On the upside, the keypad by itself, without its cheap attached keyboard, will only run you $200. Compare that to Optimus' baby, which goes for a rent-replacing sum of $650. It's plug-and-play with Windows, and the software is easy to use and pretty full-featured. It's more than just nine shortcut keys, including context-specific shortcuts and "'nested' command trees."
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