FrogPad and its partner Gennum Corporation are announcing the official and global launch of iFrog, a portable keyboard with Bluetooth. The iFrog is compatible with all Mac OS X and PCs supporting the Bluetooth HID (Human Interface Device) profile, which describes how a keyboard will communicate with another Bluetooth device.
iFrog will include drivers for Bluetooth devices supporting Pocket PC, Palm OS, Symbian and Windows Mobile Smartphone developed by cc2GO Wireless Technologies of Sydney Australia. In the future, the iFrog will also have drivers for Java and Unified Messaging devices.
"With Bluetooth technology , positions FrogPad as a leader in the development of new standards for the mobile wireless InternetFrogPad is taking the easy to use iFrog keyboard and giving customers the chance to go wireless," said Linda Marroquin, CEO of FrogPad. "This unique and powerful tool will support all portable mobile enterprise applications, such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint, as well as gaming and personal applications, and will power mobile operators to increase ARPU or revenue per subscriber."
The iFrog is priced at US$225, and is immediately available for distribution through its offices and global partners in the US, Canada, the UK and all of Western Europe, Japan, Australia and New Zealand. Availability in Singapore will soon follow.