Wednesday, September 26th 2012

Buffalo Announces Collapsible Bluetooth Keyboard

Buffalo Japan announced the BSKBB14 line of collapsible (space-saving) wireless keyboards for portable devices such as smartphones and tablets. The keyboard, measuring 305 x 94 x 11 mm (W x D x H), collapses into two halves, which can be bound into 153 x 94 x 22 mm (same volume, but more pocketable. It weighs 230 g, and is powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery that can keep it running for three months after a three-hour charge. The keyboard provides a compact 69-key QWERTY English+Japanese layout with most command keys, including Start. The key pitch is 19 mm, with 1.5 mm travel. The keyboard uses a magnetic lock to bind its two halves, a physical connection between its two halves when unfolded, and Bluetooth to communicate with the host. It will be available in black (BSKBB14BK) and white (BSKBB14WH) variants. Slated for early October, it will be priced at 9,765 JPY (US $125).

Source: Hermitage Akihabara
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