Care for a keyboard?

A company called PFU released the Happy Hacker cradle that allows you to use a standard PS/2 keyboard with your palm device. On a similar note Microsoft released this keyboard for use with CE and windows desktop machines. ZDNet has an article for further reading on the keyboard device.

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This won't sell...

Dave Weaver @ 11/3/1999 12:15:13 AM #
Why would anyone want to carry a full size keyboard around with them to take notes with on a Palm III? The point is portability, right? Even if you elect to buy a smaller PS2 keyboard to plug into this device, how is that better than a GoType? Anyone see something good that I don't?



Briareos @ 11/3/1999 6:59:44 PM #
I think the idea here is that you could take the cradle with you and use a keyboard that's already at your destination (at your workplace, for example).

portable full-size keyboard

Steve @ 11/5/1999 8:22:41 PM #
neat solution coming 4th Q 1999 from


Full size keyboard dimensions yet it folds in four to about the size of a Palm III. Will do Palms and Visor (CE's a little later).

oops! URL correction

Steve @ 11/5/1999 8:26:58 PM #

Yeah - it's useful

James Neill @ 11/6/1999 5:23:35 AM #
There are plenty of programs for the Palm that don't have a sister program on the desktop to sync with. In this case being able to use a keyboard is easier than Grafitti.


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