Between yesterday’s expanding iPad keyboard case and this smaller collapsing alternative for smartphones, Elecom seems to have its sights on conquering the portable Bluetooth keyboard market. But victory will depend on whether or not the Japanese company make its products more affordable.
Choosing the path less taken by connecting to a device using NFC in lieu of the more common Bluetooth, Elecom’s new TK-FNS040BK wireless keyboard skips the hassle of having to always pair with your gear at the cost of a considerably limited range.
My eyes love the geometric nature of the Elecom Orime mouse. Something tells me my hands would not. Complete with five buttons (concealed by the mouse’s origami-inspired design) and laser tracking, this RF wireless mouse is available for $US85. [GeekStuff4U]