IOData Mini Keyboard (Hands-On)

IOData Mini Keyboard (Hands-On)

[CEATEC 2008] We’ve talked about the IOData mini (Bluetooth) keyboard back in May as it seemed to be a cool companionfor your cellphone. However, there’s nothing like a good hands-on… In the real-world, the keyboard looks much better than in the product photos (err…). Take a look at the photo gallery and tell us if you think that it is sexy. Although this mini-keyboard is well-built, I don’t think that I would settle for such a small keyboard, even if it is leaps and bounds better than a numeric pad to type long (and/or numerous emails). The reason is:I would rather add more money and buy a Nettop. This keyboard costs $150! (price info from

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