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    Text Easier With This 3D Printed Palm-fitted Keyboard

    If you don't like the keys on your smartphone for texting, you can always rig up a Portable Palm Keyboard (PPK), hacking it for Bluetooth and USB capabilities. The PPK keyboard is relatively inexpensive ($20), and uses little power. It's also folds up to be about as small as an Altoid container, and can fit into your pocket easily. The 3D printable OpenSCAD parts are available in these instructions. Before you know it, you can own your own alternative to the smartphone keypad, rendering you a much happier person who texts obsessively. Check out more details at 3DPrint.com: http://3dprint.com/95517/3d-printable-texting-keyboard/

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    Add Wolfie on Thingiverse
    Palm is still in business?

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    Student Abrahwany's Avatar
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    I want to try and buy a keyboard like this one. Is here someone that had one in the past? I know that this is 5 years old.. I just want someone to tell me how feels this keyboard.

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    I found them on amazon. You can buy one for 26 $. I think that you won't find someone that has it or had it in the past. Buy one for yourself and come back later with feedback. Do you collect them? It is an old keyboard with some old features that were invented by someone who had too much free time and an idea in his mind. I own a couple of old keyboards that are a little bit broken and I tried to repair them but with no success. I have read here https://www.theedgesearch.com/2020/0...ut-laptop.html and it is possible to find a repair shop to fix them. Do you have any information?
    Last edited by AndrewAve; 09-16-2020 at 02:00 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewAve View Post
    I found them on amazon. You can buy one for 26 $. I think that you won't find someone that has it or had it in the past. Buy one for yourself and come back later with feedback. Do you collect them? It is an old keyboard with some old features that were invented by someone who had too much free time and an idea in his mind. I own a couple of old keyboards that are a little bit broken and I tried to repair them but with no success. I have read here https://www.theedgesearch.com/2020/0...ut-laptop.html and it is possible to find a repair shop to fix them. Do you have any information?
    I hope it will be a good acquisition as my budget is limited

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