Bluetooth is a nifty feature to have in a mobile phone, what with all those accessories you can pair to it.
And there’s no shortage of these mobile phone accessories today – speakerphones for your car, headsets, wireless keyboards, even watches.
But once in a while some strange and interesting thingie to pair to a mobile phone pops up. And I even have trouble figuring out what it is at first.
For example a thingie named LG LBA-C300 Bluetooth enabled Qwerty Card, which just passed through FCC:
When I first looked at the pictures, LG C-300 seemed a pretty strange device. I even had to open the users manual to figure out what the heck this thing is.
It seems that LB GBA C300 is supposed to be used mainly as a wireless QWERTY keyboard for LG phones.
It is able to write and send new messages and display allows you to read the incoming ones. LG C300 Qwerty Card also allows you to enter, store and view contact information on a paired phone, has the clock, alarm and calendar functions, can be used as a stop watch, act as a keypad for a phone, be remote phone camera controller and allows you to reject incoming calls or send them into silent mode if you forgot to set your phone to it in a meeting.
Overall LG LB-C300 looks like an interesting gadget. Not an essential one to have, but I can see some uses for such device next to a touchscreen phone like LG Arena KM900.
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