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one of the nice things about working for motorola is the fact that i get toys. toys like my new, java-enabled i85s and access to enough developer resources to get myself into as much trouble as possible. but, as we all know, the problem with phones as multi-modal information appliances is that pesky interface. it's just so...cumbersome. so it comes as a great relief that we can all use the newly released phone keyboard:
"Trying to overcome one of the bigger obstacles preventing consumer acceptance of the wireless Net, Motorola MOT said Monday that it has released what it claims is the first foldable keyboard for Net-ready mobile phones.

Besides standard keyboard functions, the keyboard also enables users to perform phone-related tasks such as adjusting volume, activating the speaker phone and turning off the phone, the company said. The full-sized keyboard folds into a package that measures 5 inches by 3.5 inches by .75 inches."
priced at $100, i'm sure it'll be on all the christmas wishlists this year.
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8/07/2001 11:13:00 PM 0 comments


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