Saitek launches a personal digital assistant keyboard next month, created by Factory Design and the company’s in-house design team. The keyboard is 100mm wide when closed and doubles to 200mm when open. It has been developed because PDAs are becoming more versatile, and is designed to ‘blend comfortable ergonomics with stylish appearance’, according to Factory Design creative director Adrian Berry, and will work with the Compaq iPAQ and the Palm Pilot. The keyboard will be available in the US and UK from October and worldwide by the end of the year, and will cost £35.
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