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Palm 3169WW Universal Wireless Keyboard

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  • Wireless keyboard compatible with Palm OS, Windows Mobile OS, Pocket PC, and Symbian devices
  • Operates through infrared sensor for reliable wireless connectivity
  • Full QWERTY keyboard with five rows of full-size keys
  • Comes with Windows setup software
  • See product description for list of compatible Palm products
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Product Description

Product Description

KEYB Wireless keyboard Palm Universal wireless leyboard infrared

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The Palm 3169WWZ Wireless Keyboard is compatible with many popular models of Palm OS and Windows Mobile OS devices. Operating through a infrared sensor, the keyboard is wireless and can be folded into a compact, conveniently portable size. It features the generic "QWERTY" format, and its keys can be customized to allow quick navigation and data entry. This makes it possible to access your favorite sites or open frequently-visited files with only a few keystrokes. The keyboard also works with Pocket PC and Symbian units.

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 7.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0003V577C
  • Item model number: 3169WWZ
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (168 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 14, 2004

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

This wireless keyboard just isn't up to Palm standards.
Cajun
The keyboard is small and very sturdy - I was able to place the keyboard on my lap while typing with no issues.
A. M. Roh
The one thing I can say for this little contraption is that it works--sometimes.
Kindle Customer

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

106 of 107 people found the following review helpful By T. Lewis on September 16, 2006
The Palm Wireless Keyboard makes life easier for me. My information/Review is based on my own experience with this keyboard.

Installation: Put the disc in, follow instruction, perform hot sync, and wala! I'm done in 3 minutes. I don't know why others have problem with this.

How to use the keyboard: You have to turn the keyboard on FROM the PDA. On my Palm T|X, I go to the keyboard shortcut and turn it on. Maybe that's why others are having problem. It is not a plug and play type keyboard. You have to turn it ON from the PDA before you can use it. And by the way, your PDA has to be in place and align with the keyboard's IR to turn it on.

Design: C'mon, it's a black keyboard. How different is that from the other keyboards? You're supposed to use this keyboard to make life easier, not to compete in a "who has the prettiest keyboard" competition. The design is no different from a laptop keyboard. I can agree with others that this is not an easy keyboard to use if you are on a meeting trying to type everything. I can type 60+ words per minute on a regular keyboard but maybe 30+ on this keyboard only because I'm not used to it. But if I'm on my own pace I don't even notice.

Stability: I don't have any stability issues with this keyboard. I used this bad boy on the plane, train, school, ship, bus and at home and I never had any stability issues. Unless you are running or experiencing an earthquake, then yeah, stability would be an issue. And remember, this is a PORTABLE KEYBOARD; it folds so you can carry it with you.

Battery: two AAA batteries lasted me 3 months. Not bad at all. No complaints there. And yes, I use this keyboard at least 5 hours a week when I'm in the US and about 7 hours if I'm overseas.
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74 of 77 people found the following review helpful By Matt Sawyers on March 3, 2008
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Compact & Easy to Use
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32 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Jeanne C on February 13, 2006
The keyboard is great, stores easily and great for the classroom or to create a portable mini office. First thing: DO NOT USE THE DISK!!! Download your drivers from the Palm website. You will need the driver that is meant for your model. I have the Palm TX.

Second is that you need to play around with the commands on the keyboard to get it to work. The infrared eye is on the arm. If you flip it up, you can use Your Palm in portrate mode. If you flip it down, you can use the Palm in the right-handed landscape mode. They don't explain this anywhere in the directions.

If you have large hands, this is not a keyboard you would like. It's not quite a full-sized keyboard.

If I didn't have to spend so much time trying to figure it out, I would have given this keyboard a 5. With Documents to Go, you need to add in a command key so you can go straight to that program without using the stylus pen.

Thank you to everyone else that added your comments. I learned more from all of you than the so called directions. The only reason why the direction book is so large is because it's written in several languages.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Thomas Jonsson on March 10, 2006
A very good keyboard that doesn't take very much space when folded, but unfolds to an almost full-sized keyboard. The interface with my device (Palm TX) works very well. I had some small problems in the past using the previous wireless keyboard from Palm with my Tungsten T3, but this works as a dream. Some improvements from the old model:

-A fourth row for numerics

-The IR-arm swings from the right and if you have a PDA that supports landscape viewing and has the IR on top, then you don't even have to release it

-The keyboard now locks open so it doesn't fold on uneven surfaces (still, you won't use this in your lap unless you have something solid underneath it)

-To save on keyboard batteries you can now switch the keyboard off even when it is open, just slide the PDA-cradle to the left along the keyboard (may sound strange to anyone who hasn't seen the unfolding solution). When slid into OFF the folding lock also releases, which I like since the unlock button isn't very handy.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Naomi Schoenfeld on April 23, 2006
What a wonderful little keyboard! Sleek, compact, lightweight and quite comfortable to type on.

Within two minutes of opening the box it was up and running with my T5 - one minute to download the software (word of advice... /never/ use a CD that comes with any electronic device till you've checked the website for an update), one to sync and restart, and voila. The infrared works flawlessly in both upright and landscape. The number keys are easy to reach, and don't require any special key to access.

Some issues other reviewers mentioned:

1) The software. Yep, the CD was out of date. It generally is, what with the pace of patches and updates these days. It's not like companies can yank all their stock from the shelves for repackaging every time they patch. Make a habit of downloading software for any new device, and this one goes away.

2) Stability. No, this little keyboard isn't meant to be balanced on your knee while driving cross-country (did you honestly think it was?), but it's just fine for picking up and carrying across the room to a different table.

3) The '?' key. It is indeed on the 'wrong' side of the shift key, but this is a design advantage, not a flaw. It allows them to build in arrow keys while keeping the shift right where it belongs - under my pinky. Within a few sentences of practice I was used to the new position, and liking it.

Looking forward to leaving the laptop at home!
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