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A programmable keyboard for PDAs

 
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 13, 2002 5:04 am    Post subject: A programmable keyboard for PDAs Reply with quote

I want a good keyboard with international letters that works with almost any PDA! The present state is awful for a lot of people all over the world who wants to write a lot in their own language. Why cant anyone create a keyboard to which you can create your own keyboard layout? Give me a keyboard where I can put "foreign" letters wherever I want them, and leave the keys blank so I can mark them the way I want. Please! There's a big world outside the english-speaking countries!

The Stowaway keyboards can possibly be given a foreign layout, but I would rather have a keyboard like Keysync which you can have in your lap, which works with many PDAs and which has a cable between the PDA and the keyboard so you dont have to have the PDA fastened to the keyboard. The Stowaway keyboard doesnt give much value for the money.

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