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Mobility Electronics is now offering four portable Bluetooth keyboards under the iGo brand. The keyboards, which each fold up to a case, have full-sized keys, as well as four and five rows. They are designed to provide an alternative for smartphone users who do extensive e-mailing and typing.
iGo offers the following four portable Bluetooth keyboards and software suites for smartphone users:
The iGo Stowaway Ultra-Slim Bluetooth keyboard offers a 100 percent, full-sized four-row keyboard. It weighs less than 6 ounces and has a $149 suggested retail.
The iGo Stowaway Bluetooth keyboard offers a 100 percent, full-sized, five-row keyboard. It weighs 6 ounces and has a $129 suggested retail.
The iGo Stowaway Bluetooth keyboard for BlackBerry has a 100 percent, full-sized, five-row keyboard and weighs 7 ounces. It has a $99.99 suggested retail.
Finally, the iGo Stowaway infrared keyboard features a 100 percent, full-sized, four-row keyboard and weighs less than 6 ounces. It has a $69.99 suggested retail.
All are now available.
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