Perfect companion to the Viliv X70 or any Tablet PC – cool looking wireless keyboard


I like to pack light. That’s the main reason I got into UMPC’s in the first place. So of course I travel with a thinkoutside BT keyboard. It’s one of the best things I’ve ever bought and even worked with my Nokia N95 and my Windows smartphones.

This awesome looking keyboard might bump it off the Fav’s list:

From the website:

Features:

  • Wireless(RF 2.4G) connection, smart & portable size
  • To enjoy PC Multi-media Entertainment at home
  • Convenient & efficient for Conference, Presentation & lecturing
  • To share large TV and projector screen
  • Large PAD for handwrite
  • Built-in lecture laser pointer
  • Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery
  • Backlight function with a handheld keypad
  • Support Window 7 / Vista / XP / 2000, Linux (Debian-3.1, Redhat-9.0, Ubuntu-8.10, Fedora-7.0 tested or above)
  • Standby time: 500~ 700 hours
  • Operation range: up to 30 meters
  • Dimension: 151 x 59 x 13mm (approx.)
  • Weight: 103g
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    2 comments so far

    1. Alain (borax99) on

      I loved my ThinkOutside Sierra keyboard until it died. Now looking for a replacement. The one issue with this one is the need for a USB receiver – not very convenient !

      This little keyboard is certainly an interesting find though, so thanks for posting !

    2. Ross Wirth on

      Why not use the DiNovo Mini (http://www.logitech.com/en-us/keyboards/keyboard/devices/3848) from Logitech, it’s Bluetooth (no additional dongle) and looks to be about the same size…


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