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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The holster gives you audible feedback, so you know everything is locked in place and the Blade-Tech Tek-Lok design lets you take this holster (and matching mag pouches) on and off your belt without a single tool.
The zipper offers both tactile and audible feedback to help the consumer ensure the package is firmly sealed.
The two left and right click buttons work well and have a short click and offer an audible feedback.
Thanks to haptic impulses and audible feedback, drivers can use the touchpad with controller in the centre console without taking their eyes off the road.
Visual and audible feedback for hits and misses is also provided.
Moreover, it allows guests to adjust the environment with a touch of a button, allowing tactile and audible feedback, automatic programming, control and comfort.
The closure provides tactile and audible feedback for reassurance of complete fastening.
When properly mated, the locking mechanism provides both tactile and audible feedback. Additionally, the connector face is polarized to prevent incorrect insertion.
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.
One touch creates audible feedback to identify the user interface (Ul) component below.