The World’s Thinnest, Lightest, Foldable Keyboard

Having difficulty with those big and bulky PC and tablet keyboards?

As technology has evolved, Computers have become smaller and more portable. From Desktop PCs, to laptops, to tablets, and to smartphones. However, this portability can also be its downfall, especially when it comes to typing. It’s just hard to type as fast and as comfortably as you could when using a tablet or smartphone’s on-screen keyboard. Plus, it’s way more sensitive than we’re used to. We could always buy a wireless keyboard to use it with, but that defeats the portability purpose.

Source: Indiegogo, Woorin Corporation

In comes Wekey. This extremely portable wireless keyboard is 10.1 inches wide, but only 2.5 millimeters thick. It’s so thin that you can literally put in inside your tablet’s case like a bookmark, and bring it wherever.

Source: Indiegogo, Woorin Corporation

One thing that might be a source of concern is that the thinness of the product might mean it’s extremely fragile. But actually, it’s the exact opposite. In fact, it can be run over by a car or even dropped at a height of 5 meters and still be perfectly fine. It’s made to be extremely durable due to its flexibility, and will not break easily.

Source: Indiegogo, Woorin Corporation

It’s also water resistant, so if you’re clumsy, you don’t have to worry about spilling your morning coffee all over it. You can just wipe the liquid off and use it again. Be sure to clean it first though, because it might be sticky.

Source: Indiegogo, Woorin Corporation

Being a wireless device, worrying about its battery life can also be a struggle. Not with Wekey though. It has large yet thin Li-Po batteries that allows it to live a battery life 3 times longer than the average wireless keyboard. It only takes an hour to charge, and after that, you can use it for 3 months straight (with an average of 4 hours a day)! This means you have to charge Wekey a mere 4 times a year!

Source: Indiegogo, Woorin Co

Finally, Wekey can be used to enhance your presentation experience when using tablets. While you’re device is connected to a screen projector, you can use Wekey’s touchpad and wheel to change from slide to slide remotely, to a distance of up to 10 meters.

Oh, and one last thing, Wekey can be used to take selfies easier. Since taking one with a tablet can be pretty hard, Wekey allows you to open your camera app by hitting FN + F4, and use the touchpad to snap that photo.

Source: YouTube, Kyul Hwang

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The World’s Thinnest, Lightest, Foldable Keyboard

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