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Think Outside Bluetooth Stowaway Bluetooth Folding Keyboard


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  • Bluetooth: Yes
  • Calculator Functionality: No
  • Chip Card Reader: No
  • Fingerprint Reader: No
  • Flexible Keyboard: Yes
  • Magnetic Card Reader: No
  • Numerical Block Included: No
  • Platform: Small Organising Solution
  • Remote Control: No
  • Separate Mouse Included: No
  • Signal Connection: Bluetooth
  • Type: Keyboard
  • Type of Connection: Bluetooth
  • USB: No
  • USB Hub: No
  • Voice Control: No
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandThink Outside
Item Weight159 g
Product Dimensions1.3 x 14 x 9.9 cm
Batteries:2 AAA batteries required. (included)
Item model numberXTBTUEI
  
Additional Information
ASINB0002OKCXE
Best Sellers Rank 130,768 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight318 g
Date First Available1 Oct 2007
  
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Product Description

Type email and surf the web in optimum comfort using your Bluetooth-enabled smartphone/PDA, tablet, media center PC or notebook. The iGo Ultra-Slim Bluetooth Keyboard is so sleek and functional you can take it everywhere. It easily fits in a pocket or purse, yet opens to a full size keyboard wherever and whenever you need it. • 100% full size keyboard for touch-typing • Universal - works with almost all Bluetooth-enabled devices • Portable, compact and lightweight - weighs less than 6 oz • Includes carrying case & detachable PDA/phone stand • User-programmable shortcut and command keys for fast access to other applications • Download drivers automatically from your smartphone/PDA - no PC needed Keyboard is compatible with most Windows Mobile, Palm and Symbian operating system. Please note, this keyboard is not compatible with Blackberry devices

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mr. S. Khanna on 31 Aug 2006
setup took a little time to get perfect. software provided didn't work with my dell axim x51v but the latest drivers off the think outside website work well and once configured its a dream to use. im a 80+ wpm touch typer and the keyboard has no trouble keeping up. if you start typing before the keyboard has connected, it remembers and produces the text once connected. the size of the keys is fine for me though the backspace key is a little smaller than im used to. great tool for a pda or phone.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By O. P. Banjo on 23 Mar 2008
I don't normally contribute to reviews, but feel it necessary to counter the overly negative comments here, as I have used this bluetooth keyboard satisfactorilty with both an HP iPaq PDA and more recently a Nokia E51 smartphone. Easy to set up, and it works ok !. And, now that the price has come right down, I think they are excellent value. However, by its very nature as an ultra compact folding keyboard, it is quite flimsy, so will need careful handling / looking after if you are to avoid breaking it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By M. Currie on 9 May 2009
This is the fourth folding keyboard I've owned. The first, and best, was a Dell one that unfortunately only worked with my old Axim X51v - when I upgraded my PDA, it had to go. Since then, I've tried Freedom, HP and Think Outside bluetooth keyboards, and this is far & away the best one on the market. I've now used it over the last 3 years with 3 PDAs and have had no problems with any of them. Recently, it HAS started to show its age as a number of the keys have started being a little tempremental, so I've been looking to replace it. I've tried one of the roll up, smart cloth keyboards, but it was massively innaccurate for typing, whereas this one feels pretty similar to a small laptop. Sadly, Think Outside seem to have withdrawn the Stowaway keyboard, but no-one seems to have come up with a better product to replace it, so I suppose I'll limp on with my aging one as it is so much better than anything else on the market.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Melchior on 24 Nov 2010
Firstly I have to admit to being a Galaxy Tab fanboy, so let's get that clear. Having read some online issues with pairing Bluetooth keyboards with Android, I was disappointed that this might not be an option.

I know some will say 'just get a netbook' - but I have yet to see one with a haptic screen, detachable keyboard that fires up straight away and has a ten hour battery life... Perhaps the new Mac Air should have been this machine? But who am I to talk form factors with Ives and Jobbie.

Anyway, the iGO stowaway came next day, was unboxed, powered up and paired immediately. No dramas! How very refreshing... I am writing this on it and although it would be nice if the iGo site actually did allow you to download a custom keyset that links the shortcuts to the Android apps I can live without that at the moment. The stand works perfectly well and the whole thing feels solid with a good key reponse, low latency and build quality.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jason Hofmann on 29 July 2010
I purchased this in 2005 for use with a Windows Mobile phone (the Audiovox). I hated the phone, and the keyboard was stashed away until I got a BlackBerry Bold/9000 is 2008. Sadly, it didn't work with the Bold. In 2009, I tested it with an iPhone 3GS, no luck (Apple refused to support Wireless Keyboards). I am extremely happy to announce that this, arguably the best portable bluetooth keyboard ever made, works flawlessly with the iPhone 4! Probably the first time an item has made it back out of my junk pile, and definitely a keyboard that was way ahead of its time. Sadly it is no longer being produced (are you listening, iGo?)

Cheers

Jason
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Its very usable for typing on to a blutetooth enabled device (originally a Palm device, but it works with smartphones and tablets). However now largely redundant since software keyboard apps like Swype do a great job for most things and I no longer need to type large volumes of text while away from a desktop or laptop computer. Its stood up well to being folded up and crammed into a backpack pocket between uses. Things I did find annoying were the slightly unconventional layouts of some keys.
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