The Elecom TK-FNS040BK is claimed to be the world’s first NFC keyboard for Android devices.
It uses the NFC IP-1 protocol to connect with any NFC-enabled Android devices.
This NFC keyboard works in conjunction with Elecom’s ATOK app that you can download from Google Play.
Folks in Japan are able to buy the Elecom TK-FNS040BK for 18,690 Yen ($240).
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