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    Yes they are. My hands are huge, and I still can type on it.....with my thumbs..
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    Yep, my hands are quite big too, but I just luv this little keyboard - picked it up Down Under for around Aud $140-, so all-in-all not a bad price!

    Now I need to find a nice neoprene sleeve for it......
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    Getting tempted as well in getting this.. Looks like d3ll upped the price for these now.

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    Got mine yesterday. It's so nice and works so well, I'm going to have a hard time keeping it in the car and not on my coffee table controlling my media pc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by danielkh View Post
    Got mine yesterday. It's so nice and works so well, I'm going to have a hard time keeping it in the car and not on my coffee table controlling my media pc.
    crap, now I might have to get 2 of them
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    I got a demo unit from the MP3Store to check out. It is a REALLY slick little keyboard! The size, the clamshell cover, and back lighting make it just perfect for the CarPC! The its a perfect little "thumbs" keyboard. Very responsive, and actually can type pretty quick on it.

    The Mp4Car store is planning to stock these keyboards soon as far as I know.

    This image gives a good idea of just how nice and compact it really is:

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    So how's the mouse control on this little guy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rgarjr View Post
    So how's the mouse control on this little guy?
    My experience is very good. It is accurate and easy to use.
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    I think I might pick one up since a local store is selling them for $140 CAD. Does anyone know if you can use the supplied bluetooth dongle to pair up with other bluetooth devices? eg. pair up the phone for use in centrafuse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nobb View Post
    I think I might pick one up since a local store is selling them for $140 CAD. Does anyone know if you can use the supplied bluetooth dongle to pair up with other bluetooth devices? eg. pair up the phone for use in centrafuse.
    It's definitely worth the price.

    I doubt it on the dongle. The one that comes with the keyboard is more like a "virtual cable" between the keyboard and the computer, independant of software. It doesn't pair the same. You push a red button on the keyboard and the dongle and they pair automatically. I haven't checked to see if the dongle even shows up in bluetooth hardware.
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