Netbook keyboards are generally pretty good these days. Sure, some of the earliest netbooks had tiny keyboards that felt cramped and difficult to use. But most 10 inch netbooks have keyboards that are 90% full sized or larger. But if you’re shooting for 100% (or if you have a devices without a keyboard such as a tablet or mobile phone) there are plenty of portable keyboard solutions out there. One of the most interesting I’ve seen is an upcoming Bluetooth keyboard that can be rolled up to save space from Chin Fai Electronics.

Wireless Goodness spotted the new keyboard at the FCC’s web site recently. There’s no word on price or a launch date yet, but the rubberized keyboard will be available in red or pink. Thanks to the roll-up design, you can essentially carry a full sized keyboard in your pocket. And because of the Bluetooth support, you’re not limited to using the keyboard with computers that have USB connections. In other words, you should be able to use it with some Bluetooth capable mobile phones.

There also seems to be a USB port if you do want to wire up the keyboard for use or to charge the batteries.

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8 replies on “Coming soon: Rollable Bluetooth keyboard”

  1. the red and white one seem somewhat interesting. altho i guess they are just as bad to write on as any previous rubber keyboards…

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