I have a few friends that use Blackberry smartphones, and every time I hear them bitch about the things not working well this or that I tell them to get an iPhone. Typically, they say something about the lack of a keyboard and I have to refrain from punching them in the spleen.
If you have similar issues with your pals, a new case that was shown off at IFA last week can help you shut them up. The case is from a company called Nuu and is called the Mini Key. The iPhone 4 snaps onto one side of the case. When you flip it open, a QWERTY keyboard with real keys is uncovered.
That keyboard connects to the iPhone via Bluetooth and the thing has a Broadcom HID compliant chip inside. Power comes from a built-in rechargeable battery. The Mini Key should land in time for holiday gift-giving for $69 (USD).