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Cervantes mobile unveils Jorno folding Bluetooth keyboard

Jorno keyboard won't land until next year

Shane McGlaun | Sep 22, 2010 at 10:04 am CDT (0 mins, 52 secs time to read)

When it comes to typing on some devices like smartphones and tablets that lack a physical keyboard the process can be tedious for some users who want real keys, not virtual ones. If you use an iPad, iPhone, or an Android device a new keyboard is on the way from a company called Cervantes Mobile. The keyboard is dubbed the Jorno and is wireless.

Cervantes mobile unveils Jorno folding Bluetooth keyboard | TweakTown.com

The keyboard is specifically noted to work with Android devices, the iPhone, and iPad, but considering the thing uses Bluetooth I would bet more devices than those noted would support the thing. The folding keyboard has a QWERTY layout and when it is laid flat, it is rigid. The keyboard should make it easier for some users to type.

It ships with a dock that will hold your device in either portrait or landscape modes while you type. The Jorno is being unveiled early, it's not set to launch until early 2011. The company is taking pre-orders on the keyboard right now at $79. The keyboard will sell for $99 once it launches.

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