If you’ve ever stared at your smartphone or tablet and wished that it had a physical keyboard, well…get a Blackberry. Should that not be an option, here’s the next best thing: the Universal Bluetooth Pocket Keyboard by Japanese electronics brand, Elecom. As the name explicitly states, it’s a wireless, pocket-sized keyboard that connects to your phone or tablet via Bluetooth. It’s powered by a single AAA battery and turns on automatically once the lid (which conveniently also doubles as a stand for your device) of it’s compact design is opened. There’s even a protective carrying case thrown in for good measure. Perfect for those who need to get some work done on their smartphone or tablet while jet-setting around the world.
And, just in case you’re wondering, it’s compatible with iOs devices, Android devices, and computers running Windows or Linux.
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