audible feedback

audible feedback

[‚ȯd·ə·bəl ′fēd‚bak]
(computer science)
A feature of a computer keyboard that generates sound each time a key is depressed sufficiently to generate a character on the screen.
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Moreover, it allows guests to adjust the environment with a touch of a button, allowing tactile and audible feedback, automatic programming, control and comfort.
Unmatched Mechanical Precision: Gold-plated mechanical switches provide more accurate tactile and audible feedback than standard keyboards and create a distinct, satisfying click with each and every keystroke.
The closure provides tactile and audible feedback for reassurance of complete fastening.
Complete with a multi-purpose fold out handle, audible feedback, longer battery life, and clock/calendar, Pebble HD is the ultimate low vision solution.
The company's Professional Quiet version keyboard reduces audible feedback to a minimum while providing one of the best tactile experiences.
Surgeon-controlled Power Surgeon can pause or reverse stapling at any time; the only endocutter with a manual override system; provides tactile and audible feedback during mechanical closure; user-friendly ergonomic design, so surgeon is always in control.
The PTR's sealed keypad can be easily operated wearing heavy gloves, and provides both tactile and audible feedback.
The unit's sealed keypad can be operated wearing heavy gloves and provides both tactile and audible feedback.
The industry's loudest beeper provides audible feedback in noisy operating environments.
USB and RS232 connections allow laptop and PDA interfaces for customization and diagnostics, with a buzzer alarm output providing audible feedback.
Their audible feedback rewards an edge hit as well as a center struck.
The Jelly Bean Booster Switch has an angled base for easy access and provides audible feedback with each press.