Need a Bluetooth keyboard for use with your smartphone, iPad, or other device? The new Jorno keyboard from Cervantes Mobile LLC may be just what you need. The Jorno folds up to the size of a deck of cards, so you could even carry it in a pocket. When opened, the keys are about 85% full-size. It comes with a detachable cradle that can support your device in portrait or landscape orientation. A kickstand on the back even allows the cradle to be used without the keyboard, so you don’t have to carry a separate stand for your device. The Jorno keyboard uses Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, and it has a rechargeable lithium ion battery that can go up about a month between charges. The keyboard will work with a variety of Bluetooth HID-enabled devices, including Apple iOS, Android, Windows Mobile, RIM, and Symbian devices. The Jorno is priced at $99.99, but you can pre-order for $79.99 through October 31. The Jorno is expected to ship this fall.
Jorno Folding Bluetooth Keyboard
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Reminds me of the good old days with the ThinkOutside Stowaway keyboards. I actually found a newer Bluetooth version in my drawer that works perfectly with my iPad.
@Julie I’ve looked at Stowaways on eBay, but even used ones are expensive. Butch uses the Apple Bluetooth keyboard with his iPad. It works great, but it’s too big for my bag, and it requires a separate stand.