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RoKy2 Fabric Keyboard: the ultimate in portable productivity

Tue Feb 13, 2007 - 12:28 PM EST - By Tim Hillebrand

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If you are a road warrior or attend many meetings and want to lighten the load, you can dump the obligatory laptop in favor of a Fabric Keyboard in conjunction with whatever flavor of pocket pal you pack. Imagine the WOW factor when you pull out this powerful, portable package and unroll it on the conference table. I guarantee you will have everyone�s immediate attention. You will, however, have to adjust to its nuances, for it is a different touch and response experience than using a normal keyboard. But, I have no doubt that with a little practice, you will be tapping away with abandon as the characters dance on your tiny stage.

I hope this item will soon be available in the TreoCentral Store, but for now, if you conduct a search for "fabric keyboard", you will find several places to purchase it for about $116-$150. It is made by Mobis of Taiwan.



Features 5
Usability 4
Setup 3
Cost/Benefit 5
(not an average)
  • Extremely portable and a great productivity tool
  • Fabric is spill resistant
  • Long battery life and uses inexpensive easy-to-find AAA cells
  • ingenious PDA holder included
  • Easy to install and use
  • Cons
  • Cloth keyboard tends to move when in use
  • Can be troublesome to connect the first time
  • Touch and response require some adaptation
  • No shortcuts to Office applications

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