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Think Outside announces availability of Stowaway Universal Bluetooth Keyboard
Posted on 7-Jun-2004 22:18 | Filed under: News


Think Outside announces availability of Stowaway Universal Bluetooth Keyboard
Think Outside Inc., creator of the Stowaway Portable Keyboards for handheld devices, announced the availability of its Stowaway Universal Bluetooth portable keyboard, the world's first portable Bluetooth keyboard, with support for Windows Mobile Pocket PC and Symbian-based smart phones and PDAs. You can read our review on-line now.

"The Stowaway Universal Bluetooth Keyboard is the hottest keyboard we've ever developed - it's the Porsche of portable keyboards," said Greg van den Dries, president of Think Outside. "This new Stowaway keyboard represents a real breakthrough in mobile communications, fitting a 100% full-size Bluetooth keyboard with innovative technology into the small, sleek design that has become Think Outside's hallmark. And as a universal keyboard, it is an important milestone in our product development: We can continue to serve the traditional PDA market where we made our name, while also supporting the emerging smart phone market, where the products are evolving rapidly from techie gadgets into indispensable tools for people from all walks of life."

The Stowaway Universal Bluetooth Keyboard supports a wide variety of Bluetooth enabled converged devices and smartphones, including Motorola, NEC, Nokia, Orange, O2, Panasonic, Sendo, Siemens and Sony Ericsson. The keyboard also supports Bluetooth enabled Pocket PC PDAs from HP, Dell and others, as well as traditional Macintosh and Windows XP-based desktop and notebook computers with integrated Bluetooth.

Stowaway Universal Bluetooth Keyboards will be available in English, simplified Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese and Spanish language versions. The products will be available through leading retailers in the US and Europe, and directly from Think Outside, with a suggested retail price of US$150.



More information: http://www.thinkoutside.com...







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