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Article Proporta announce Bluetooth Keyboard

Proporta have announced the availability of their Bluetooth keyboard. Priced at £70 or €100 the keyboard includes drivers for both UIQ and Series 60. The keyboard is unusual in that it has a full row of number keys, making typing a little bit more like a full sized keyboard. Proporta also carry a number of cases for various Smartphones.

Proporta Media Release

After seven years and with over 400 PDA accessories in its lineup, Proporta has underlined its role as a PDA Solutions Provider (and not ‘just another case maker’) with the release of the new Bluetooth Freedom Keyboard – which allows the user to type onto a mobile device without removing it from its case (ideal for use with the Proporta Crystal Case).

Director, Guy Monson, explained: “After releasing a number of Aluminium Cases, Aluminium-Lined Leather Cases and Crystal ‘clear’ Cases for the new PDA’s and Smartphones, and unveiling the rewritten TomeRaider 3 e-reference viewer (www.tomeraider.com), we decided the Proporta lineup needed a decent Bluetooth keyboard. We’ve been evaluating various models for some time and we feel that the Freedom Keyboard is in a different league – in terms of its usability, compatibility and price. The coming months will see us choosing the best of the best products from around the world to add to our updated e-commerce site at www.proporta.com.”

As part of its commitment to an increased variety of products on its huge online store, Proporta has also recently added the popular PayPal option to its site along with the option to pay by bank transfer at no cost. Details are on the checkout pages of the Proporta site.

After testing countless PDA and Smartphone keyboards, this is by far the most functional and easy to use version, offering unparalleled value for money. Priced at just $119.95 or £69.95/€99.89 (inc. VAT) the Bluetooth Freedom Keyboard offers the convenience of a full QWERTY keyboard (with AZERTY and other European language versions also available) whilst remaining lightweight, tough and compact. Proporta is all about protection so it will come as no surprise that they ship this keyboard with its own protective case.

Compatible with all Bluetooth enabled devices, the Bluetooth Freedom Keyboard comes with drivers for all leading PDA’s and Smartphones including Pocket PC, PalmOS and Symbian. Proporta is promising to make more drivers available as they are requested.

Unlike rival keyboards, the Bluetooth Freedom Keyboard features number keys along with function keys which offer keyboard-controlled navigation through applications on the mobile device without the need to touch the screen. These features position the Bluetooth Freedom Keyboard far closer than its competitors to the benchmark set by the full-sized keyboard.
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Compatible with 9300/9500?

Hi, Could you please let me know if this is compatible with the 9300/9500 series 80 phones? Or with those $20 drivers I've read about?
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Proporta have announced the availability of their Bluetooth keyboard. Priced at £70 or €100 the keyboard includes drivers for both UIQ and Series 60. The keyboard is unusual in that it has a full row of number keys, making typing a little bit more like a full sized keyboard. Proporta also carry a number of cases for various Smartphones.

Proporta Media Release

After seven years and with over 400 PDA accessories in its lineup, Proporta has underlined its role as a PDA Solutions Provider (and not ‘just another case maker’) with the release of the new Bluetooth Freedom Keyboard – which allows the user to type onto a mobile device without removing it from its case (ideal for use with the Proporta Crystal Case).

Director, Guy Monson, explained: “After releasing a number of Aluminium Cases, Aluminium-Lined Leather Cases and Crystal ‘clear’ Cases for the new PDA’s and Smartphones, and unveiling the rewritten TomeRaider 3 e-reference viewer (www.tomeraider.com), we decided the Proporta lineup needed a decent Bluetooth keyboard. We’ve been evaluating various models for some time and we feel that the Freedom Keyboard is in a different league – in terms of its usability, compatibility and price. The coming months will see us choosing the best of the best products from around the world to add to our updated e-commerce site at www.proporta.com.”

As part of its commitment to an increased variety of products on its huge online store, Proporta has also recently added the popular PayPal option to its site along with the option to pay by bank transfer at no cost. Details are on the checkout pages of the Proporta site.

After testing countless PDA and Smartphone keyboards, this is by far the most functional and easy to use version, offering unparalleled value for money. Priced at just $119.95 or £69.95/€99.89 (inc. VAT) the Bluetooth Freedom Keyboard offers the convenience of a full QWERTY keyboard (with AZERTY and other European language versions also available) whilst remaining lightweight, tough and compact. Proporta is all about protection so it will come as no surprise that they ship this keyboard with its own protective case.

Compatible with all Bluetooth enabled devices, the Bluetooth Freedom Keyboard comes with drivers for all leading PDA’s and Smartphones including Pocket PC, PalmOS and Symbian. Proporta is promising to make more drivers available as they are requested.

Unlike rival keyboards, the Bluetooth Freedom Keyboard features number keys along with function keys which offer keyboard-controlled navigation through applications on the mobile device without the need to touch the screen. These features position the Bluetooth Freedom Keyboard far closer than its competitors to the benchmark set by the full-sized keyboard.
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