US startup Think Outside has won two awards in the Consumer Electronics Show's Innovations 2000 competition for its Stowaway Portable keyboard.
The product, designed for use with handheld computers, can fold up to the size of a handheld organiser and weighs less than half a pound.
The keyboard will, according to the company, enhance handheld organisers' capabilities by enabling users to type emails, take notes and send faxes.
Bob Olodort, chief executive of Think Outside, predicts that the keyboard will "change computing lives for the better."
Think Outside has versions of Stowaway for all Palm and Handspring connected organisers and selected Windows CE computers.
The Innovations 2000 awards honours the consumer electronics industry's best and most innovative companies and products for design, engineering and software. The Stowaway keyboard received an Innovations accolade and a Best of Show prize in the computer hardware category.
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