What is an infrared keyboard?

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An infrared keyboard is a keyboard that transmits data to the computer via an infrared receiver. In practice, these have been exceedingly rare, since the advantage of being cordless is lost if you must retain line of sight. The most [in]famous example of an infrared keyboard would probably be that of the IBM PC Jr.
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