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physical address (No PO Box).
Please fill as many details as possible. Email address
and Phone number is essential.
Card Holders Details and Credit Card Billing Address:
Card Holder name and address does not match delivery
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Note: All requested Credit Card Details are required.
note: We manually process your credit card after
all order details have been checked by our sales personnel.
This ensures that your credit card will not be charged
FedEx : $29. Takes approximately 2 - 5 working
days to US, Canada, and UK. We are shipping from New
Zealand via FedEx as they are fast and your package
can be tracked right to your door.
Note. Postage fees may vary from those shown depending
on volume of order. If the postage costs are higher
on your particular order, we will notify you before
charging your credit card.
prevent delay, please provide your physical address
for shipping. FedEx will not ship to a P.O Box.
QIDO Kit Includes: 1 x QIDO Qwerty to Dvorak USB
Adapter. Instruction sheet. Warranty card.
USB KEYBOARD REQUIRED
Mac or IBM PC compatible. USB (small rectangular plug)
QIDO - Qwerty to Dvorak USB Adapter works on ALL USB
enabled PC and Mac operating systems including but
not limited to Windows 98SE,ME,NT, 2000, XP,Vista,
Windows 7, MacOSx, Tiger, Leopard, Linux and Ubuntu.
Support for Dos and non USB enabled operating systems
is possible but depends on the features of your Bios
uses the generic HID keyboard device drivers and USB
composite device drivers built into all operating
systems that support USB keyboards.
also converts any USB keyboard containing an internal
hub into a generic HID composite device. This means
that any PC or Mac keyboard that has a USB mouse attached
to the keyboard will continue to work after the QIDO
is attached, however, additional USB connectors on
keyboards will be disabled for any device other than
a single mouse.
In order to use QIDO in DOS and non-USB operating
systems, you need to enable support for a USB keyboard
through a "USB/Legacy" option available in some PC
BIOSes. You can usually access your PC's BIOS set-up
program by pressing DEL or some other specified key
during the first few seconds of system startup. Once
in the BIOS setup program, find the settings that
relate to USB, and see if there's a "legacy" option
available to you. If so, simply toggling that option
should allow you to use a USB keyboard and QIDO device