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Need Help? NEED HELP? If you experience any problems using your new OnBoard Travel Keyboard, do not return it to the dealer. First read this user’s manual, including the Compatibility & System Requirements, Features, Set Up, Installation, and Troubleshooting sections. If you still cannot resolve the problem after reading the user’s manual, please check our website www.atek.com for possible additional information and updates. If you are still unable to find a solution, please con
Health & Safety Information HEALTH & SAFETY INFORMATION Repetitive motions may cause physical injury to nerves, muscles, and tendons. If you feel any pain, discomfort, numbness, tingling, aching, cramping, stiffness, weakness, or swelling in your fingers, hands, wrists, arms, shoulders, neck, or back, you should stop using your keyboard and seek the advice of a qualified health professional. To lessen the chance of injury, you may want to try following these general guidelines for
Table of Contents TABLE OF CONTENTS Need Help? ............................................................................... 1 Health & Safety Information .................................................... 2 Introduction .............................................................................. 4 Compatibility & System Requirements .................................... 5 Features .................................................................................... 6 Setup..........
Introduction INTRODUCTION Thank you for purchasing the Atek OnBoard Travel Keyboard. This small and lightweight keyboard fits inside most shoulder bags and laptop computer carrying cases and is convenient to take with you wherever you go. It enables you to work more productively because it features desktop keyboard type keycaps and a numeric keypad that allow you to type faster and/or with fewer errors (see the Features section of this user’s manual for a detailed explanation about wh
Compatibility & System Requirements COMPATIBILITY & SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS Your OnBoard Travel Keyboard must be plugged into the USB port (USB 1.1 or 2.0) on your computer or into a USB hub or USB extension cable. The computer must be running Windows Vista®, Windows XP®, Windows 2000®, Windows Me®, or Windows 98®SE (Second Edition). OnBoard User’s Manual, Page 5
Features FEATURES The Atek OnBoard Travel Keyboard features membrane-type switch mechanisms inside the keys, full height desktop keyboard type keycaps, normal spacing between keys, and a separate numeric keypad area. Put the OnBoard Travel Keyboard below a desktop keyboard and you’ll see the alphanumeric sections are almost identical in width. Number of Keys A typical laptop computer keyboard may have only about 90 keys. By comparison, the OnBoard Travel Keyboard has 99 keys, including
Features Size and position of non-crucial keys The Esc, Function, Page (Up, Down), Arrow (Up, Down, Left, Right), Insert, Delete, Home, and End keys on the OnBoard Travel Keyboard are smaller than on a standard desktop keyboard. Some of them are in non-standard positions, but they are easy to find. In fact, if you have ever had the experience of accidentally hitting the insert key when you meant to hit the backspace key and then you started overwriting text, you may be glad not to have
Features Why the OnBoard Travel Keyboard is easier to use than a laptop keyboard Most people find that their typing productivity (speed and accuracy) is lower on a laptop keyboard than on a desktop keyboard. They have to type more slowly on a laptop keyboard in order to maintain the same accuracy, otherwise they have to spend a lot of time correcting mistakes. Although there is a difference in feel between the “membrane” switch mechanism typically used inside desktop keyboard keys and
Features Standard desktop keyboard keycaps look something like this: Standard laptop keyboard keycaps look something like this: Note three things about these keycaps: 1) Desktop keyboard keycaps are more concave on the top than most laptop keyboard keycaps. 2) A desktop keyboard keycap is taller than a laptop keyboard keycap. Desktop and laptop keyboard keycaps have nearly identical widths at the top and at the base of the keycap, but because a desktop keyboard keycap is tall
