201 Circle Drive North, Suite 101
Piscataway, NJ 08854
Keydata has been a major name in the portable computer business as long as there has been a portable computer business.
It was 1989, and the Age of Portable Computing had begun. That's when Keydata began selling portables. Our computers brought the latest in cutting-edge technology to the market -- Gas Plasma Display "Lunchbox" models, and portable CRT models. These Keydata computers were excellent machines for their era, making it possible to put most of the power -- and along with it, most of the weight -- of a desktop system at the end of your arm. They were big, they were powerful . . . . and you had to be too, to carry them around.
As portable as a book: the Keynote
In June 1992, Keydata introduced the first Keynote notebook computer. This sturdy, hard-working 486SLC notebook would soon get good reviews from the press, and enthusiastic endorsements from customers.
The Keynote was the first in a growing line of Keydata notebooks, each new model bringing new levels of convenience and power to portable computing. And each developed to meet specific customer needs and take advantage of new technology. Today, more than 200,000 Keydata portable and notebook computers have been sold.
The right size for the right response
Keydata is a company with one focus: the portable market. It's a market that demands the highest in portable computing power, storage, and connectivity. We've developed innovative management, production, and distribution solutions geared solely to that end.
Our accumulated portable computing experience is combined with exceptionally efficient and flexible manufacturing processes. We can implement the newest technology faster -- much faster -- than most of our competitors, large or small. That also means we are able to respond to market needs much faster.
Today, the scope of our market extends beyond North America: we also deliver to Europe, the Middle East, Russia, and South America.