1 Virtual Keyboard You ve never typed like this before
2 Table of contents Warnings and Cautions... 2 Bluetooth Compatibility Location of Controls Screen Icons Charging your Virtual Keyboard Connecting to Apple ios Devices Connecting to Android Devices Connecting via Bluetooth Connecting via USB Adjusting Volume Settings Adjusting Keyboard Brightness Adjusting the Sensitivity Keyboard Typing Modes Power Saving Mode Menu System Virtual Mouse Mode Mouse Clicking Specifications
3 CAUTION to REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER. THERE ARE NO SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. to REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. The lightning flash with arrow-head symbol within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the unit s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock. The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the unit. IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS All of the safety and operating instructions should be read, adhered to and followed before the unit is operated. Save these instructions 2
4 DANGER To reduce the risk of electric shock, burns, fire or injury: 1. Do not use while bathing or in a shower. 2. Do not place or store unit where it can fall or be pulled into a tub or sink. 3. Do not place in, drop or submerge in water or other liquid. 4. Do not reach for unit that has fallen into water. Unplug it immediately. 5. care should be taken so that objects do not fall and liquids are not spilled onto the unit. WARNING 1. close supervision is necessary when this appliance/product is used by or near children or mentally disabled individuals. 2. Use this unit only for its intended use as described in this manual. 3. unplug this unit during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time. 4. Never drop or insert an object into any opening. 5. the unit should be situated away from direct sunlight or heat sources such as radiators, electric heaters, heat registers, stoves, or other units (including amplifiers) that produce heat. Avoid placing on top of stereo equipment that radiates heat. 6. Do not overload electrical outlet. Use only the power source as indicated. 7. Do not carry this unit by cord or use cord as handle. 3
5 8. never operate this unit if it has a damaged cord or plug, if it is not working properly, or if it has been dropped or damaged, or dropped into water. If the unit s power supply cord or plug is damaged, do not attempt to fix it yourself. 9. to avoid the risk of electric shock, do not disassemble or attempt to repair the unit. Incorrect repair can cause risk of electric shock or injury to persons when unit is used. 10. Do not operate in the presence of explosive and/or flammable fumes. 11. Never remove the plug from the socket by pulling the power cord. Safety Precautions 1. avoid exposing this product to direct sunlight for extended periods of time, and keep it away from heat sources. 2. there is a risk of malfunction if product is used in places where sudden or extreme temperature changes occur. 3. applying excessive force or impact to this product may result in product damage, and will void warranty. 4. never attempt to disassemble or service this product yourself. Doing so can result in electrical shock and will void the warranty. 5. this Class 2 laser product is certified by FDA safety regulation. For your safety, please do not stare directly into the laser source. Doing so could damage your eyes. 4
6 6. avoid placing any object within the space between the main unit and the laser projection keyboard layout. 7. please do not use this product on uneven or irregular surfaces. Place the product on a flat surface. Avoid tables or surfaces that are transparent or reflective such as glass or mirrors. Cautions 1. For safety reasons, be sure to use only the micro USB included for this product. 2. Make sure to fully charge the battery before using the product for the first time. 3. Battery charging times may vary slightly depending on the ambient temperature. 4. using or storing the battery in high temperature, humidity and pressure environments may cause the battery to explode. 5. Since the battery is a consumable item, its storage capacity decreases gradually as time passes. 5 FCC Warning This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: 1. This device may not cause harmful interference to another device. 2. this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. This equipment generates and uses radio frequency energy. If this equipment is changed or modified in any way except for modifications approved in this manual, it may cause harmful interference. Any unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment could void the user s authority to operate this device.
