LG New Bluetooth keyboard named Rolly can be folded to fit inside your pocket
Today is the world of Touchscreen devices and the manufacturing of these gadgets have been increasing at a really fast pace, but there are some shortcomings as well. If you want to do long typing sessions, using touchscreen will not be comfortable and then you remember your old friend: Keyboard. Now, the South Korean Giant has launched LG New Bluetooth keyboard named Rolly for tabs and mobile devices, which the company calls “First Solid Rollable Wireless Portable Keyboard.”
Some insights into the LG New Bluetooth keyboard named Rolly:
Unlike the already available ultra-flexible foldable keyboards, the LG Rolly is made of solid plastic, giving it a more tactile feel. This wireless keyboard is made up of the impact-resistant polycarbonate and ABS plastic, due to which the four rows of the Rolly’s keys are flexible. This allows them to roll around an elongated rectangular box sitting at the top of the keyboard.
From the end of the keyboard two tiny plastic arms are folded out to support your smartphone or tab (up to 10 inches), and Rolly has the ability to toggle between two different Bluetooth connected devices simultaneously. Battery of the LG New Bluetooth keyboard named Rolly is said to last for three months on a single AAA battery.
The South Korean company unleashed the LG New Bluetooth keyboard named Rolly ahead of its appearance at IFA, Germany’s biggest tech show, which will start in on September 4th in Berlin. The company has not yet revealed the pricing details or availability, and is expected to be disclosed at IFA. So, you will have to wait for a while to get your hands on the Rolly.