July 6, 2009

Kensington PocketType Keyboard

Kensington PocketType KeyboardKensington, manufacturers of computer accessories, wanted a compact yet fully functional keyboard that would easily snap onto a range of Handspring PDA’s. White Box Design’s key challenges for the PocketType design were size – how could a standard QWERTY keyboard and scroll wheel fit so that it is easy and comfortable to use, and attachment – the PDA had not been designed to allow for attachments along the bottom edge. The PocketType received a rave review from LA Times technology writer Mark Kneller, who praised its superior design and ease of use.