We'd never heard of "Qwerty Cards" before today, but LG's LBA-C300—discovered in a recent FCC filing—claims to be just that.
Essentially a credit cardesque Bluetooth keyboard, we're not sure that we'd use it to type on our coordinating LG phone, but it'd be fantastic for text entry on the PS3, or just navigating a simple home theater PC menu.
It also packs some simple functions like number storage, a calendar, and stopwatch along with the ability to activate a wireless shutter to take cellphone self-portraits. That's all fine, but we were really hoping to read something about a wipe cloth. [FCC via Unwired View]