Bluetooth-Enabled iFrog Keyboard Hits the Market

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FrogPad and its partner, Gennum Corporation, have launched the iFrog, a portable keyboard designed to be used with one hand. There are versions for both left-handed and right-handed people.

Linda Marroquin, CEO of FrogPad, said, “This unique and powerful tool will support all portable mobile enterprise applications, such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, as well as gaming and personal applications.”

This device uses Bluetooth, so it doesn’t have to be connected to the handheld or smartphone with wires.

The iFrog includes drivers for Pocket PC, Palm OS, Symbian, and Windows Mobile Smartphone operating systems.

FrogPad iFrog Keyboard In the future, the iFrog will also have drivers for Java and Unified Messaging devices.

More than Just Handhelds

Besides handhelds and smartphones, the iFrog is compatible with all Macs and PCs supporting the Bluetooth Human Interface Device (HID) profile, which describes how a keyboard will communicate with another Bluetooth device.

This keyboard is 5.6 inches wide, 3.7 inches tall, and 0.7 inches thick. It has its own rechargeable battery.

The iFrog costs $225. It is now available from the FrogPad web site or by calling 713-529-4474.

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