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  • Half Keyboard

    Heres for all those wanting an itsy-bitsy keyboard.

    http://www.halfkeyboard.com/products/hkbinfo.html

    Its for pda's, but the have it for PC as well (usb connector too ). its 99 bux with 5 shipping.

    a bit pricey, but for those who can't wait for a palm keypad hack it should do!

  • #2
    heres another full size mini keyboard with ps2 connector.
    don't know what the price is, but someone can inquire

    http://ivpgi.com/1accesory.htm

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    • #3
      On that last link theres a really neat Vheicle display/control system.

      I think its like a headunit panel with a 2x40 character lcd built in to it, 20 multifunction buttons. It say it has an rs232 interface (serial) so thats handy to have. Im not really sure if its completely for connecting to a computer or not, it says soemthing about being able to interface with a stock radio.
      Project AutoBoxen: Coming along, almost ready to hook up in the car.
      Celeron 500, 192mb ram, 8gb hdd, other stuff.
      '91 Mazda 626: Its free, so ill use it.

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      • #4
        ROFL a keyboard with a wrist band

        *GEEK ALERT*

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        • #5
          Vehicle Mobile Data Terminal model STX-4000i

          Sent company an email requesting more information on the item

          Would be easy to hack a keyboard to the keypad. 20 functions would be plently enough. Now the LCD might be a chore. But if someone has the cash floating around. Could just replace the LCD with another one that could be run serial

          Probably a very expensive unit
          Awaiting response from email
          "Geeks dont need girlfriends we can ping ourselves"

          Sony Vaio 2Ghz 40G HHD, Routis 2004 GPS, 7" VGA TS Lilliput, BackUp Camera running RoadRunner with Simplistique Skin.

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          • #6
            Wow would that Arm Mount Micro Keyboard be perfect! not for arm mounting, but for in car use, sadly the site was last updated in 1999 and the tel is disconnected. I sent an email & it bounced However I am thinking we are on the right track, perhaps the wearable-computer-people may have some things we can use..
            Anyone read the book Snow Crash.. gargoyles heh heh.

            somone posted something about a hack for that crique keypad that might be worth a shot
            1995 SL stock
            Working On: GMAT
            Given Up On: Custom motorized lcd

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