ZDNet's David Berlind checks out FrogPad's 20-key keyboard, which is one-fifth the size of a typical keyboard and requires the use of only one hand
By ZDNet UK
| December 1, 2003 -- 12:25 GMT (04:25 PST)
| Topic: Hardware
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