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Brando’s Super Tiny USB Keyboard

Super Tiny Keyboard (Images courtesy Brando.com.hk)
By Andrew Liszewski

If you’ve gotten used to the tiny keyboard on the Asus EEE and for some reason would like to have the same cramped typing experience on your desktop PC, you’ll want to pick up this Super Tiny Keyboard available from Brando for $25. At just 6.6 inches wide I wholeheartedly agree with the ‘Tiny’ part, but I think ‘Super Tiny’ should be reserved for the type of ‘keyboards’ used on Casio Databank watches. But that’s just my opinion. The keyboard manages to cram 56 keys into its small form factor, including caps lock, num lock and function keys, and features a mini-USB connector on the back. And while I appreciate Brando providing a photo of the keyboard next to the iPhone for size comparison, since it’s lacking bluetooth or any kind of wireless connection, there’s absolutely no way to actually use it in lieu of the iPhone’s own software keyboard.

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  • Ace

    Yeah. Remember to put the Caps Lock key in there. Very important. Way to go.

    Wait… where is it? I can't see it, but the text says so.

  • a

    I believe it is a function key press, possible the S key.

  • Glenn

    This would be cool if it had Bluetooth and the keys were bigger than on my BB 8320 Curve. It's hard to type e-mail on the Curve with my fat fingers!

  • http://digg.com/design/Any_languages_keyboard keyboard

    here is interestig idea.All languahe keyboard
    http://digg.com/design/Any_languages_keyboard

  • http://www.austechnews.blogspot.com SuperRoach

    Could this be used on smart phones? For example, the n96 with its mini usb connection as well. If so, excellent alternative to the ir keyboards which are over $100.

  • http://www.austechnews.blogspot.com SuperRoach

    Could this be used on smart phones? For example, the n96 with its mini usb connection as well. If so, excellent alternative to the ir keyboards which are over $100.

  • http://www.austechnews.blogspot.com SuperRoach

    Could this be used on smart phones? For example, the n96 with its mini usb connection as well. If so, excellent alternative to the ir keyboards which are over $100.