By >Akihabara News Team
Jorno: Pocketable Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard
Coming out of Cervantes Mobile LLC is a Bluetooth keyboard with a twist: it’s pocketable, measuring only 3.5×3.5×0.9 in (8.89×8.89×2.3 cm) when folded in half, and weighting only 8.8 oz, or 250 grams. It comes with Bluetooth 2.1 support with EDR, which works with Windows (after XP SP2), OS X (Leopard or later), and a whole list of mobile devices. The full preliminary compatibility list is available at their Support page.
The Jorno will be available in fall 2010 for $99 USD, and pre-orders (for $79!) are being accepted at http://www.jornostore.com/.
“We are thrilled to offer consumers a much-needed portable solution for their touch screen mobile devices,” said Scott Starrett, CEO and Founder, Cervantes Mobile. “We are committed to answering consumers’ demands and providing the most up-to-date solutions.”
The Jorno keyboard folds down to a compact size to easily fit in your pocket or bag, and includes a detachable cradle to hold your device in either portrait or landscape orientation. Bluetooth connectivity allows you to pair the keyboard to your mobile device and position the keyboard anywhere you like. The keyboard is also rigid when unfolded, allowing placement in your lap. With the Jorno Bluetooth Keyboard, you can write emails, take notes and enjoy an efficient, portable way to type on your mobile device.
The Jorno Bluetooth Keyboard will be available early 2011 for $99 MSRP, but can be pre-ordered now for only $79 at www.jornostore.com.