Freedom Mini Bluetooth Keyboard for Cellphones Finally Available

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We remember wanting a piece of this Freedom Mini action way back when it was announced last year, but not being able to find it anywhere. But good news shoppers, it's finally available from X-TremeGeek for $84.97.

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To recap, the Freedom Mini is a Bluetooth mini-keyboard for cellphones and PDAs that don't have a built-in keyboard. It's about the length and width of a credit card, but the thickness of five credit cards. Check their site for a complete list of compatible devices.

Product Page [X-TremeGeek via Chip Chick]

DISCUSSION

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Sean Harrington

I think the best use is for taking notes or for folks who'd like to use their WM5 keyboard-less BT units to replace their laptops in meetings, or anywhere they can park for, like 20 minutes once or twice a day.

I tried to do the same thing five years ago with the folding keyboard for the Palm (now also updated with BT), but I had to wait for synch. Now, with the built-in Outlook/POP3/SMTP client in WM5, that makes it more usable.

Make one for $50, and I'm there.