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  • n. Plural form of keypad.

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Examples

  • "Growth in these segments will offset the lower growth of more mature segments, such as keypads and analog based surveillance."

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  • A strong foundation of legacy systems such as keypads, swipe cards, and so on will make the case more difficult for biometric solutions.

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  • Fraudsters target ATMs with fake keypads to swipe pin numbers and skimmers that record card data.

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  • Mr. Tavarez says some use their keys to break into each other's machines and swipe the keypads and monitors.

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  • Mmmm …. nice lettering and attention to detail on the keypads.

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  • PINs can be collected using tiny cameras or by membranes installed over keypads to collect keystrokes.

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  • Dan Feather, a graphic designer and computer consultant in Nashville, Tenn., says he's "never adapted well to the keypads on little devices."

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  • But overall the keyboard works well and, I have to admit, is more usable than the keypads on most of the Windows Mobile PDAs I have had.

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  • "All the wiring went to the custom keypads, rather than being wired individually to the brain of the system, and all of it was outdated," says Mr. Magni, who had to gently break this news to his client.

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