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With a kvm you could connect two keyboards and two monitors if you required one english and the other spanish.
Would love to try a spanish keyboard......but.......do they do wireless??
Of course they do. Nearly all this stuff is made in the Far East for a global market. Just ask in your local computer shop.
AND could I run the two together???
If you mean at the same time, then I doubt it. However, you could easily unplug one and plug in the other (coupled with changing the keyboard language in the OS).
The question I'm asking myself is why would you want to run both? It's easy to type English on Spanish keyboard - I'm doing that now - whereas, the reverse is not true. Just about the only commonly used symbol you won't find on a Spanish keyboard is the £ sign - you'll need the Alt + code for that (Alt+0163). Other than that it's pretty much the same.
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Posted: Sun Feb 22, 2009 7:11 pm Post subject:
Since my posting on this I now have a spanish keyboard. I'm now used to the slightly different layout and because I type a lot more in spanish find it very easy.
If I need the £ symbol I use the ALT code.
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