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Bluetooth Keyboard for Tablet PC and mobile devices
Posted on 14-Sep-2004 07:54 | Tags Filed under: News


Bluetooth Keyboard for Tablet PC and mobile devices
The Motion Wireless Mobile Keyboard is one of the first Bluetooth mobile keyboards on the market. It eliminates the need for a separate mouse by providing an integrated roller-ball pointing device, mouse click buttons, Internet and multimedia hot keys and scroll keys. Its design is suitable for ultramobile users who are standing or sitting, and features a standard 19mm key pitch.

"With its Bluetooth communication and ergonomic design, the Motion Wireless Mobile Keyboard is an ideal product to use while standing, moving during a presentation or training," said Jeff Herrell, Director of Continuous Improvement for North American Occupant Safety Systems of TRW Automotive. "Motion brings a new dimension to computing when, where and how you want."

The range is 10m, and the company says it is the perfect companion to its M1400 Tablet PC. The Motion Wireless Mobile Keyboard is priced at $149.99






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