LG Rolly Wireless Portable Keyboard

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Wireless keyboards are nothing new in the tech world, but they still lack the portability that we’ve been looking for. LG has solved this new-age problem with the unveiling of their Rolly portable keyboard.

The tech giant has developed a keyboard designed specifically for smartphones and tablets, one that rolls up into a compact stick for easy transport and storage. The universal Bluetooth device is powered by a single AAA battery, and offers up three months of battery life on just a single charge. The best part is that LG managed to keep the keys similarly sized to your desktop keyboard, with a 17mm key pitch (as opposed to the average 18mm key pitch found on most desktop devices). It’s constructed from impact-resistant polycarbonate and ABS plastic, and can also be paired with two devices at once. The brand plans on releasing the Rolly this September. [Purchase]

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