7 FCC STATEMENT This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/tv technician for help. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. 6
8 RF Exposure Information The antenna used for this transmitter must be installed to provide a separation distance of at least 20 cm from all persons and must not be co-located or operated in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter. Caution 1. battery may explode if replaced with an incompatible battery. Dispose the used batteries according to the instructions. 2. antenna shall be mounted in such a manner to minimize the potential for human contact during normal operation. The antenna should not be touched during operation to avoid the possibility of exceeding the FCC radio frequency exposure limit. Environmentally Friendly Disposal and Recycling This product does not contain any substances known to be hazardous to human health. To protect the environment, dispose of this product separately from household waste once it has reached its end of life, or take it to your nearest electronics recycling service center. 7
9 Conditions to Avoid 1. Avoid direct sunlight. 2. avoid low color temperature light source, such as tungsten, halogen, or incandescent lamp. 3. Avoid uneven or irregular surfaces. Place the product on flat surfaces. 4. Avoid transparent or reflective surfaces such as glass and mirror. 5. avoid placing any objects within the space between the main unit and the laser projected keyboard layout. Note: Because this product uses infrared rays, strong infrared radiation from direct or reflected sunlight or from tungsten (halogen or incandescent) lighting may cause operating error. 8
10 BLUETOOTH COMPATIBILITY Connection via Bluetooth does not require installation of a separate driver. BLUETOOTH compatible devices ios (iphone 3GS or later, all versions of ipad & ipad mini) Android * 2.0 and later with human interface driver Windows XP or higher Windows Phone 7 or higher Mac OS** *Some restrictions apply to Android TM devices. Android devices must have an HID driver to work with the Virtual Keyboard. **Using keyboard only CONNECTING VIA USB This device is compatible with all USB capable operating systems. USB 2.0 or 1.1 connections allow plug-n-play, without installing a separate driver. Connect Virtual Keyboard and host device using the supplied USB cable. Host device must support USB. Note: Most Windows devices support USB. If the Virtual Keyboard does not function with successful pairing, make sure the device is in keyboard mode. If device is in mouse mode, press and hold the Alt + Windows key for 2-3 seconds to change back to keyboard mode. 10
11 Location of controls 1. Power Button 2. Keyboard Laser Projector 3. Sensor 4. display Screen Showing: Battery Status, Bluetooth, USB, Keyboard or Mouse Mode, Typing Mode, Volume & Sensitivity Settings 5. IR Light Window 6. Micro USB Port SCREEN ICONS Keyboard or Mouse Mode Keyboard Typing Mode Bluetooth Status Level Brightness Level CAPS Lock Key Click Volume Level Sensitivity Level Battery Charge Level 7 11
12 KEY Parts and Functions Keyboard Laser Projector: Uses a red laser to project the image of a keyboard onto a flat surface. Sensor: Picks up the infrared light reflected off the typist s fingers and triangulates the location of the reflected light to determine which key was pressed. IR Light Window: Uses an infrared laser to emit an invisible plane of light a few millimeters above the projection surface so that the infrared light can be reflected off of the typist s fingers to the sensor. Charging YOUR Virtual Keyboard The Virtual Keyboard has a built-in rechargeable lithium-ion polymer battery. The battery operating time is approximately 120 minutes on medium brightness. Use the supplied USB cable to charge the Virtual Keyboard s battery. Simply connect the Virtual Keyboard to a USB outlet to charge. The battery icon will scroll indicating remaining charging bars still required for full charge. When charging is complete all battery status bars will be filled in on the screen. When the Virtual Keyboard is off and charging is completed, Charged will be displayed on the screen. Note: When the battery is close to running out of charge the keyboard will start to flicker indicating the unit will be shutting down shortly due to low battery power. Note: The charging time increases if the product is in use while charging. 12
