Dave’s Ipaq – iTECH Bluetooth Virtual Keyboard — A Real Taste of Virtual Reality!! @ Dave’s iPAQ

Having several iPAQs, it is always a challenge to use whatever accessory I get on all of them. Not that I will use the accessory of each one, I just want to know that it works and that I can do it. I have 5 iPAQs and installed the BTVKB on four of them (4700, 2715, 1940, 5555). The only reason I didn’t try it on my 3970 was because my wife is in California and took it with her. I did find that switching between devices meant a little extra work. For some reason, I had to delete the pairing and then redo it. The chances of me switching between my iPAQs frequently are slim, so having to redo the pairing is not a big deal. What is a big deal is that it worked on my devices and it was superior in performance.

I did find the need for a stand while entering text. I tried leaning my iPAQ against a book but it just wasn’t the perfect situation. SO I decided to take a trip to my local Gift Store to see if they had any stands. They did, it was absolutely perfect, and it only cost $2.00 so I bought two; one for my desk and the other to keep in my SCOTTeVEST. It is adjustable and will fold flat for transportation.

I have had the opportunity to work with a lot of different devices and accessories for them. By far, this one is about the “coolest” accessory that I have ever used with my iPAQ. Besides being very small, functional and clearly complementary to my iPAQ, it is just a real neat “toy” to have. Without the slightest hesitation, I give the BTVKB my highest recommendation.

COST: $224.99

Pros:

Bluetooth Small, well designed Clear virtual display Easy connectivity

WOW factor!

Cons

Battery monitor could be better

Rating: 5 out of 5

To find out more about the iTECH Bluetooth Virtual Keyboard,
you can visit 2P here.

To order the iTECH Bluetooth Virtual Keyboard, Click here.

Specifications

Bluetooth Specification: Version 1.1 class 2

Device Compatibility for VKB usage:

O2 XDA I O2 XDA II Orange SPV E200 Palm Tungsten T3 Palm Tungsten T5 QTek 8080 Smartphone Palm m505 HP1940 HP2210 HP3417 HP rx3715 (Use HP 5550 Driver) HP 3800/3900 Series (Use HP 5455 Driver) HP3715 HP4700 HP4150 HP5455 HP5550 Palm Zire 72 Laptops / Desktops via serial connector

Operating Systems:

Pocket PC 2002 Pocket PC 2003 Smartphone 2003 Palm OS5.X Palm OS4.X Win XP, 2000, NT, 98

Battery Capacity: Approximately 2 hours of continuous typing

Dimensions: 90mm (L) x 34mm (W) x 24mm (H)

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