LG Rolly Keyboard Literally Rolls Up for Mobile Use Michael Kwan August 27, 2015 News Earlier this week, we were introduced to the new LG G Pad II tablet. It’s set to make its official in-real-life debut over at IFA 2015, but it still suffers from the same problem as just about all other tablets: it doesn’t have a physical keyboard. That’s being addressed with the remarkably ingenious LG Rolly Keyboard. Yes, that’s the official name. If you can get past the name, the LG Rolly Keyboard is actually a brilliant idea. What LG has done here is taken a (near) full-size keyboard and constructed in such a way that it can literally be rolled up into a single stick. That makes it infinitely easier to stash this keyboard in your purse or messenger bag when not in use. When you’re ready for an intense blogging session or you need to work on some TPS reports, you simply roll out the LG Rolly Keyboard and start typing away. The LG Rolly Keyboard connects to your device of choice via Bluetooth and LG is saying that a single AAA battery should provide enough juice for three months of regular usage. The keyboard itself is made with polycarbonate and ABS plastic. That should help to cut down on some weight at the possible expense of feeling not premium at all. If the typing experience is good, then none of that really matters. While pricing has yet to be determined, the LG Rolly Keyboard should start shipping next month in the United States. Other markets should get their hands on the portable QWERTY-ness before the end of the year. Source: TC Share This With The World!