Elecom unveils the world’s first NFC Keyboard for Android devices


The world has left convertible tablets and wireless keyboards to embrace the new NFC technology. You Android smartphone can now be hooked up with a cool new NFC keyboard that could do a lot more than the regular ones. However, the TK-FNS040BK is the first but not necessarily the best in the market as it almost coerces you to use at first Elecom’s ATOK software on Google Play to be able to use it!

Moreover, the keyboard is compatible with a very few Japanese only Carriers making it almost inaccessible to the rest of the western world. Following on the trail of this nifty keyboard worth $240, there should be better NFC keyboards arriving in the market soon enough.

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