Judwaa 567
Judwaa 567
Judwaa 567
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Judwaa 567

Rs. 539.00 Rs. 599.00
Judwaa 567 is a combo of a stylish USB Keyboard and mouse. The USB keyboard has 104 keys that are high quality UV coated keys and come with 8 additional multimedia keys. The USB mouse has an ergonomic design; with 1000 DPI, it is a high precision mouse with an easy plug and play installation.


      USB Keyboard
      High key design
      UV coated keys
      Compact and ergonomic design
      High quality buttons
      High precision
      Plug and play


      Interface USB
      Total no. of keys 112nos.
      Multimedia keys  8nos.
      Key strokes life 80 million times
      Cable length 1.2m
      Power consumption  DC 5V, < 200mA
      OS Support Windows, XP, Windows7 & 8 / 10
      Product dimension (W x D x H) 445 x 146 x 23 mm
      Net. weight 427g
      Interface USB
      Material ABS
      Resolution 1000dpi
      Tracking Optical
      Button strokes life 2,500,000 times
      Voltage 5V, 100mA max
      OS compatibility Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10
      Cable length 1.2m
      Product dimension (W x H x D) 66 x 108 x 37 mm
      Net. weight 65g
      Instructions for installing the keyboard layout with Rupee font
      1. Download the Rupee keyboard application from the link
       https://zebronics.com/driverszebronics7991/keyboard/Judwaa_567/Rupee_Keyboard.zip  & extract the files.
      2. From the extracted folder, double click Rupee Installer.exe file and follow the instructions. 4 new fonts will be installed to your computer,  which
        supports new rupee symbol in Unicode recommended code position.
      3. Double click Keyboard Install.exe file - a new keyboard layout will be installed in your computer.
      4. To enable the keyboard layout selector, right click on the task bar and select language bar from the toolbar menu.
      5. Now you can left click on the small keyboard icon and enable the Rupee Foradian Keyboard Layout.
      6. Now you can use the grave accent key (left top key above the tab key) on the keyboard to type the rupee symbol by selecting the Rupee Foradian
        Standard for various applications like word processors.