KFC is known for serving up messy food that you eat with your fingers… so you might not want to fiddle with your smartphone and smudge the screen while eating at the fast food chain. One solution? Use a Bluetooth keyboard that’s wipeable (and cheap) instead.
So as part of a marketing stunt in Germany, new KFC stores provided customers with serving trays sporting a KFC Tray Typer instead of a normal sheet of paper.
The Tray Typer is basically a super-thin, flexible Bluetooth keyboard designed to fit in a typical tray and look a lot like any other promotional materials you might get with your food order.
But unlike a piece of paper, this tray has a rechargeable battery, a QWERTY keyboard, and Bluetooth for connecting to your phone.
Hoping to get your hands on a Tray Typer? They’re all gone. But there are plenty of other rollable Bluetooth keyboards on the market, with some models priced below $20.