13 Connecting to APPLE ios DEVICES iphone and ipad connect to the Virtual Keyboard via Bluetooth technology. A driver is not required. 1. power on Virtual Keyboard by pressing and holding the power button for 2 seconds. The blinking Bluetooth icon on the display indicates that the device is ready to pair. 2. On your iphone/ipad, locate and select "Bluetooth" under settings. 3. locate and select Brookstone - VK under Devices and follow the on-screen instructions to pair. 4. successful pairing is indicated by a Connected message from your host device, and a solid Bluetooth icon being displayed on the Virtual Keyboard s screen. Note: Bluetooth pairing mode will last for 120 seconds when the Virtual Keyboard is running only on battery power. If no Bluetooth connection is established within this time period, then Bluetooth pairing will turn off and need to be restarted. To restart Bluetooth pairing mode, power Virtual Keyboard off and on again, or go to Menu (FN and M) and turn Bluetooth pairing on under Settings. Note: iphone/ipad OS (ios4) does not support mouse function. When the keyboard does not function with successful pairing, please make sure the device is in keyboard mode. If the device is in Mouse mode, press and hold the Alt + Windows key for 2-3 seconds to change back to keyboard mode. 13
14 CONNECTING TO ANDROID DEVICES Most Android 2.0 and later devices support Bluetooth and do not require installation of a separate driver. 1. turn on Virtual Keyboard by pressing and holding the power button. A blinking Bluetooth icon indicates that the device is ready to pair. 2. on your device, locate and select "Bluetooth." 3. locate and select Brookstone - VK under devices and follow the on-screen instructions. 4. successful pairing is indicated by a Connected message from your host device, and a solid Bluetooth icon being displayed on the Virtual Keyboard s screen. Note: If your Android OS supports mouse function, you can switch from keyboard to mouse mode by pressing the Win/Mac key and the Alt key at the same time. To change back to keyboard mode press this key combination again. The Virtual Keyboard screen will show the current mode: ``KBD`` for Keyboard mode or ``MSE`` for Mouse mode. Note: Bluetooth pairing mode will last for 120 seconds when the Virtual Keyboard is running only on battery power. If no connection is established within this time period then Bluetooth pairing will turn off and need to be restarted. To restart Bluetooth pairing mode, power Virtual Keyboard off and on again, or go to Menu (FN and M) and turn Bluetooth pairing on under Settings. 14
15 CONNECTING TO A PC VIA BLUETOOTH Windows 7 and higher support Bluetooth HID and installation of a separate driver is not required. CONNECTING VIA BLUETOOTH HID 1. turn on the Virtual Keyboard by holding the power button for 2 seconds. The blinking Bluetooth icon on the display indicates that the device is ready to pair. 2. please check your PC and make sure Bluetooth is on. 3. With Bluetooth on, click the Bluetooth icon on the task bar. Windows will search and locate Brookstone - VK highlight Brookstone - VK by clicking on found device and press next. 4.. successful pairing is indicated by a Connected message from your host device, and a solid Bluetooth icon being displayed on the Virtual Keyboard s screen. 5. To turn off the Virtual Keyboard, press the power button. 6. the Virtual Keyboard will connect to host PC automatically when turned back on. Note: Bluetooth pairing mode will last for 120 seconds when the Virtual Keyboard is running only on battery power. If no connection is established within this time period then Bluetooth pairing will turn off and need to be restarted. Powering the Virtual Keyboard on and off or going into the Menu (FN and M) and under Settings turning Bluetooth back on will restart the Bluetooth pairing mode. 15
16 Connecting via USB This device is compatible with all USB HID capable operating systems. USB HID connection allows plug-n-play without installing a separate driver. 1. Connect Virtual Keyboard and host device using the supplied USB cable. Host device must support USB HID. Note: Most Windows devices support USB HID. 2. Turn on Virtual Keyboard. 3. The display screen of Virtual Keyboard will have the U displayed. If no U is displayed, please check the connection. Note: Bluetooth has priority over USB. If Bluetooth is connected and a U is displayed and flashing then use the menu system to turn Bluetooth off allowing USB HID to take over. Adjusting key volume sound level The Virtual Keyboard features volume adjustment for better accuracy using key click feedback. There are two ways to adjust the volume: 1. Press Fn and M to enter menu mode. Select Settings by clicking the enter key then use the space bar to choose Volume and press enter. Next, select the desired volume level. Click ESC to exit menu mode. 2. Press and hold the FN key and tap the V key to raise then lower and turn off the volume. This key combination will cycle through all sound setting including mute. Each adjustment requires repeated steps. There are 4 stages of adjustments including mute. Factory default is the highest level during power on. The current volume level will be displayed on the Virtual Keyboard screen. 16
