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A computer '''keyboard''' is a computer input device that uses the same key arrangement as a mechanical or electronic typewriter keyboard. The standard arrangement of alphabetic keys is known as the Qwerty keyboard, its name deriving from the arrangement of the five keys at the upper left of the three rows of alphabetic keys. In addition, a computer keyboard generally has a number of additional keys including function keys and sometimes a number keypad.
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A '''keyboard''' is a computer input device that uses the same key arrangement as a mechanical or electronic typewriter keyboard. The standard arrangement of alphabetic keys is known as the Qwerty keyboard, its name deriving from the arrangement of the five keys at the upper left of the three rows of alphabetic keys. In addition, a keyboard generally has a number of additional keys including [[function key]]s and sometimes a number keypad.
   
 
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Revision as of 02:00, 28 December 2008

A keyboard is a computer input device that uses the same key arrangement as a mechanical or electronic typewriter keyboard. The standard arrangement of alphabetic keys is known as the Qwerty keyboard, its name deriving from the arrangement of the five keys at the upper left of the three rows of alphabetic keys. In addition, a keyboard generally has a number of additional keys including function keys and sometimes a number keypad.