MY FIRST foray into Bluetooth land in search of a Bluetooth keyboard for the Nokia N70 took me to an O2 Experience shop in Dublin's Grafton Street where I got a generic Bluetooth keyboard that will not connect to the Nokia N70. Without a two-fingered keyboard, the N70 is merely a cameraphone. I think the phone is smarter than a piece of optics so I may spring for the Nokia-branded Bluetooth keyboard when I visit New York Nokia shops. As it is, I spent more than EUR 100 on a keyboard that is good for use as a brushed aluminium coaster but little else. Plus I paid a euro's worth of WEEE fees that more knowledgeable techies say I should have avoided.