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INPUT: Stowaway Bluetooth keyboard expected for Q2-2004
Posted by Arne Hess - on Wednesday, 07.01.04 - 18:42:17 CET under 01 - General News - Viewed 6612x
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With the Stowaway Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard, Think Outside today introduced a new Bluetooth-enabled keyboard for use with compatible PDAs and Smartphones. The full-sized, portable folding keyboard is based on a reference design capable of being modified to meet an OEM's specifications with an aim to bring Bluetooth keyboard products to market in early Q2 2004.

The Stowaway Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard is based on the Bluetooth Spec 1.1, HID 1.0a (Human Interface Device) and is the first portable keyboard specifically designed for Bluetooth-enabled Smartphones and PDAs. According to Think Outside, the Stowaway Bluetooth keyboard can work with virtually any Bluetooth enabled Smartphone or PDA as long as it has the Bluetooth HID profile implemented.

So far I'm not aware of any Bluetooth enabled Smartphones or Pocket PCs which will fulfil this requirement - having the HID profile implemented. Neither the HTC Voyager nor the HTC Himalaya includes HID right now. However, this should be something HTC could update easily - hope they will!

Cheers ~ Arne

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Posted by Dale Lovvik on 30.04.04 - 07:17:47

will these blue tooth keyboards work with a HP IPAQ Pocket PC 2215.  It has built in blue tooth.  Also is it avalible yet, and how much is it....

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