AnonD-442781, 14 Apr 2016The lady is cute at least.sorry for your worst taste
Microsoft BT foldable keyboard fits well in your pocket. Thin, and flat. $100.
Jin1234, 14 Apr 2016Laser keyboard is way better at saving space. Why they dont installed that to the smartphone? ... morePRECISELY!!!
Along with a projector & large stereo speaker modules.
See LG - it's not rocket science to come up with some practical ideas! ;)
Laser keyboard is way better at saving space. Why they dont installed that to the smartphone? Or make a module of it in LG G5?
AnonD-442781, 14 Apr 2016The lady is cute at least.i was surprisingly thinking the exact same thing
Anonymous, 14 Apr 2016LG continue to make the most gimmick,useless addons , ever!Everything is a gimmick to you people
If companies listened to any of you we would still be using feature phones
Anonymous, 14 Apr 2016LG continue to make the most gimmick,useless addons , ever!The lady is cute at least.
Optimist Prime, 14 Apr 2016Or, OR, just get a surface with a Type cover....Or, this is good for smart phones or tablets, for people that would us this on the go, like me.
Also, for those who cant afford a Surface.
My $10 desktop keyboard works totally fine, after 9 years..
Anyways, this is specifically for those who travel a lot.. But yeah, LG could have lowered the price atleast a bit..
This seems pointless for a phone but when working on a tablet, say, in Google sheets this might actually be useful since tablet keyboards are usually quite awkward to type on. It's a niche product but a nice alternative to other travel keyboards.
They are solving the wrong problem!
People don't want something as long as a keyboard is wide to try to store on their person, they want something that will fold in half or even 3rd to fit into a pocket, in the same way a phone or wallet will. The Rolly in fact requires MORE space than a flat keyboard that can slip into a backpack pocket.