Reviews and Problems with Palm Wireless Keyboard with Bluetooth Wireless Technology
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great little keyboard, and durable
20 June 2014
Summary: I originally bought this keyboard to work with a Dell Axim, in 2005. And it worked great! Then I traded the Axim in for a Treo. Keyboard still worked great. Then the Treo gave way to an HTC wm6.1 phone. Keyboard kept on going. Then it was hello Android. Keyboard took a break, since my first Android 2.3 device didn't support it. But my last two android phones (Ice Cream), both support it, and it's back with a vengeance.
Summary: I simply love this keyboard! I destroyed one unfortunately and I payed a lot of money to get this one. But it's worth every cent! I looked for alternatives but simply there is none like it: - it's high quality - sturdy - very good battery life - keys have a good feel to them - keyboard layout is good w/ one minor exception - there is a phone support really versatile - overall very small form factor This keyboard must be at least 5 years old and it's still the best out...
Summary: Just a quick note to say that I really love this keyboard and I wish the other new keyboards that are being made right now were more like this. What sold me was the key layout was closest to a regular keyboard. For a touch typist like myself having the right shift key be out of place as it is on many of the other foldable and portable bluetooth keyboards out there would be a real nightmare!
New Life for the Palin Bluetooth Keyboard - with HP TouchPad
16 October 2011
Summary: I used the Palm BLUETOOTH KEYBOARD WITH the Palm TX for several years. It and the Palm TX fell into disuse. Recently I obtained a HP 32GB TouchPad. It comes with Bluetooth built in as a standard feature. I put fresh batteries into the keyboard, turned it on and enabled Bluetooth on the TouchPad. A few min later I AM USING it to look up the users manual. While browsing I found this page and wondered what they cost. I am using it to type this review on the TouchPad.
Summary: I love this keyboard. I had an infrared that went with my Palm PDA, and when I switched to the iPad wanted another portable, small, and handy little keyboard. This suits perfectly. The only nit, and it's a small one, is that the question-mark is not where it is on a normal QWERTY keyboard so there's a learning curve in using it. I have frequently hit the QWERTY key config for a question mark and ended up highlighting two lines.
Summary: I bought this keyboard for my new iphone 4 (not jailbreaked). After reading reviews of all kinds of bluetooth keyboards on the web, I concluded that the Palm keyboard was best. The keyboard is compact and slim. Superb keys for touchtyping, perfect geometry. Pairing worked like a charm without need for driver installation on the iphone. Absolutely perfect! I recommend this keyboard. (I wrote this on my iphone with the Palm keyboard.
Summary: Works well with my just about to be retired Mogul (PPC 6800). Hopefully it will work with my next phone (also a Windows Mobile device). Uses bluetooth. Software works well on Windows Mobile 6.0 and 6.1.