LG announced an interesting wireless keyboard that is designed to work with both smartphones and tablets. Rolly Keyboard (KBB – 700) is the first rollable portable wireless keyboard that can be folded along the four rows to create a stick that’s easy to carry around. It is made from impact-resistant polycarbonate and ABS plastic offering tactile feedback.
The keyboard features high-contrast keys and a fold-out stand to supports smartphones as well as tablets. The best part of this keyboard is that it makes extremely comfortable to type with its 17mm key pitch. You can connect it to your Android devices via Bluetooth 3.0 and its auto pairing feature will connect it to two different devices at the same time. You can easily toggle between the two with just a key press. It looks like a nice, full-size keyboard but rolls up into a nice compact cylinder for tucking into your pocket.
“LG Rolly Keyboard is just one of the many premium input devices we’ll be unveiling in the coming months as we expand our accessories offerings,” said Seo Young-jae, vice president in charge of Innovative Personal Devices at LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company. “The goal was to create a product that could add more value to LG smartphones and tablets at the same time offering a unique design proposition that hadn’t been explored before.”
Its two sturdy arms fold out to support smartphones and tablets. A single AAA battery powers the keyboard for up to three months of average use. It will make its debut in September in Unites States and is expected to expand in Europe, Latin America and Asia markets in the fourth quarter. Pricing and availability will be announced locally at the time of launch. Visitors to IFA 2015 can see LG Rolly Keyboard up close In Hall 18 of Messe Berlin from September 4-9.
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