Pocket Keyboard by Elecom

Posted on November 9th, 2012 by

Pocket Keyboard is a minimal design created by Japan-based firm Elecom. The keyboard uses wireless bluetooth technology to connect with its devices, which include the iPhone and iPad among others. The device uses AAA NiMH rechargeable batteries with an operating time of about eight months. (4)

Name: Pocket Keyboard

Designer: Elecom

Location: Osaka, Japan

Pocket Keyboard is a minimal design created by Japan-based firm Elecom. The keyboard uses wireless bluetooth technology to connect with its devices, which include the iPhone and iPad among others. The device uses AAA NiMH rechargeable batteries with an operating time of about eight months.

The keyboard retracts into a portable case when not in use, and opens up to reveal a stand that can hold your electronic device while typing. The keys are approximately 17.5mm in size which is ideal for ergonomic comfort and ease of use. There is also a key-switch input mode to change between iOS and Windows mode.

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