Elecom has just released what is deemed to be the first NFC keyboard in the world for Android-powered devices, where those who prefer far more complex model numbers can refer to it as the TK-FNS040BK. This particularly tiny keyboard relies on the NFC IP-1 protocol which will allow you to transform your mobile device into a real and compact productivity center. The concept is pretty interesting, but execution? Well, sad to say, the Elecom NFC keyboard does not seem to offer much right from the get go. You are restricted by Elecom to an extremely short list of Japanese carriers and their range of compatible devices. I guess the only thing going for it would be the novelty factor.

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