Golan Technology iTech Bluetooth Virtual Laser Keyboard for Smart Cell Phone $149.99
Used with a Bluetooth-enabled smartphone / Projects a full-sized QWERTY keyboard on any surface for practical use / Creates laser image
You love your Blackberry or other comparable Cell Phone with an Integrated keyboard. Sometimes, though, you wish the keyboard was a Bit larger, more comfortable to key \with. Golan Technology's Virtual Laser Keyboard works with any Bluetooth smartphone. It consists of a small device that uses Infrared and laser technologies to project a keyboard on virtually any flat surface. What's really remarkable is that you can use that keyboard with precision and accuracy. You literally have a full-size keyboard you can use with your compatible smartphone!
A full size laser projection keyboard allows typing of email, text messages and documents text from any bluetooth-enabled device. The lightweight device weighs two ounces and is similar in size to a disposable cigarette lighter. The Virtual Laser Keyboard includes a self-contained, rechargeable Lithium ion battery. It provides the Virtual Laser Keyboard with its own internal power supply, so it doesn't drain any battery power from the cell phone, PDA or PC.
# Bluetooth 1.1 compatible, class 2
# Red diode laser
# Projects keyboard image visible in up to 600-lux ambient light
# Requires non-reflective, opaque flat surface to project keyboard image
# Projection device includes a built-in rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery that provides up to 2 hours continuous typing
# Size of device - 1.38" x 3.6" x 1"
# Projects QWERTY 63-Key Layout
Fri, 18 Jul 2008 17:15:22 +0000
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