Juniper Mesa Rugged Attachable Keyboard

The Mesa 2 Rugged Attachable Keyboard features 54 buttons, offering a full QWERTY keyboard with navigation arrows, a numeric keypad, and 98 possible inputs.

Features

  • Backlit and powered by the Mesa 2 all-day battery
  • Easily attaches and removes without tools.
  • IP68 rating - dustproof and waterproof
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Juniper Mesa Rugged Attachable Keyboard27800 Mesa 2/Mesa 3 rugged attachable keyboard
$599.00
Usually ships in 3-5 days
Juniper Mesa Rugged Attachable Keyboard
27800
Mesa 2/Mesa 3 rugged attachable keyboard
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$599.00

The Mesa 2 Rugged Tablet Attachable Keyboard boasts a sleek, lightweight design for comfortable all-day use. Users can be completely set up in minutes because of its simple snap-on design and compatibility with a RAM articulating arm, shoulder harness, and other device-carrying accessories.

The Mesa 2 Rugged Tablet Attachable Keyboard features a full backlit QWERTY keyboard and enlarged numeric buttons for optimized data entry. Like all Juniper Systems products, the keyboard features an IP68 rating – making it entirely dustproof, shockproof, and waterproof.

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