you find the keyboard and a driver CD, pretty basic
stuff. Of course, I canít really think of anything
else that they could have bundled with it aside from
a slipcover or something to protect it from scratches
and dings since it is meant to be carried around in
either a briefcase or pocket.
keyboard in its folded state is pretty compact measuring
just >>>>>>>>> and weighing
just seven ounces.
the keyboard is reminiscent of James Bond or Inspector
Gadget. The lid flips open creating a cradle for the
PDA and with a pull on either side, two thirds slide
out and the center section of the keyboard pops up
and into place. Just give a little push back together
and it locks in place as a full QWERTY keyboard complete
with hotkeys. Once fully extended the keyboard measures
>>>>>> and still weighs just seven
ounces. In reality it is just slightly smaller than
the keyboard on my wifeís 12Ē VAIO laptop, which is
impressive for a device that folds to just >>>>>>>.
is a place on the backside to plug in your power adapter
so that you can spend as long as you like typing away.
In fact, just to prove a point I wrote the first draft
of this review on my PDA using the G700 sitting at
a local café sipping coffee instead of at the
decrepit desk in the stinking cubicle that Wayne has
set up for me in the basement of his mansion. He keeps
promising me better office space, but says that I
need to pull my weight a bit more before I can even
open the windows down there
So on to the objective testing part of the review.