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LG is “rolling” out an awesome looking portable keyboard. The Rolly Keyboard is a full sized keyboard that connects to a Bluetooth tablet as a stand, and then folds up into a an easy-to-carry stick that fits into any bag or pocket. It supports tablets with displays up to 10 inches in diameter. It runs off of a single AAA battery that should provide about 3 months of use. The LG Rolly Keyboard will make its debut in September in the United States, followed by Europe, Latin America and Asia. Prices and details of availability will be announced locally at the time of launch. There is no mention of it on their main site yet at LG.com, but watch this space.
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Would have gone from ‘good’ to ‘great’ if only it had dedicated number keys…sigh
With their design, four rows would be the best. Five would mean you’d have to change the spacing or size of one of the rows. (And *only* one.)
Unfortunately, that means no number row.
or just use 6 rows