I have just recieved my new keyboard. It was made to order for the I Opener. It is a full sized, PS2 keyboard just 287mm long by 140mm tall and 29mm thick. It comes in black or ivory. Since I have the black metal case I got the black one. They cost $29.95 from Marlin P. Jones
Its the only small keyboard I have found that was cheap. The keys are full sized but the case is just minimal to surround the board. It is actualy smaller than the keyboard on my Sony VAIO laptop.
There is a version of that keyboard that has an integrated touchpad and that is the version I have, exact same board otherwise. I fit my IO, keyboard and all related paraphrenalia in a case made for a Dell laptop, and take it back and forth to work. Very compact, although the touchpad's not to ergonomics friendly.
Those are pretty cool, but I'm wondering what the heck an emergency 911 key is, in regards to computing. I wish they'd have made those graphics a little bigger, easier to see. I'm looking at their site with a 21" monitor and still can't make out how they're constructed.
I repeat, CHEAP. When you compare to a full sized keyboard its like apples and oranges. Up till I found these the best price for a new ** MINI ** keyboard was over $50. Sure if you want to lug around a full sized keyboard with your "laptop" you can get one for under $10. But the reason I hacked my I-Opener in the first place was to get an inexpensive laptop, not a "Lugable"
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