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    Best bluetooth keboard?

    Amazon now has the iGO bluetooth keyboard for 30 bucks, that is an awesome price, I heard it works well with the treo, has anyone tried it with the 760?

    I searched the forum and could not find anything on the iG0

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    Craig

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    Quote Originally Posted by cnap923 View Post
    Amazon now has the iGO bluetooth keyboard for 30 bucks, that is an awesome price, I heard it works well with the treo, has anyone tried it with the 760?

    I searched the forum and could not find anything on the iG0

    Thanks
    Craig
    iGo bought out Stowaway - so do a search on that. And I know it works great on the 6600, 6700, Mogul, and Touch. - sheureka
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    Also check into the Apple bluetooth keyboard for $69. Not bad at all.

    Very thin, but not folding.

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    I had a 3-year-old version of this ThinkOutside ultra-slim BT keyboard laying around so I downloaded a more recent driver, paired it up securely, and it works great and automatically re-pairs up again seamlessly. I even get a notification on the screen if my 3-year-old leaves the Caps-Lock key on, LOL.

    iGo Stowaway Ultra-Slim BT KB - Product Information

    Mobility Electronics, Inc.®

    As I've said before here, I'm sure you can find it cheaper elsewhere or get an older used model, and whadayaknow, cnap923 proved this in a dramatic way $30 instead of $150)!

    The name of the zip file I downloaded was called "Think Outside PPC En.zip", which contained a CAB file of the same name. It seems to be the most recent driver (Version 4.52) for the Samsung i730 from April 18, 2007. I haven't noticed any incompatibility with the i760. You can download it from this page:

    Mobility Electronics

    Good luck!
    Last edited by robrecht; 11-25-2007 at 10:35 AM.

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