Nokia wireless Bluetooth keyboard

14 June, 2004 | Comments (1) | Post your comment

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To make entering text on mobile phone applications ranging from calendar entries and notes to e-mail and text messaging faster and easier, Nokia today introduced the portable, practical Nokia Wireless Keyboard. Bluetooth technology connects this wireless full-QWERTY keyboard to the compatible phones based on the Series 60 platform, including the Nokia 7610 phone which began shipping this month, and the Nokia 6630, and Nokia 6260 phones, both announced today.

The Nokia Wireless Keyboard is optimized for heavy use of text-based applications in the mobile phones and includes a full-QWERTY keyboard, four directional arrow keys and short cut keys to speed up access to the main terminal menu and messaging applications including SMS, email and more.

The Nokia Wireless Keyboard is powered by two AAA batteries enabling an operating time of up to 50 hours, weighs only 190 grams and measures 262 x 87 x 13 mm when open and 133 x 87 x 19 mm when folded.

The Nokia Wireless Keyboard is expected to be available in the European, Asia-Pacific and Americas markets during the fourth quarter 2004 at a retail price of approximately €135 excluding local taxes.

Additionally, Nokia today also announced the Nokia Video Call Stand, Music Stand and Camera Flash.

Nokia Video Call Stand is a stylish, adjustable stand with integrated video camera and built-in zoom. It makes the promise of 3G-network video telephony a reality when used with the Nokia 6630 smartphone.

Nokia Music Stand offers good sound quality for compatible phones with a built-in FM radio or MP3 player. Other features include input for external audio devices, handsfree operation for conference calls and charging. The Nokia Music Stand is planned to be available during the fourth quarter of 2004, and expected to retail for approximately €70 excluding local taxes.

Nokia Camera Flash is a lightweight, compact enhancement for Nokia 7610 or 6630 imaging phone. It attaches directly to the phone’s Pop-Port, so there are no cables or wires required. The flash has a separate battery and can flash up to 200 times when the battery is fully charged


 

 

Nokia wireless Bluetooth keyboard - reader comments

  • ADINARAYANA MURTHY

what is the cost of the key board plz mail to me.

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