The Flexible Keyboard Fits In Your Pocket (+VIDEO)



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A team of designers have created a thin, flexible keyboard that connects wirelessly to smart devices, such as a smartphone or a tablet via Bluetooth using an accompanying app and lets you type on almost any surface. The Qii is a full-sized QWERTY keyboard that rolls up into a portable case that fits in your pocket. It is made of a thin, flexible, and transparent film with touch sensors and a textured surface for easier touch typing. The keyboard features an anti-fingerprint coating that can be washed with soap and water. Its case functions as a touchpad, enabling you to scroll and select elements on your gadget. It is currently reported that the concept designers are raising funds on Indiegogo.
Via:gizmag.com
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