Palm has released a new Bluetooth wireless keyboard that can be used with a variety of this company’s handhelds and smartphones.
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Like most portable keyboards, this folds up to make it easier to carry around, but opens up to a size large enough for touch typing.
It offers a QWERTY layout with five rows of full-size keys (including numbers), and also includes a pull-out easel that provides adjustable viewing angle for the smartphone or handheld.
Because it wirelessly communicates with the mobile device, this accessory — which is called simply the Palm Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard — can be used to enter or edit data even while the device is charging nearby.
Palm says this keyboard will run for up to five months on two AAA batteries.
It will work with the Treo 650, Treo 680, Treo 700p, Treo 700w, Treo 700wx, Treo 750, Tungsten E2, and T|X.
The Palm Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard is available now on Palm’s web site for $99.99.