Bought a Logitech TypeAway keyboard pictured here http://www.evertek.com/LargePic.asp...403-CS-unit.jpg
, which is a bargain, for my Tungsten C. It came with v1. driver which doesn't support OS5. I found an updated version (v2) that supports OS5 http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/s...s/3412&cl=us,en
Then realized that this driver caused conflict with Documents to Go (v10) when you hot sync you get "preferences.c,line:271,Prefdb open". You can type and use the keyboard with no issues- only when you try to hotsync. I researched and found that you can use Igor's G700/typeaway hack driver for Palm OS5 without any issues. You can download it here http://g700.palmoid.com/
. But will expired in two weeks if you don't pay $7.98. It is still useable, but the Caps Lock remained on- you will have to type with the Caps Lock on all times. After a few days of finding another solution I tried the Belkin G700 keyboard driver from Belkin- here http://www.belkin.com/support/artic...aid=4824&scid=0
It works great! I did however notice when the driver is on, it slowed down only Appshelf (however, I have an older version)- but when the driver is off- no worries. I just wanted to share the info since Typeaway keyboards are cheap to buy, usually under $10 and compact. This driver says it supports T/T2/T3/C/W/Zire71/m130/i705 & m500 Series PDAs. This keyboard is a good buy! It was finding the driver for OS5 the tricky part.