USB Keyboard Smart Card Reader

Category: Keyboard
Manufacturer: Dell Computer Corp
Caution Level: safe
Download File Size: 145.51 K
Operating System: Windows XP/2000
Latest Version / Release Date: 2.0.0.6 / 28 Jan 2002

Windows device driver information for USB Keyboard Smart Card Reader

The USB Keyboard Smart Card Reader is a keyboard driver from Dell Corporations. It requires operating systems in order to work such as Windows XP and Windows 2000. The device is designed to read and write all types of ISO7816 including 1, 2, 3 and 4. In addition, it has the capability to support cards of 1.8 Volts, 5 Volts as well as 3 Volts and also provides for a secure pin entry for the smart card. The device’s connectivity is wired with an expansion slot of 1 x smart card while the cable of the device is 1 by USB. In addition, the power source is thus from the USB. The USB Keyboard Smart Card Reader driver is compliant with a number of applications among them PC/SC, Microsoft WHQL, Level 1 of EMV and is also certified with Vista.

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The USB Keyboard Smart Card Reader driver has high environmental as well as safety standards and this includes CE as well as Class B of FCC. With this device, it allows the user to use less space on the desktop since it does not consist of an external reader and also being small in size it means that it does not take up a lot of space. The device’s key border is very minimal and also the feel of the key presses is very good and the quality of the smart reader is high as well. The keyboard is designed in such a way that typing is made easy due to the fact that the keys are both low profile as well as low noise and as such the typing is done in a quiet manner. The smart card reader can optionally support memory cards. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and USB Keyboard Smart Card Reader errors before installing any driver updates.