New toy: Universal Wireless Keyboard

by Volker Weber

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Stefan sent me a new toy: The universal wireless keyboard. It connects to your handheld wirelessly via infrared. To do this it needs two AAA batteries that are supposed to last up to four months, depending on use.

I installed the drivers on both my T3 and the Treo 650 and it worked right out of the box. The keyboard has a QUERTY layout (I am used to QWERTZ), but it is close enough to let me type at almost full speed. I once had a foldable keyboard for my Palm V, that was also very neat, but had a huge delay between typing and display. This now works just nicely. Another treat that lets me leave my notebook behind.

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