Japanese electronics company Elecom has launched a NFC enabled keyboard called One2Touch in Japan. One2Touch is a portable keyboard that can be connected with smartphone through Near Field Communication (NFC). You can fold up this keyboard and carry it in your pocket. One2Touch is priced at $240 with a carrying case. The weight of the keyboard is 5 ounces.
One2Touch keyboard works with Android and the NFC IP-1 protocol. You will not need to install any software or connect any cable to use it. Just keep your NFC handset in the middle of the keyboard and start typing which you want. For more details watch the video below.
According to the NFC World website, Elecom will sell One2Touch keyboard in eight Asian countries. The company is in talks with phone makers to release One2Touch keyboard in US and Europe.
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