I dont think its possible, most computers only have 1 slot for keyboards.
Logitechs sell those type of keyboards.
PC keyboards are nowadays connected by USB. Older PCs may have used PS/2 or even AT connectors. Industrial or computers with proprietary architecture may use special connectors for keyboards.
Yes, you can.
Yes, at least if they use the same type of connection (e.g. a USB port).
USB and PS/2
One can purchase wireless keyboards for their personal computer via the websites for Amazon, Viking Direct, Tesco, PC World, Currys, Dixons and Apple.
Answer: purchase high speed internet connection brodband. use two lan card on this PC. and one lan card connect directly internet connection wire. and another lan card wire connect in swith and share internet connection and then use.
get a router. linksys is the best one out there. configure it and yo should be able to connect the other PC to it
Keyboards are computer input devices containing keys for inputting letters, numbers and characters. Keyboards manufactured by Microsoft are available from computer stores such as PC World or Currys.
if you have a PC with Windows Vista or later, you just go to the control panel, region and languages, keyboards and languages, change keyboards, and then just add the Hebrew keyboard as an option. then can use the language toolbar to switch back and forth.
you can connect to your PC by various PC suites i will teach you how to connect to PC via Nokia PC suite 1)connect your cell via usb or a Bluetooth device 2)select PC suite or default mode 3)then select the icon with green globe (connect to internet ) 4)then select automatically configure or configure it 5)then click connect (wait for the dialog box to minimize automatically 6)then open your browser and happy surfing!!