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Ultra-Tiny Bluetooth Keyboard: So Small It’S Almost of No Use

by Range
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If you’re getting annoyed with your touchscreen devices, instead of getting a Crackberry, why not try this ultra-tiny keyboard with your existing gadgets?

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As is often the case with strange and unusual gadgets, this one comes to us courtesy of Brando and is perfect for “travel, school, or any other working environment with a Bluetooth enabled laptop“. It works wherever Bluetooth functions. This means PCs, PS3s, iPads, iPhones and other devices should work too.

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It’s available from Brando for $36 (USD). Is it worth it? I’m not sure. I can type very quickly on a keyboard, but admittedly, I’m not a teenage girl, so I can’t text on a tiny keyboard at blindingly fast speeds.  Honestly, I’d prefer a full-size folding keyboard instead of this. But if you’re a Blackberry user, you might find it useful.

[via Geek Alerts]




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