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Keyboard with Credit Card Swiper

Department Store Style Keyboard for your Home
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Want to buy that full-size spare on tires.com? swipe your card

Want to have that snowglobe of Des Moines next-day aired from monkey.com? swipe your card

Pretty self-explanatory.. this must exist, but I haven't seen one yet.

raisin, Jan 06 2001

Baked http://www.innovoni...cpay/pcpayhome.html
[egnor, Jan 06 2001, last modified Oct 04 2004]

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       Baked too, for American Express's 'smart' card. <Smarter if you don't use it.>   

       It has a chip on it that contains passwords and addresses and stuff, and comes with a little widget you plug into the computer. When you want to buy something, you put your card in and it's supposed to fill out the order form itself.   

       Me, they ripped me off once already, I'm not about to trust them with anything else.
StarChaser, Jan 09 2001
  

       I see these all the time, though mostly behind shop counters. Some have been around long enough to look grungy and used, whatever that means.
centauri, Jan 15 2001
  

       Hmm... sounds sorta like mysmart.com [it's a smartchip reader rather than a magstripe reader, and it's built into the mousepad rather than the keyboard].
supercat, Jan 16 2001
  

       Closest thing I've seen is the "Gator" download - stores all personal details for you, including credit cards, and fills in relevant boxes with a mouse-click.
PotatoPete, Apr 16 2001
  

       Baked also by Compaq, which has a swipe card at the top of one of its keyboards that takes smart cards. I'll see if I can find it.
nhyatt, Jan 09 2002
  

       Definetly baked, fishbone for this one. I make them so i know they have been around for around 2 yrs.
Turkish, Jan 09 2002
  

       Here's what you're looking for: http://www.secugen.com/download/doc/keyboardsc.pdf
Jamey2, Dec 28 2002
  

       raisin, what would be any different between the ones they use in the store and your idea? this is so baked i think it should be MFD.
ironfroggy, Dec 29 2002
  
      
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