A panel of keys that operate a computer or typewriter
A set of keys on a piano or similar musical instrument
An electronic musical instrument with keys arranged as on a piano
she plays keyboard and guitar
device consisting of a set of keys on a piano or organ or typewriter or typesetting machine or computer or the like
holder consisting of an arrangement of hooks on which keys or locks can be hung
The Apple Keyboard is a keyboard designed by Apple first for the Apple line, then the Macintosh line of computers. It is available in both wired and Bluetooth models.
In computing, a keyboard is , which uses an arrangement of buttons or keys, to act as mechanical levers or electronic switches. After punch cards and paper tape, interaction via teletype-style keyboards became the main input device for computers.
A keyboard instrument is any musical instrument played using a musical keyboard. The most common of these is the piano. Other widely used keyboard instruments include multiple types of organs as well as other mechanical, electromechanical and electronic instruments. ...
(Keyboarder) A keyboardist is a musician who plays keyboard instruments. Until the early 1960s musicians who played keyboards were generally classified as either pianists or organists. ...
(Keyboarding) Typing is the process of inputting text into a device, such as a typewriter, cell phone, computer, or a calculator, by pressing keys on a keyboard. ...
A set of keys used to operate a typewriter, computer etc; A component of many instruments including the piano, organ, and harpsichord consisting of usually black and white keys that cause different tones to be produced when struck; A device with keys of a musical keyboard, used to control ...
(keyboarding) The act of typing at a keyboard (with or without a mouse or other pointing device)
(Keyboarder) A gamer that doesn't use the mouse
(KEYBOARDING) The process of typing in raw text matter (headlines, subheads and body copy) for a publication in preparation for turning it over to a graphic designer. A word processing program should be used for keyboarding. ...
(keyboarding) the ability to enter text by using the correct fingers without looking at the keys
Keyboarding is typing of manuscripts or corrections to manuscripts into the computer. In the past, all manuscripts arrived from the authors’ typewriters and had to be keyboarded. ...
(Keyboards) 1) The black and white thing on the front of a piano or organ, 2) Inconveniently large and awkward instruments (a subset of the percussion and pit instruments) whose tuned elements are arranged chromatically like a piano's keyboard, as marimba, xylophone, bells and chimes.
(Keyboards) A set of depressible levers, called keys, that when pressed activate the sound mechanism to which it is attached. It is typically laid our horizontally but can be vertical.
(Keyboards) will 'transpose' meaning they will allow you to play up or down the scale but still play the same notes on the keyboard. So if you play a 'C' - & a 'D' comes out you've transposed it up a tone.
Either "physical" or "on-screen," depending on the phone.
An input device similar to a typewriter, for the entry of text, numbers and punctuation.
A keyboard on a computer is almost identical to a keyboard on a typewriter. Computer keyboards will typically have extra keys, however. Some of these keys (common examples include Control, Alt, and Meta) are meant to be used in conjunction with other keys just like shift on a regular typewriter. ...
Computer system peripheral that users operate by tapping buttons to display characters on a monitor or other output.
Typically a small dimensional board about 1”x1” that is attached to a window or door buck and placed in a groove about the same size as the keyboard that acts as a spline allowing movement of the logs up and down the keyboard while maintaining a stable and virtually weather tight connection ...