Today we’re going to give our top recommendations for the best Bluetooth keyboards on the market. Whether you’re looking for a portable companion for your iPad, Android tablet, smartphone or laptop — or all of the above! — you’ll be sure to find what you’re looking for here. Let’s get right into it.
Google Keyboard for Android has become (much) more awesome. The official Android keyboard software was updated this week, adding a one-handed mode, some design improvements and a custom height setting. Let’s take a look at the new features.
Last year, the mobile world was rocked by the release of LG’s Rolly Keyboard. As the name suggests, this Bluetooth keyboard rolled up, row-by-row, into a square. That was awesome for portability, and made the Rolly Keyboard a lot easier to keep in your pocket than your average keyboard. This week, LG have announced the long-awaited, oft-rumoured followup: the Rolly Keyboard 2. Here’s what we know so far — including the UK price!
In 2008, a Dutch design student called Eric De Nijs unveiled his keyboard pants: a full QWERTY keyboard integrated into a set of circuitry-emblazoned jeans. The keyboard (which also came with a mouse and speakers), was designed to connect to a laptop, providing a more ergonomic and fashionable way to write in whatever posture you preferred.
As Windows Phone lies dead in the water, Microsoft continues to tear off the best pieces and toss them across to Android and iOS. The latest chunk is the Windows Phone keyboard, which Microsoft is soon to launch as Word Flow for iPhone.