17 Adjusting keyboard brightness The Virtual Keyboard features brightness adjustment for better accuracy and viewing. There are two ways to adjust the sensitivity: 1. Press Fn and M to enter menu mode. Select Settings by clicking the enter key then use the space bar to choose Bright and press enter. Next, select the desired brightness level. Click ESC to exit menu mode. 2. Press and hold FN key and press F6 key to increase brightness, or press and hold the FN key and press F5 key to decrease the brightness. Continually pressing the key combination will cycle through all brightness levels. there are four levels of brightness. Factory default brightness is the highest level during power on. The current brightness level will be displayed on the Virtual Keyboard screen. Adjusting Sensitivity Virtual Keyboard features sensitivity adjustment for better accuracy. There are two ways to adjust the sensitivity: 1. Press FN and M to go into menu mode. Select Settings by clicking the enter key then use the space bar to choose Sensitivity and press enter. Next, select the sensitivity desired. Click ESC to exit menu mode. 2. Quick Change mode allows increasing or decreasing the sensitivity by pressing the FN key and the S key. To lower sensitivity, keep pressing this key combination to cycle through all settings. 17
18 The change in settings will be shown on the Virtual Keyboard screen. Sensitivity can also be adjusted through the menu. Please see the menu system for details on adjusting brightness using the menu. Setting Number 1 Low Sensitivity - Should be used for high light conditions. Setting Number 2 Normal Sensitivity - Should be used for normal lighting conditions. Setting Number 3 High Sensitivity - Should be used for painted finger nails or where keystrokes are not being detected. KEYBOARD TYPING MODES There are two keyboard modes available: 1. All Up Mode Factory default keyboard mode is All Up. This means that all fingers need to be raised above the virtual keys in order to type. Palms can rest behind the keyboard, but all fingers should be high enough so that accidental key presses are not recognized (generally at least 4mm above the table surface). All will be displayed on the Virtual Keyboard screen when in this typing mode. Note: If 3 or more fingers are detected at once, a buzzing sound will occur to let you know your fingers are too low. Remember: do not put your fingers on the home row. They must hover at least 4mm above the surface until you want to want to press a key. 18
19 2. J+F Down Mode J+F Down mode allows the J and the F key fingers to remain on the surface. The other fingers must remain raised above the trigger point for key activation. To send a J or an F key, raise and then lower your finger on that key while the other finger (on the J or the F) remains on the surface. If your finger is not on the other key, it will not give you the J or the F. For example: if you want a J key, make sure both fingers are down on the J and the F then raise and lower your J finger. Do the opposite for the F key. All other keys work the same way as the All Up mode. Finding the Home Row in J&F Down Mode After pressing the space bar if you miss the home row with either the J or the F key fingers, a buzzing sound will occur until you move to the proper keys alerting you of the home row misalignment. Changing Typing Modes Go into the menu mode by pressing the Fn and the M keys. Choose Advanced by using the space bar then pressing enter. Next Choose Type Mode. Use the space bar and select All Up or J&F Down. Press ESC to exit. The current typing mode will be displayed on the LCD screen as All or J+F. 19
20 POWER SAVING MODE 1. Hold down the Win/Mac key and the Alt key for 3 seconds to turn off the laser Projection and reduce camera intake speed. Four double beeps will confirm the three second period has been detected. 2. To reactivate laser projection and return operation to normal, tap or swipe anywhere in the keyboard operational area. If there is no motion detected for 90 seconds the unit will automatically turn the keyboard display off and reduce the camera intake speed to save battery. Any motion in the keyboard area will return the unit to normal function. Automatic power saving mode will only occur when the Virtual Keyboard is operating under battery power. Note: To increase the battery life try using a lower brightness setting. 20
