LG recently introduced a pretty neat portable keyboard built for mobile devices called the LG Rolly. It looks like a regular QWERTY keyboard, but it has a rather cool trick up its sleeves – it can be rolled up.
The Rolly is the industry’s first solid rollable wireless portable keyboard, and is part of the company’s showcase at IFA 2015. On top of a unique rolling design that folds up along the four rows of keys to turn it into a very portable shape, there is also a built-in stand that can support tablet devices at an upright position.
Specifications wise, Rolly has high-contrast keys. It has dual-pairing via Bluetooth 2.0 that let is it work with two devices so you can pair it with your phone and tablet and easily toggle between the two with a simple key press.
The keyboard will be launched next month in the U.S., followed by key markets in Europe, Latin America and Asia in the fourth quarter.