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Does anyone make a full-size wired keyboard that has an integrated trackpad, preferably Synaptics?

I see a lot of them out there that are designed as if the keyboard and trackpad were ripped off of a laptop. (So as to emulate the carpal-tunnel experience of typing on a laptop without the convenience of having a laptop? Getting someone to whack your hands with a mallet would be cheaper.) And there are a few that a full-size, but wireless, like the Logitech DiNovo. But I don't see anything that looks like a real keyboard plus a trackpad that is also wired.

Oh, and it needs to work under MacOS.

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IBM markets their Ultranav as "full-size"…. Not sure if that flies with you, or if the price is remotely reasonable. – hyperslug Oct 19 '09 at 23:01
Synaptics touchpad, too, if that helps. – hyperslug Oct 19 '09 at 23:03
I'm willing to consider anything, but I'd prefer one where the touchpad is to the side, rather than under my wrists. – wfaulk Oct 20 '09 at 5:19
Related, not dupe:… – Troggy Oct 20 '09 at 14:53

Boring Keyboard with Interesting In-Built Trackpad.
SolidTek KB-540BU Black USB 88 keys Mini Keyboard with Touchpad built in as mouse

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Yeah, I'd just come across that "boring" one myself. The press release claims Mac compatibility, but nothing else does. If nothing else presents itself, I'll give that one a shot. – wfaulk Oct 20 '09 at 6:09
Quite a lot of such keyboards can be found here :…. – harrymc Oct 20 '09 at 7:33
Most of those are wireless; most of the remainder are the spazoid pseudo-laptop keyboards; the few beyond that don't claim Mac compatibility. – wfaulk Oct 20 '09 at 14:29

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