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  • The 1000he also includes a new "chiclet" - style keyboard with a repositioned shift key; the keyboard remains at 92 percent of full size, respectable for a netbook.


  • It appears under a square box--called a chiclet by some like me--that lists the number of votes the link got.

    Internet News: Digg Technology News

  • To make this easier, all new reviews will have the "Save This Link" next to the Delicious "chiclet" at the bottom of the post.

    A New Save Page Feature

  • The keyboard is backlit and features a 'chiclet' design, and feels relatively sturdy for long gaming sessions but may not hold up for years of constant use.


  • In our test drive with the 1201N, we found its raised "chiclet" keyboard to be slightly smaller at the edges than standard, but very comfortable under prolonged use.

  • It also extracts resin from the bark of the trees to make 'chiclet'. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • And it's actually a full-sized netbook equipped with a full-sized "chiclet" keyboard running a full-blown version of Google's Chrome OS.

    Google Cr-48 Chrome Laptop: Review - TheStreet

  • Ergonomically, it also gets a new 'chiclet' keyboard, an updated trackpad and a more smudge - ...

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • Out with the old: Lenovo's redesigned X100e keyboard, without SysRq, and with new "chiclet" style buttons.

    PC Authority

  • Reminiscent of the streets of Paris with the evening fast approaching, the ASUS U and UX Series 'newly-adopted illuminated' chiclet 'keyboard lights up brilliantly, not only providing users with the ability to type in the dark, but its subtle yet assuring glow also reminds the user of the star studded skies above.



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  • Chiclets are a brand of candy coated chewing gum made by Cadbury Adams. The product's name is derived from the Spanish word chicle (chewing gum) derived from (Nahuatl tziktli), the substance from which chewing gum was traditionally made. The original flavor was peppermint but many flavors have been added and discontinued over the decades since the introduction in 1906. Assorted fruit flavor is still available in Mexico, U.S. and Canada.


    One piece of Chiclets gum is a chiclet. Chiclet has become a generic term for any candy coated, pillow shaped gum.

    February 3, 2008

  • Also describes the keyboard on the original IBM PC Jr.

    November 22, 2007

  • I learned this new technoword today, for a little tiny icon.

    November 22, 2007