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Wireless keyboard connects to six devices

 AVS GEAR Inc. today announced the debut of the newest addition to the company’s line of Bluetooth  keyboards, the ZIPPY BT-500
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AVS GEAR Inc. today announced the debut of the newest addition to the company’s line of Bluetooth keyboards, the ZIPPY BT-500, which connects to six different Bluetooth devices simultaneously and offers one-touch fast switch technology between all six Bluetooth devices. This compact wireless keyboard has a transmission range up to 10 meters and is compatible with Smartphone devices, PDAs and tablet PCs that are equipped with Bluetooth technology.

Available now at Amazon Amazon.com and Newegg com with an MSRP of $49.99.

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