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Go Type keyboard for Palm Pilot

I have Go-Type keyboard from Landware (P/N 1121) what versions of palm polits is it compatable with ????

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According to amazon.com, the 1121 is for the PalmPilot and Palm III. I have a later GoType and the model number is 2500. On the bottom where it's got the P/N it says "for Palm III/VI". Landware is still in business, but only selling software these days. You could try emailing them to verify Amazon's info and find out if your keyboard works with any other devices, such as the Handspring PDAs or the short-lived TRGPro.

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