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SpecOps WC2 wearable computer gets upgraded with iKey keypad

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We've already seen a few of iKey's own wearable, nearly indestructible keyboards, but it looks like the company isn't above sharing its creations with others, and it's now announced that its working with SpecOps Systems on a new keypad-equipped version of the company's WC2 wearable computer. While there's no details on any updates to the computer side of the system, the keypad used is iKey's KYB-170-OEM model which, as you can see, is simply a number pad (with an added Force Sensing Resistor pointing device) -- meaning that any text entry will have to be done cellphone-style. No word on pricing or availability just yet, but several models are apparently now undergoing testing "in theater and stateside."

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