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Old 11-10-2007, 08:32 AM   #1 (permalink)
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My first post here and I'm gonna start it off my asking if the frogpad can be used on the blackberry?
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Old 11-10-2007, 09:04 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Frogpad, ergonomic keyboards, left handed keyboard, ergonomic keyboard, bluetooth keyboard

Maybe if you are not locked out by an IT policy. If you are not working for a company and using their BB server then assuming it supports BT it should work but why not ask them?
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"FrogPadxxx8482; is a standard USB plug-and-play keyboard and can be used with wearable PC's, Tablets, DeskTops, Laptops, Linux, and MACs (OS 9) and above. It has a cable connector for both a standard PC and all USB host applications. The Bluetooth FrogPadxxx8482; will interface to all Bluetooth MACxxx8217;s and PCxxx8217;s and we have beta drivers for Mobile phones and PDAxxx8217;s."

I also asked them. They replied that BB is SPP while the Frogpad runs on windows mobile 5 or linux.

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