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Thursday, March 19, 2009

Foldable USB keyboard simplifies typing with your UMPC

Most of the UMPC and MIDs available today share the same disadvantage: most of the time the keyboard just doesn't work well at those tiny key sizes, especially if you have large hands. What to do? One possible solution could be using one of these ultra-portable external keyboards with your UMPC! The device shown on the right for example, bearing the rather technical description "Targus PA875U01X", weighs just 180 grams at a size of 280 x 108 x 9 mm (unfolded), with 68 full-sized keys in QWERTY layout - enabling easy and smooth ten-finger typing for the mobile email enthusiast. Price around 40-60 USD as seen in various online retail stores..

Just a remark, the very same foldable keyboard is available from AsusTek too under the name "Asus R2H Slim USB 2.0 foldable keyboard" (vendor product number 04GNGV1KUS00) for as little as 30$US if you look around a bit. (note the difference between a small customer and a big one like AsusTek when it comes to purchase prices?!)

same model, other logo

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