For the most part I have mocked the add-on keyboards for smartphones and tablets because they were just too big or too chintzy for real world use. This is the first mobile Bluetooth keyboard I have even considered buying. The Jorno keyboard claims to be the world’s smallest folding mobile Bluetooth keyboard.
Jorno serves as an on-the-go solution for typing on a variety of mobile devices. This pocketable keyboard is the size of your palm when folded, measuring in at 7.6mm for a clean and modern design. It folds down five ways, unlike any other competitor on the market, and easily fits into your pocket or purse.
By transforming your iPhone, iPad, or Android device into a fully functioning laptop, users can enjoy the freedom of easily writing emails, taking notes in class, or working on other assignments from virtually any location. Jorno also comes equipped with a detachable cradle to securely hold your device in landscape or portrait mode for the most practical and productive user experience. The cradle is designed to support phones as well as mini- and full-size tablets. Jorno pairs via Bluetooth to deliver convenient connectivity capabilities, and also guarantees compatibility with a wide array of devices.
Video and details of how to buy the Jorno keyboard after the break.
Currently on Kickstarter for $79 here.