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Giveaway: Favi Entertainment Mini Bluetooth Keyboard
Friday, March 15, 2013 @ 8:03pm

Since the era of the touchscreen began, there has been much debate about software keyboards vs. physical keyboards, and there are many instances where both can be very handy. For the times when a software keyboard just isn't enough, Favi Entertainment has created a mini Bluetooth keyboard that makes life a little bit easier. Electronista has one to give away, read on for more information about this Bluetooth keyboard by Favi Entertainment, and how you can enter to win.



The Favi Entertainment Bluetooth Mini Keyboard features a full QWERTY keyboard with backlit keys, a built-in touchpad mouse, Android buttons, music/video hotkeys and a built-in laser pointer. FAVI's screen swipe touchpad offers fast and fluid navigation. The touchpad features full mouse control as well as "tap to click" and page scroll. It would be ideal for office presentations with its built-in laser pointer and PowerPoint slide buttons. The unit connects with nearly all Bluetooth-ready devices, and a Bluetooth USB receiver is included for expanded connectivity options. The Favi Entertainment Bluetooth Mini Keyboard retails for $80 at FaviEntertainment.com. To enter, click here, agree to our terms and conditions, and answer one skill-testing question. Mailing list signup is required to be selected -- if you have already signed up for a mailing list, please place a check in the box next to the list you have signed up for. The giveaway is open to US residents, and closes on March 25, 2013.

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