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Bluetooth keyboard is necessary for mobile?

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That old idea is so old.

What can I say. It's one old and bad idea. It's been kicked around for decades now and all the same reasons haunt it.

The only folk that talk about it now are the folk that are new or the developers.

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I love my keyboard.

If I have a mobile device, I probably would have one of those keyboard. Touching the screen just don't have the same feel.

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