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Nokia Wireless Keyboard SU-8W Review

0. phoneArena 28 Nov 2007, 03:14 posted on

Regardless of the fact that there are a number of devices with inbuilt QWERTY keyboard, you will certainly not find another one offering the same writing convenience as the model under review. If you often have to write messages or reply to received e-mails, using your Nokia smartphone, you will probably be interested in Nokia Wireless Keyboard SU-8W.

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posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:55

1. Steve K. (unregistered)


I have had this keyboard for 1 month now, and while I believe that it is well constructed, I find it somewhat unpleasant to use. The key spacing is just slightly to narrow to touch type comfortably. I wish Nokia had made the keyboard slightly larger, then I would have no serious complaint. Also, with the phone holder attached to the keyboard, there is insufficient room to type on the top left row of keys without risking the N95. I just bought an iGO Stowaway ultra-slim keyboard, which avoids the difficulties that I just mentioned.

posted on 16 Nov 2010, 02:00

2. Sebastian25 (unregistered)


The phone cradle can be popped out easily without damaging it. Just slide the cradle a little bit faster when you open it. Now you can put it away from the keyboard, to have room for typing.

posted on 26 Nov 2010, 12:18

3. Sebastian25 (unregistered)


I tried to connect my SU-8W to a Macintosh and it is working good. The left and right selection keys are recognized as Tab and the middle key, the menu key and the mail key are inactive.

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