The Japan based PC accessories provider, Elecom, has announced that it will begin selling an NFC keyboard.
One2Touch developed the keyboard alongside Elecom, and it features a gap in the center where the user has to place the NFC Android device.
The smartphone will automatically detect and connect with the keyboard via NFC and will allow the user to type everything and it will appear on the phone’s display.
The keyboard has a 45 keys design, including punctuation, standard letters and arrow keys.
Special function key is providing access to additional punctuation and numbers.
The keyboard does not require cables, plugs or Bluetooth pairing, as it features a build in battery that can last a year and a half when used up to 8 hours a day.
The device can fold up into a case, as well.
Elecom is planning to launch the keyboard by the end of August in Japan for around $250.