While there are several keyboard add-ons for your BlackBerry PlayBook already, this is the first official selection of solid keys from BlackBerry. The case-cum-keyboard uses Bluetooth to turn your 7in tablet into a laptop complete with dual-click trackpad and a keyboard battery that can last a month.
While the PlayBook Mini Keyboard won’t charge your tablet like the Asus Transformer Prime, it will let you use the new OS 2.0 like a laptop system, without that pesky on screen keyboard taking up real estate. It even comes with a 128bit encryption so BlackBerry security fans can feel at ease while tapping out their top-secret emails.
You can pre-order the device, which is expected to ship on on April 11, from the US for US$100. Australian availability has yet to be confirmed.
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