Look at that picture. If you still remember the Rii Mini Wireless Keyboard from Brando that I’ve posted last March 2010, you might shout: “SiTouch is a Cloning!”.
Well, I can’t say that yet because it’s still unknown who cloned whose. But basically, Both Rii and SiTouch share the same keyboard layout, same keyboard size and same functionality. Measuring in 151.1 (L) x 59 (W) x 13.8 (H) mm, SiTouch offering backlit keyboards, up to 10 meters wireless connection (via 2.4Ghz wireless technology), a built-in touchpad, and Li-ion battery for 700 hours battery life (on Stand-by mode).
Although the are similar, it cost a bit much that Brando version (which is only $92). You can find SiTouch Mini Wireless Keyboard for $99. So is it cloned? Hmm… I can’t say it except someone from SiTouch can stand out and explain it to us. Before that, we’ll say it’s the first peripheral by a Californian based company.