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    Flexible USB keyboards

    http://www.digitalww.com/fx200_Orange.htm

    What do you guys think of these?

    12" x 4" x 2.5mm very small and flexible

    $45 shipped for mp3car members

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    Well, considering I'm thinking of dropping the whole MAME thing because of speed issues, this looks like a very nice keyboard. I love the colors. Do they come in clear? I'd like to do a back lit MOD to it.

    One of the pics show different keys...Do you have different models?
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    Originally posted by Defiler
    Well, considering I'm thinking of dropping the whole MAME thing because of speed issues, this looks like a very nice keyboard. I love the colors. Do they come in clear? I'd like to do a back lit MOD to it.

    One of the pics show different keys...Do you have different models?
    For now these only come in Orange and Grey. The squire buttons that you see are from a Bluetooth keyboard thatís coming out later this year. It will be a little bigger but still flexible

    Armen

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    Do you need a hard surface for them to work effectively?
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    i have a similar one of these and like it alot. Most of the time i don't need a keyboard so it stays rolled up in the seat back pocket then i just throw it on the dash or seat next to me when i need to type. As far as a "hard" surface. No just something to throw it on to keep it unfurled and relativly flat is good enough.

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    Originally posted by bosstone74
    Do you need a hard surface for them to work effectively?
    Like Dustin said, it will work almost anywhere. Very easy to use.

    Armen

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    small keyboards

    hey all.
    These keyboards are neat. I was wondering if anyone has found even smaller ones?
    my idea is to hinge and place the keyboard inside the slide out drink holder in my truck.

    Would be cool!

    ~mongrat

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    remember you don't want anything too small. If you can't freely type on it its really no good. Try getting something a little bigger and installing it on your sunvisor.

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    noooo, i want small smallll.
    i dont plan on using the small keyboard much. just maybe to enter an address into the carputer, in which i would be not drving.....

    ~mong

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    at that point then why not just go with an onscreen kb??

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