01. 05. 2007
RoKy≤ wireless fabric keyboard
If, like me, you do a lot of unplanned word processing on the go, you probably wouldn't want to lug a laptop everywhere. PDAs are much handier, but Graffiti and similar writing tools just aren't meant for heavy text input, and built-in keyboards are too tiny to be comfortable to use. When I first started using a PDA, I contemplated buying one of those portable keyboards that fold up, but felt that it would still be too bulky, compact as it was.
However, with Mobis's RoKy≤ keyboard, I might have to rethink my position on this. This is a Bluetooth-enabled fabric keyboard that rolls up into its own little pouch. It uses two AAA-sized batteries, is water repellent and comes with a stand that will hold your mobile phone or PDA upright while you type. Rolled up, it measures just 124 x 48 x 32mm.
Via CNet Asia.