I would love to get this keyboard for my bold but can't find anywhere where ... BlackBerry Accessories forum
I would love to get this keyboard for my bold but can't find anywhere where it says that it is supported. Anyone try one of these before?
Sorry forgot to add link. http://www.thinkgeek.com/computing/input/8193/
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Last edited by Lavagirl; 10-19-2008 at 12:34 AM.
it should work...best bet is to purchase it at like best buy or circuit city so that you can return it...or ask one of the floor people and i'm sure they can open one up for you so that you can test it to make sure that it works before you purchase...the latter is your best option...hope this helps
That is freakin awesome but I do not think blackberry is supported. Here are the specs and compatibility.
Light source: Red diode laser
Keyboard layout: 63 key / full sized QWERTY layout
Keyboard size: 295 x 95mm projected keyboard size
Keyboard position: 60mm from VKB unit
Required Projection surface: Non-reflective, opaque flat surface
Visibility: Good contrast up to 600 lux ambient illumination
Ambient illumination: Works under all standard indoor illuminations up to 600 lux
Detection: rate Up to 400 characters per minute
Detection algorithm: Multiple keystroke support
Effective keystroke: Approximately 2mm
Operating surface: Any firm flat surface with no protrusions greater than 1mm
Bluetooth Spec: Bluetooth v1.1 class 2
Bluetooth Profile Supported: HID and SPP
Range of Frequency: 2.4GHz Spectrum
Transmission range: 9m
Number of supported passkeys: 5
Power source: Integrated, 3.6V rechargeable lithium-ion battery
Battery capacity > 120 minutes continuous typing
Charge Method: Included 100-240V AC Wall Adapter
Approximately 35 x 92 x 25mm (1.38" x 3.6" x 1")
Support for PalmOS 5, PocketPC 2003, Windows Smartphone, Symbian OS, and Windows 2000/XP (Mac OSX will work but drivers are not provided. See the bottom of this page for details.) Look below for a list of specific compatible devices. Please note your device may still work properly if not on this list as long as it supports one of the OS listed above.
Dell Axim 50 X50V
MIO 336 BT
Palm Tungsten T3
Palm Tungsten T5
Palm Zire 72
HP 6300 Series
Sony Ericsson P800
Sony Ericsson P900
Sony Ericsson P910i
Palm Treo 650
PCs and Laptops
Windows 2000/XP Drivers and Software Included
Important Mac OS Note:
We were able to get the Bluetooth Virtual Laser Keyboard to work with Mac OSX using the built-in bluetooth support in the OS. However, there is no driver software for Mac included with the keyboard and therefore no way to set the keyboard preferences such as brightness, key-repeat rate and sensitivity. You have been warned!
I have it's called an iPhone, incredibly uncomfortable.... hard as a rock...
Originally Posted by frisco49ers
Originally Posted by frisco49ers
That is krazy! Seems like it could be "Pricey$$".
Just imagine typing on a table top.... it boggles the mind.
Last edited by kenvan60; 10-19-2008 at 11:01 AM.
Originally Posted by Jbee
Wow! I stand corrected. Lol. That's pretty awesome. But a little on the pricey but still a very cool product.
Originally Posted by kenvan60
Yeah, and no tactile feel. I'd go here.....http://www.talkietech.com/blfoblke.html and save $75
This is really cool! If you type on your phone a lot, then the price might be worth it.
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