Microsoft's Ghost Buster keyboard

Anti-ghosting technology allows each key to be scanned independently, regardless of how many keys are pressed at the same time. With the SideWinder X4 keyboard, gamers can press up to 26 keys at once.

Another feature of the SideWinder X4 keyboard is the ability to record Macros. This allows users to string together multiple moves into one press of a button. The macro repetition feature lets them repeat the macro over and over as needed with one key.

The SideWinder X4 Keyboard will be available in March 2010 for the estimated retail price of $59.95 (U.S) and will be available for pre-sale on Amazon.com later this week.

The newest innovation from the Applied Sciences Group: the SideWinder X4 Keyboard, gives gamers control of up to 26 keys at once with its Anti-Ghosting Technology

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