SnapNType Keyboard Available for Samsung Smartphone

TT Tech Limited has released the SnapNType T121 thumb-board, a clip-on keyboard for the Samsung SPH-I300 Palm OS smartphone. The T121 snaps on to the bottom of SPH-I300, allowing users to type emails and SMS messages with a QWERTY keyboard. It is available now for $60.

The keyboard clips onto the HotSync port of the I300, covering the hardware buttons and the microphone, and allowing the user to type with their thumbs. It doesn't require a battery.

Though the T121 covers the hardware buttons, it includes replacement buttons for them.

Its driver has a small built-in app called the FaceBoard, which lets users quickly enter emoticons in their emails and SMS messages. It is also the way some less-used punctuation is typed.

TT Tech Limited makes versions of the SnapNType for the Palm m500 series and the Visor line.

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abosco @ 5/23/2002 6:33:27 PM #
Is it just me or does that keyboard destroy the fine form factor of the i300? It looks so fat!

Double that Yuk
I.M. Anonymous @ 5/23/2002 6:42:47 PM #
Things like this make even an overstuffed Treo look attractive...

RE: Yuk
I.M. Anonymous @ 5/23/2002 7:59:31 PM #
Nice thing about it though is that after you're done with it, the phone can "lose the weight", so to speak...