Maxell Unveils 100 New SKUs at CES
Maxell is also teaming with Smartfish for the Ergomotion Powered Automotion keyboard ($149). It works with either Macs or PCs and subtly adjusts the keyboard radius, changing position so the typist won’t develop repetitive motion disorders of the hand and wrist.
A host of netbook accessories being release includes cases, sleeves, a travel mouse and a USB hub/card reader ($29.99).
Maxell has also entered the external hard drive arena, pairing with Rebit to release a series of devices that range widely in pricing and storage capacity, all the way up to a two-terabyte, $289 hard drive that automatically backs up a computer’s data and its operating system.