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Razer readies iPod dockable keyboard

iTunes-friendly media keys included too

Remote control for virtualized desktops

Mouse maker Razer has apparently announced a keyboard with an integrated universal iPod dock - the first product of its kind, ever, the company claims. The Pro|Type Multimedia Keyboard also provides a set of media keys for controlling iTunes, along with ten macro command hot keys and a picture zoom in and out control. The keyboard has two USB ports on board for connecting mice and other peripherals. It's also got line-out audio ports. There's no word yet on availability or pricing. ®

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