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May 1st, 2003


The problem with most PDAs is that there aren’t any remarkable keyboards that you can use with them. Keyboard attachments are either too large, too small, too heavy, or too flimsy. No products really step up to the plate to delivery a really familiar keyboard experience while maintaining portability and durability.

A company called Eleksen may have the answer. They’ve developed a flexible, wireless, fabric keyboard that wraps around your PDA, increasing its bulk only slightly. The keyboard itself can be bent, squashed, and washed and will continue to function properly. It’s really quite impressive.

It may be the first time you don’t have to give up the familiar size of a desktop keyboard or the portability of your PDA.

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