The new Bluetooth-enabled one-handed keyboard from FrogPad, the iFrog, can be used seamlessly with Bluetooth-capable UMPCs via Microsoft Origami, the Nokia 770 Internet tablet, and Symbian-powered smartphones. It’s layout is centered around 15 of the most-used letters in the English alphabet in an ergonomic design that aims to break the century-old QWERTY code. This is a much better alternative to current mini thumb keyboards that are available for the portable platform. It takes around 10 to 12 hours of training on average to achieve an input rate between 30 to 40 words per minute. There is no word on pricing and availability details at the moment.
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