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TVS launches Keyboard with Indian Rupee Symbol

TVS launches Keyboard with Indian Rupee Symbol

Bangalore: TVS Electronics has launched a new keyboard, the TVS Gold Bharat Keyboard, with the new Indian Rupee symbol on it. TVS-E has now become the first and only Indian company to incorporate the new Indian Rupee symbol on its keyboard, which is priced at Rs. 1,495.

The keyboard has the dimensions of 490(L) x180(W) x20(H) mm and supports USB and PS2 for connectivity. The long life mechanical switch supports up to 50 million keystrokes and is compatible with Windows and Linux. TVS claims that the keyboard is highly reliable as it has a 200,000 hours mean time between failures. The TVS Gold Bilingual keyboards support Indian languages like Hindi, Marathi, Bengali, Kannada, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, Gujarati, and Assamese etc.

S.S.Raman, Managing Director, TVS Electronics said on the launch of the keyboard, "We are proud to depict the Indian Rupee symbol in our keyboard and we are the first and only Indian manufacturer to do so. As the core Indian company, we believe in "Taking IT to the heart of India" and this is our humble dedication to the nation this independence day. We are also facilitating faster and comprehensive rollout across all the products."

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