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Top 6 innovative keyboards

Bangalore: Keyboards are considered as the most alluring accessories of our PC's, tablets and smartphones. Various vendors have now flooded into the market with innovative and stylish looking keyboards. 

Here are some of the keyboards who looked different from its elite.


1. iGo Stowaway Ultra-Slim Bluetooth Keyboard 
It works wonders for almost any device that has Bluetooth. It has genuine features like full-size 18 mm spacing between keys which allows you to quickly type email, memos, or surf the web in optimum comfort. Its unique design allows it to easily fit in a pocket or purse, so you can take it everywhere, yet opens to a full size keyboard when you need it. It is compatible with pocket PC devices with integrated Bluetooth iPAQ 1945, 2215, 4155, 4355, 5100, 5150, 5450, 5455, 5550 and 5555 series models; Dell Axim x3 series models. It is also compatible with any pocket PC devices which has a Socket Bluetooth SD or CF card. It is available at a price of  9000. 

2. Wow-Keys by Omnio
One of the unique and amazing features about this keyboard is that it is 1.6-pound wireless keyboard which gets charged from sunlight or indoor lighting, hence it never uses 
batteries. You can download software to monitor the charge level and measure available room lighting. You can also program keys for quick access to e-mail and your desktops search window and calculator. It is available at a price of  3600. 

3. Smartfish Reflex
It is an awesome keyboard as it is of great help for people with repetitive stress injuries. It is designed to reduce wrist strain. After 2,500 clicks, a motor moves the two to rays slightly to the right or left so your hands don not stay in the same position all day. You will like the keyboard's flat, Chiclet-style keys. It is available at a price of  6750. 
4. Mini Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard
Mini Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard has built-in rechargeable Li-ion battery and colour LED for working status indication. It has built-in intelligent power m 
anage software for power conservation and it works with iPad/iPhone4.0 OS/PS3/PC/Smart Phone/HTPC. It has compatible mobile OS: Google Android, OS Windows Mobile, OS Nokia Symbian, OS iPhone 4.0. It is available at  555.75. 

5. Luxeed U7 Dynamic Pixel LED Keyboard
Each key on this 1.75-pound keyboard can be programmed to light up in one of seven colors.One can assign colors to commonly used keys, for instance, the Tab 
or Return buttons to make them stand out, or color-code an entire bank of keys. You can create up to four preset color schemes and toggle among them with the press of a button. It cost around  5850. 

6. Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K750
This 1.6-pound wireless keyboard gets charged from sunlight or indoor lighting, so it does not need batteries. One can download software to monitor th 
e charge level and measure available room lighting. You can also program keys for quick access to e-mail and your desktops search window and calculator. It is available at a price of  3600. 

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