Any experience with iGO stowaway BT keyboard?

Marcus Bauer marcus.bauer at
Tue Mar 4 12:16:52 CET 2008

I got it from amazon uk (qwerty) without the Dell branding and it works
like a charme. Just switch on bluetooth and then do

 hidd --search

That's it. 

If there are plenty of other BT things around you, go with

 hidd --connect BT-MAC-OF-KEYBOARD

Apart from being careful when opening and closing it, the keys work
really well, nice touch - you can type pretty fast.


On Tue, 2008-03-04 at 11:55 +0100, David Samblas Martinez wrote:
> I was dreaming/whishing/fantasizing about owning a
> Freerunner and I finally decide that for a lot of
> funny things(make long documents, programing, be more
> geeker, etc..) it will be very recomendable to have an
> external Keyboard, but as portable as the Neo itself
> so. I was googling and I have found this affordable BT
> keyboard (in spanish layout also :))  
> I have found no any reference in linux about
> compatibility(or lack of it) so if any one has
> experience or has a Neo and want to try If it works I
> maybe buy one of this  before the phone  

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