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posted 2016-01-21 17:46:21 +0300

Unfortunately, I'm afraid it's of little interest: the current Jolla phone is in its final phase, and very unlikely to be replaced with a compatible one. The TOH concept was a brilliant idea, but never established as a standard, never developed into a wide range of useful peripherals, only fancy coloured back covers. A dead idea.

Unfortunately, I'm afraid it's of little interest: interest (for you): the current Jolla phone is in its final phase, and very unlikely to be replaced with a compatible one. The TOH concept was a brilliant idea, but never established as a standard, never developed into a wide range of useful peripherals, only fancy coloured back covers. A dead idea.

Unfortunately, I'm afraid it's of little interest (for you): the current Jolla phone is in its final phase, and very unlikely to be replaced with a compatible one. The TOH concept was a brilliant idea, but never established as a standard, never developed into a wide range of useful peripherals, only fancy coloured back covers. A dead idea.

On the other had, perhaps many users would be interested by a wireless HW small size keyboard that would be really working with any SFOS port, any device. This is essentially a software job.

Unfortunately, I'm afraid it's of little interest (for you): the current Jolla phone is in its final phase, and very unlikely to be replaced with a compatible one. The TOH concept was a brilliant idea, but never established as a standard, never developed into a wide range of useful peripherals, only fancy coloured back covers. A dead idea.

On the other had, hand, perhaps many users would be interested by a wireless HW small size keyboard that would be really working with any SFOS port, any device. This is essentially a software job.job for existing hardware.

Unfortunately, I'm afraid it's of little interest (for you): the current Jolla phone is in its final phase, and very unlikely to be replaced with a compatible one. The TOH concept was a brilliant idea, but never established as a standard, never developed into a wide range of useful peripherals, only fancy coloured back covers. A dead idea.

On the other hand, perhaps many users would be interested by a wireless HW small size keyboard that would be really working with any SFOS port, any device. This is essentially a software job for existing hardware.hardware.

Unfortunately, I'm afraid it's of little interest (for you): the current Jolla phone is in its final phase, and very unlikely to be replaced with a compatible one. The TOH concept was a brilliant idea, but never established as a standard, never developed into a wide range of useful peripherals, only fancy coloured back covers. A dead idea.

On the other hand, perhaps many users would be interested by a wireless HW small size HW keyboard that would be really working with any SFOS port, any device. This is would be essentially a software job intended for existing hardware.

Unfortunately, I'm afraid it's of little interest (for you): the current Jolla phone is in its final phase, and very unlikely to be replaced with a compatible one. The TOH concept was a brilliant idea, but never established as a standard, never developed into a wide range of useful peripherals, only fancy coloured back covers. A dead idea.

On the other hand, perhaps many users would be interested by a wireless small size HW keyboard that would be really working with any SFOS port, any device. This would be essentially a software job intended for existing hardware.