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Topic # 5858 3-Dec-2005 07:38
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I have recently bought an xda exec and would like to find a compatible keyboard. i am having real problems - doesn anyone know of one - have tried stowaway bluetooth wireless keyboard but although it says it is compatible it doesnt work. the other thing is that all the cases are too small and it is too expensive to not put in a secure case. any ideas

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Reply # 24181 3-Dec-2005 09:28
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Welcome to Geekzone... Is the Stowaway being advertised as Windows Mobile 5 compatible? I really think it should work, because it ok with the Microsoft Bluetooth software I used before.

I will ask around for more information too...


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Reply # 25521 30-Dec-2005 23:05
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"the other thing is that all the cases are too small and it is too expensive to not put in a secure case. any ideas"

I'm using the case from my old iPaq 3970. It completely encloses the device, with a secure velcro closure and a belt loop, if needed.

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