Digital keyboards seem to be the big thing now-a-days. That has a lot to do with Apple’s iPhone (did you hear? Over 600,000 iPhone 4s pre-ordered!), and of course there’s plenty more out there for anyone to use, and get accustomed to. But, sometimes you just need to feel those physical keys under your fingers, and we completely understand where you’re coming from. Don’t want a thick phone? Maybe it’s time you look at a Bluetooth keyboard. Don’t want a full-sized one? Here’s your perfect middle-ground, then.
The Lapara Mini Bluetooth keyboard looks, without a shadow of a doubt, miniature. We won’t say that it looks unusable, only because we haven’t had any time to actually play with one, but from the looks of those keys, we’re hoping there’s plenty of feedback with each press. But, maybe getting something this small, and something that works with the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Android devices, Windows Mobile, and Symbian S60 is worthwhile to you.
The key here is the Bluetooth connectivity. That means you’ll actually be able to sync the keyboard up to anything that supports Bluetooth, and the correct Bluetooth profile. That means you’ll be able to hook up the keyboard with your PS3, too, if you have one. There’s no word on pricing or availability quite yet, but hopefully it’s not too long from now. We love us our mini-tech.