Young learners' keyboard upgrade

 Califone International, Inc. has upgraded its Kids Keyboard, which which uses a color-coded layout to help beginning readers identify and locate the function, number, consonant, and vowel keys.
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Califone International, Inc. has upgraded its Kids Keyboard, which which uses a color-coded layout to help beginning readers identify and locate the function, number, consonant, and vowel keys. The design also introduces students to the standard QWERTY format and Microsoft Office Hot Keys, the icon-coded keys for Playback, Volume Control, Favorites, Track Selections, Standby, E-mail, Search, and more.

For more information, visit www.califone.com.

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