The once illustrious big names in Japan used to lead the tech world, but over the last few years its little neighbor to the west has been taking over, in style. This could be why: A Japanese firm has released a mini, portable keyboard for smartphones, that is almost exactly the same size as the existing, mini, keyboard on the average phone.
If you enjoy wasting money, have enormous pockets that you need to fill and need to hold your phone at arms length to see the screen, this could be the device for you. No, didn't think so.
We think the company’s called Donya, but a quick Google search result for the name comes up with an attractive Tehrani woman, and it didn’t warrant more time.
This tech has got to be on a par with the Smart Fork that encourages you to stop eating so quickly, that grabbed most of the jeers at CES recently.
I actually can not think of any occasion on which I have wished for an additional mini keyboard, to go along with the mini keyboard on my existing smartphone. I guess if you own an iPhone with a smashed screen it could come in handy, or if you dropped your phone down a drain and needed to send one last text, but apart from that, I am deeming this device entirely useless.