LG Rolly Keyboard offers a portable option for typing
The mobile accessories market is a large one – and of course, it needs not be stressed that it is also a fast growing one at that. In fact, LG of South Korea intends to penetrate more into this particular market by introducing the industry’s very first solid rollable wireless portable keyboard, where it debuted at IFA 2015 in Berlin, Germany. Known as the LG Rolly Keyboard, it will be very different from all of the other portable or wireless keyboards that are in the market, since LG’s Rolly Keyboard (also called by its model number KBB-700) is capable of folding up along the four rows, resulting in an easy-to-carry “stick” that is more than capable of fitting into one’s pocket as easily as any purse or briefcase.
The LG Rolly Keyboard also comes with high-contrast keys and a fold-out mobile device stand, making sure that whoever types on the Rolly Keyboard will find it to be an extremely comfortable experience, thanks to its 17mm key pitch that is nearly as generous as the 18mm key pitch which is normally found on majority of the desktop keyboards out there. In addition, it will also be made of impact-resistant and durable polycarbonate and ABS plastic, ensuring that typing on the keyboard offers satisfying tactile feedback not found on flexible silicone keyboards.
There will also be a pair of sturdy arms that will fold out in order to support smartphones in addition to tablets in an upright position. All that you need to do is to simply unfold the Rolly Keyboard, and the auto pairing function will kick in so that it can hook up easily to two different devices at the same time via Bluetooth 3.0, and it will also feature the ability to toggle between the two with a simple key press. All that is required to keep the LG Rolly Keyboard going would be a solitary AAA battery, and based on average usage, this AAA battery should be able to have it run for up to three months.