Features Most laptop keyboard keycaps are less concave on the top than desktop keyboard keycaps, therefore it is a little harder for your fingers to find and stay in the center of these flatter laptop keyboard keycaps. So let’s see what happens if you hit a key off center. When you push a key on a desktop keyboard, your fingertip remains above the widest part (the base) of the adjacent keycap when the key is pushed all the way down. So even if you hit it off center, you are unlikely to
Features So, on a laptop keyboard, when you hit a keycap off center, your finger is more likely to also hit the adjacent keycap than it would on a desktop keyboard. Furthermore, you are also more likely to actually engage that adjacent key because it does not have to travel as far as a desktop keycap travels to actually engage and send a keystroke command to your computer! So, in summary, a laptop keyboard is less efficient to use because: • It is harder for your finger to find and stay
Features Other features of the OnBoard Travel Keyboard Small Footprint The minimal size frame of the OnBoard Travel Keyboard occupies very little space on your work surface, so you should find it very convenient to place it right in front of your laptop computer. If you like this small “footprint” so much that you would like to use the OnBoard Travel Keyboard with a desktop computer, you may need to use a USB “A” male to USB “A” female” extension cable (“A” refers to the type of USB co
Cap s Ta b Esc F1 ! @ 1 2 Lock Shift Ctrl Alt Q W A S Z Setup SETUP Opening the keyboard Your OnBoard Travel Keyboard is simple to use. Slide the cover off the keyboard by holding the keyboard in your left hand and using your right hand to slide the cover off to the right. You will find the keyboard is a little tighter in the first part of the pulling action because there are catches on the side rails that help keep the cover snuggly in place. OnBoard User’s Manual, Page 13
F3 F2 F1 Esc $ @ # ! 2 3 4 1 Q W E R Ta b S D A F Cap s Lock Z X C Shift Ctrl Alt Setup Next, put the keyboard flat on your work surface and pull the connector out of its nesting area. Pull the connector, not the cord, as pulling the cord may put too much stress on the area where the cord and connector come together and may damage the cord. OnBoard User’s Manual, Page 14
/ Del _ * 9 8 7 + 6 4 5 1 2 3 PgDn End Enter PgDn 0 Ins PgUp Enter Shift Home Insert Del Home Backspace Num Lock F12 End F11 Setup Next, unwind the cord from the two posts on the right side of the keyboard and then from the post on the bottom left side. Post Post Post OnBoard User’s Manual, Page 15 Esc T R E C W Tab G F V F1 F2 F3 F4 $ % 4 5 X Caps Lock Shift S ! @ # 1 2 3 Q A D Z Alt Ctrl
PgDn Enter PgUp PgDn Ins Del End Shift 2 3 0 Enter 4 Hom PgUp Backspace Num Lock 9 5 6 1 F11 F12 Hom End Insert Del * 7 8 9 Setup You can use the OnBoard Travel Keyboard flat or in a tilt position. To tilt the keyboard, you will use the top cover as a stand. After removing the top cover from the keyboard, put the cover upside down on your work surface with what was the front edge of the cover now at the back. Next, place the front edge of the keyboard inside the upside down top cover and
F3 F2 Esc F1 @ # $ ! 2 3 4 1 R Q W E Ta b S D Cap s Lock A F Z X C Shift Ctrl Alt Setup Closing the keyboard When you are done using the keyboard, wrap the cord around the post on the bottom left corner of the keyboard first, then around the two on the right side, and then push the connector into the nesting area where you will find it fits snuggly. When you wrap the cord around each post, gently pull some of the slack out of the cord so that it does not sag too much over the side
Setup Finally, push the small length of cord on the left side of the keyboard (between the place where it exits from the keyboard and wraps around the first post) into the groove so that it does not snag on anything when carried in your travel bag. If you prefer, you can push the cord into the groove before you wind the cord around the posts. Push cord into groove After you have put the cord in this stored position, it is easiest to put the cover back on the keyboard by following th
Setup not use any force to push down, the cover should be in the correct vertical position and easily mate with the keyboard. As mentioned previously, there are catches on the left side of the keyboard that keep the cover snuggly mated to the keyboard after you slide it all the way closed, so you will have to use a little extra force to complete the final part of the sliding action. Cover Home End Insert Del Num - Lock * 7 8 9 Home PgUp + 4 5 9 1 2 3 End PgDn Enter 0 Ins Del OnBoar
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