21 MENU SYSTEM There are two methods to access the Virtual Keyboard s menu system: 1. If the device is off, press and hold the power on/off button for 5 seconds. 2. If the device is on, press the FN and M keys to enter menu mode. Use the space bar or Up and Down arrow keys to scroll through the selections and the enter key to make a selection. Settings - Enters into a menu screen to adjust the setting on the Virtual Keyboard including: Volume - Adjusts the volume for the key presses (see volume settings section of manual for more details Pg. 16) Brightness - Adjusts the brightness of the keyboard image (See brightness settings section of manual for more details Pg. 17) Sensitive - Adjusts the sensitivity settings for different lighting conditions (See sensitivity settings section of manual for more details Pg. 17) Bluetooth - Turns on and off the Bluetooth functionality (See Bluetooth section of manual for more details Pg. 13) 21
22 Unit Info - Displays the current firmware version and serial number of the Virtual Keyboard. (Press the enter key or ESC key to exit and return to keyboard mode). Games - VK200 has installed games to practice typing. The games display directly on the units screen. New games can be downloaded as updates are available. Games can be selected in this menu. Advanced - Goes into a menu screen allowing advanced functions including: Update - The unit changes to a firmware update mode allowing it to accept software/firmware updates when available. Update program may be downloaded from Calibrate - For troubleshooting only, this mode allows re-calibration of the keyboard layout. Type Mode - Allows two different typing modes: All Up mode, where all fingers must remain raised and the second is for ten finger typing and J&F Down mode where the J and the F key fingers can remain down. (See section Keyboard Typing Modes for more details Pg. 18) Fact Reset - Resets all settings back to the factory defaults. Exit - Exits the menu and returns to keyboard mode. Note: Pressing the ESC key exits menu mode. 22
23 VIRTUAL mouse mode Virtual mouse mode allows you to use your pointer finger as a mouse. Movements are tracked throughout the center of the keyboard including clicking and double clicking. 1. To change keyboard mode to the Mouse mode on the keyboard, press the Win/Mac key and the Alt keys simultaneously. The Virtual Keyboard screen will display MSE indicating change to Mouse mode has been successful. 2. To change Mouse mode to Keyboard mode, press and hold the Win/Mac key and the Alt key simultaneously on the keyboard. A double beep will confirm the switch and the screen will display ``KBD`` indicating the change to keyboard mode has been successful. Note: Mouse function is only available on devices that support mouse function. MOUSE CLICKING 1. Left click by lifting and lowering your finger used for moving the mouse anywhere in the keyboard area. 2. Double click by lifting and lowering your finger used for moving the mouse twice quickly in the keyboard area. 3. To drag in Mouse mode, keep your finger on the caps lock key while moving your pointer finger as a mouse. 4. Caps lock and the enter key also function as left and right mouse click buttons when in mouse mode. 23
24 Below are examples of how to operate the Virtual Keyboard in Mouse Mode. Control the Cursor Click Drag & Scroll Forward & Back Zoom In & Out Note: Special keys Not all keys displayed on projection keyboard layout correspond to input keys on host device. For example, the ALT key will not function on a host device that does not support the ALT function. The same applies to FN and Win/Mac function keys. 24
25 Calibrating (Troubleshooting) Important: The Virtual Keyboard comes ready to use. However, if you find the keys are not reacting as expected, follow the steps below to calibrate your keyboard. 1. press the FN button and tap the C key twice. The screen will go in to calibration mode. Alternatively you can hold the On/Off button down for 10 seconds after device is powered on to access calibration mode. 2. the screen will display 2 flashing icons. Press the function keys (F1 and F12). Hold your fingers down on the keys. (The unit will show 2 icons flashing at the top, until you hear a beep.) 3. the screen will now show 2 icons flashing at the bottom of the unit. Press the bottom outside keys (FN and arrow right). Hold your fingers down on the keys until you hear a beep. 4. the screen will then go back to the home screen as calibration of the unit has been completed. 5. If the keys are still being incorrectly recognized, try calibrating again. Note: To exit calibration mode at any time, press the FN and C key again. Note: No calibration information will be saved until the entire calibration mode has been completed. 25
