As you probably know, not all laptops come with numeric keypads. They take up a lot of space so there really isn’t room for them on a small laptop where the keys can come close to being too small. Travelers like small laptops for use on planes and you can’t blame them. It can be a real pain not to have a numeric keypad though, particularly if you’re entering lots of numbers into a spreadsheet or other work documents. That’s where the flexible rubber silicone numeric keypad comes in.
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