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Topic # 14377 30-Jun-2007 21:31
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Doe anyone know of an Auckland based retailer, apart from wellnz (they will not respond to my email), that sell this peripheral? Being a "brick and mortar" geek, I want to maul it a little before I put down my cash.

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  Reply # 90532 10-Oct-2007 19:41
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freitasm: I am also interested to know about this...




wellnz contacted me (via a contact from Geekzone) and I now have my keyboard. A sophisticated piece of engineering. the mechanics put my old Palm  keyboard to shame. It paired with my Vaio & Vodafone (Asus, Winmobile 5) without having to install drivers (although I've not got the PDA function keys to work yet). It appears it can only supoort one stored pairing, i.e setting it to discoverable mode clears the existing pairing. more testing to proceed.

ps. when you pair you need to type desired passcode and press enter on the keyboard, the manual does not tell you this.

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