26 Specifications Laser Keyboard Projector Light Source...Red Laser Diode Keyboard Layout... approx. 19mm Pitch, QWERTY layout Keyboard Size... approx. Width: 280mm Height: 102mm Keyboard Location... approx. 100mm from the bottom of the device Projection Surface.... non-reflective, opaque flat surface Keyboard Sensor Recognition Rate....Up to 350 characters per min. Operating Surface....Any firm, flat surface Electrical Characteristics External Power Supply... usb Power/less than 5V 500mA Battery and Capacity... lithium-ion Polymer Battery, 500mAh 3.7V Battery Operating Time...Approx. 120 minutes 26
27 Specifications Battery Charging Time...Approx. 240 minutes USB Interface....USB 1.1 & 2.0 Bluetooth... v2.1 (Class 2) Frequency Range MHz Channel...79 Modulation....GFSK Environmental Conditions Operating Temperature...0 ~ 95F/90%RH Storage Temperature...23 ~ 95F/~90%RH Dimensions and weight conditions Size...62mm x 42mm x 16mm Weight....Approx. 78 grams 27
28 One (1) Year Limited Warranty Brookstone warrants this product against defects in materials and/or workmanship under normal use for a period of ONE (1) YEAR from the date of purchase by the original purchaser ( Warranty Period ). If a defect arises and a valid claim is received within the Warranty Period, at its option, Brookstone will either 1) repair the defect at no charge, using new or refurbished replacement parts, or 2) replace the product with a new product that is at least functionally equivalent to the original product, or 3) provide a store credit in the amount of the purchase price of the original product. A replacement product or part, including a user-installable part installed in accordance with instructions provided by Brookstone, assumes the remaining warranty of the original product. When a product or part is exchanged, any replacement item becomes your property and the replaced item becomes Brookstone s property. When a store credit is given, the original product must be returned to Brookstone and becomes Brookstone s property. Obtaining Service: To obtain warranty service, call Brookstone Limited Warranty Service at Please be prepared to describe the product that needs service and the nature of the problem. A purchase receipt is required. All repairs and replacements must be authorized in advance. Service options, parts availability and response times will vary. You are responsible for delivery and the cost of delivery of the product or any parts to the authorized service center for replacement, per our instructions. Limits and Exclusions: Coverage under this Limited Warranty is limited to the United States of America, including the District of Columbia and the U.S. Territories of Guam, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. This Limited Warranty applies only to products manufactured for Brookstone that can be identified by the Brookstone trademark, trade name, or logo affixed to them or their packaging. The Limited Warranty does not apply to any non-brookstone products. Manufacturers or 28
29 suppliers other than Brookstone may provide their own warranties to the purchaser, but Brookstone, in so far as permitted by law, provides these products as is. This warranty does not apply to: a) damage caused by failure to follow instructions relating to product s use or the installation of components; b) damage caused by accident, abuse, misuse, fire, floods, earthquake or other external causes; c) damage caused by service performed by anyone who is not a representative of Brookstone; d) accessories used in conjunction with a covered product; e) a product or part that has been modified to alter functionality or capability; f) items intended to be periodically replaced by the purchaser during the normal life of the product including, without limitation, batteries or light bulbs; g) any product sold as is including, without limitation, floor demonstration models and refurbished items; or h) a product that is used commercially or for a commercial purpose. Brookstone SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE USE OF THIS PRODUCT, OR ARISING OUT OF ANY BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY. TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW, BROOKSTONE DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL STATUTORY OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND WARRANTIES AGAINST HIDDEN OR LATENT DEFECTS. IF BROOKSTONE CANNOT LAWFULLY DISCLAIM STATUTORY OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, THEN TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, ALL SUCH WARRANTIES SHALL BE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE DURATION OF THIS EXPRESS WARRANTY. Some states disallow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages or how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above exclusions or limitations may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights, which vary from state to state. 29
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