MSI BK100 Universal Bluetooth Keyboard

msi-bk100-universal-bluetooth-keyboardAnother helpful gadget that will help you when you have to type-in large amount of data.You must only connect via Bluetooth, put the device in the holder and start typing.


Features:

  • Low keycap notebook keyboard with 65 KEYS
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  • Bluetooth SPP Profile
  • Operating frequency: 2.400GHz to 2.4835GHz (79 channels)
  • Operating distance: 7 meters
  • Powered by 2xAAA batteries (included)
  • Compact folding keyboard
  • Dimension: 285 x 98 x 12mm (approx.)
  • Weight: 184g

You can have it for 49.95 $ .

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System Compatibility (manufacturer supplied):

  • Palm Smart Phone and PDA OS version 5.0
  • Microsoft Smartphone 2003 OS
  • Pocket PC 2003 OS/Mobile phone edition 2003/WM 5/WM 6
  • Symbian Smartphone User Interface series 60 and UIQ OS
  • Package Contents:

  • MSI BK100 Foldable Universal Bluetooth Keyboard
  • 2 x AAA Batteries
  • User’s Manual
  • CD Driver

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