Palm 3169WWZ wireless IR Foldable Universal keyboard Infrared for E2 TX Z22
Condition: This item is USED
Content:One Keyboard only ( Palm not included )
• Model 3169WWZ
• Compatible SKU P10946U
• Requires two new AAA Batteries (not included)
• No Disk or software is included
Rugged, high impact plastic
Evenly sized keys
Adjustable IR arm
The Palm 3169WW Wireless Keyboard is compatible with many popular models of Palm OS and Windows Mobile OS devices. Operating through a infrared sensor, the keyboard is wireless and can be folded into a compact, conveniently portable size. It features the generic QWERTY format, and its keys can be customized to allow quick navigation and data entry. This makes it possible to access your favorite sites or open frequently-visited files with only a few keystrokes. The keyboard also works with select Pocket PC and Symbian units.
* Wireless: Infrared wand is easily positioned for landscape or portrait display devices
* Compatible: Works with selected Palm, HP, and Dell models
* Standard: Full English QWERTY keyboard
* Self-powered: Internal battery lasts up to four months depending on use
* Convenient: Application launch keys for common tasks
* Easy to setup: Comes with Windows setup software (requires the synchronization software that came with your handheld)
* Compact: 5-3/8 x 3-7/8 x 5/8 inches folded
* Lightweight: 7.4 ounces
TX, Tungsten E2, Tungsten T3, Tungsten T5, Tungsten E, Tungsten C, Zire 21, Zire 31, Zire 71, Zire 72, Treo 600, Treo 650, Treo 700w, Treo 700wx, Treo 700p, LifeDrive
The Palm Wireless Keyboard is the latest keyboard from Palm. As the name implies, it connects to your Palm handheld wirelessly through Infra Red (IR) instead of using the Universal Connector, which is great news for users of the Zire, Zire 21 and the Tungsten E users alike since there isn't a Universal Connector on them. It's good for Tungsten T3 users too as it allows them to use it in the landscape orientation, something which I believe is a first.
Most of the keys do double, triple, or even quadruple duty though shift and function keys. Special functions include triggering the application and silkscreen buttons, program commands, and currency symbols.
This is just the thing for typing notes and documents on the road instead of squinting and scratching with a stylus. The unit collapses so that it is not much larger than the Palm PDA that it will be used with. When folded out, it has the feel of a real keyboard.
It has large, even, and perfectly smooth keys that just cry out to be typed on. Tactile response is solid.
The infrared port of the keyboard is mounted on a flexible plastic arm that rotates about 100 degrees in an arc starting in the bottom left corner of the tray and working its way to the upper right corner. This design allows it to cover practically any handheld's IR port perfectly.
Rather than the metal-case clamshell with freestanding plastic easel approach of most IR keyboards, the PIK is a single piece, unfolding into its own stand. Front and center is the opening mechanism, a large J-shaped latch stamped with the classic Palm emblem. It grips very tightly, which is a mixed blessing--the keyboard won't come open easily, but... well, the keyboard won't come open easily. Once open, the clamp folds further back to click into place, where it's later used as the prop for the stand portion of the keyboard. At this point, the keyboard pops open into three seperate layers. The topmost folds straight back to make up the stand area. The second layer folds out to the right to join the bottom-most layer in making up the keyboard and base.
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