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LINKS: Think Outside adds Bluetooth input to your mobile devices
Posted by Arne Hess - on Monday, 14.06.04 - 21:11:28 CET under 01 - General News - Viewed 6972x
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As reported before, Think Outside recently released its Bluetooth keyboard for PDAs and mobile phones and my fellow MVP Mauricio from Geekzone already reviewed it:

Overall the Stowaway Bluetooth Keyboard brings a good combination of size, weight, functionality and the freedom of a cordless keyboard to the handheld world. Travellers and users who need to enter a fair amount of data on Pocket PC will be glad to use this tool. For an introductory price of US$149.99 it seems like a good investment for users that still have problem with handwriting recognition on handheld devices.

On the other hand, Roel Martens of Dutch Pocket PC Club has posted that Think Outside is not only to offer the Bluetooth keyboard above but also a Bluetooth mouse (see here for more information since Pocket PC Club is written in Dutch).

So what do you think? While I enjoy the idea of having Bluetooth input devices for PCs and Notebooks (I'm using the Logitech Bluetooth keyboard and mouse for my PC and Notebook) and I'm confident that a Bluetooth keyboard for Pocket PCs and Smartphones is a great tool to increase productivity I'm not sure how much I would need/carry a Bluetooth mouse for my Pocket PC or Smartphone.

Cheers ~ Arne

Related Links : [Geekzone Review] [Pocket PC Club News] Source : [Pocket PC Thoughts]


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