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Freedom Bluetooth Keyboard

Wed May 11, 2005 - 3:13 PM EDT - By Douglas Morse


Although the Stowaway Bluetooth Keyboard is a better-constructed keyboard with more keys, the lack of number row is a serious issue. The Palm IR keyboard, even though it requires the unit to be positioned in a stand is really the benchmark for a portable keyboard design: sturdy, elegant, and easy typing make it my first choice.

For those that really desire Bluetooth capability in a keyboard though, I’d recommend the Freedom Keyboard over the Stowaway simply because of the fifth row of dedicated number/punctuation keys and a solid ability to customize function keys, not to mention it’s a bit less expensive.

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Design 4
Usability 3
Setup 3
Cost/Benefit 4
(not an average)
  • Bluetooth
  • Compact
  • Included dedicated number keys
  • Customizable
  • Cons
  • Keys too small
  • Distracting Font

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    Product Info
    > Name Freedom Bluetooth Keyboard
    > Company Freedom Input
    > Weight 8 oz.
    > Fact Sheet & User Opinions
    > Available
    > $99.95

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