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Elecom Portable Smartphone Keyboard: Smart, But Expensive

by Range

I kind of understand the need for a keyboard with today’s smartphones, but to be honest, you can type pretty quickly with your fingers on your touchscreen, once you get used to it. If you can’t and absolutely need a keyboard to get things done with your phone, then check out Elecom’s collapsible Bluetooth keyboard.

elecom bluetooth keyboard japan collapsible foldable compact

Elecom’s TK-FBP049E (JP) has a sliding mechanism that will split the keyboard in half, and then folds up. A folding cover doubles as a stand for smartphones, in portrait or landscape orientations.

elecom bluetooth keyboard japan collapsible foldable compact

Its single AAA battery will give you 8 months of use, and the keyboard works with any Bluetooth-compatible device. The keyboard is available in either black or white, but it costs ¥14,595 (~$182 USD), which is almost as much as you probably paid for your phone.

elecom bluetooth keyboard japan collapsible foldable compact

elecom bluetooth keyboard japan collapsible foldable compact

[via PC Watch]




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