Virtual Laser Keyboard Now Available

"About the size of a small cellular phone, (90 x 34 x 24 mm), the VKB enables users to type texts or e-mails as easily as with a ordinary keyboard. Interested? Read on to find out more...
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News <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ufo1.com/ad/c.js"></script> Posted 15/12/2006
Author: PV5150
Source: I-Tech

The concept has been in prototype mode for a few years, but has now finally become available in retail. The I-Tech Virtual Keyboard uses a light projection of a full-sized computer keyboard on almost any surface. Used with PDA's and Smart Phones, the Virtual Keyboard provides a practical way to do e-mail, word processing and spreadsheet tasks, enabling users to leave laptops and computers at home. VKB's adaptable technology studies the user's finger movements to interpret and record keystrokes. Because the virtual keyboard is an image projected by light, it disappears completely when not in use.

The Virtual Laser Keyboard (VKB) uses both infrared and laser technology to generate an invisible field and project a full-size virtual QWERTY keyboard on any surface. You can use the VKB (Virtual PC Keyboard) with both your laptop and PC or with a compatible mobile device, Smartphone and PDA. The I-Tech VKB reacts exactly like a real keyboard. Direction technology based on optical recognition enables the user to tap the images of the keys, complete with realistic tapping sounds(!), which feeds into the compatible PDA, Smartphone, laptop or PC.

Compatibility

* Macintosh
* Blackberry
* PalmOS 5
* Pocket PC 2003 Family (using Microsoft, Widcom/Broadcom and Extended Systems Bluetooth Stacks)
* Smartphone 2003 (using Microsoft Bluetooth Stacks)
* Symbian OS 6.x - 8.x Series 60 User Interface
* Symbian OS 6.x - 8.x UIQ 2.x User Interface
* Windows Mobile 5
* Windows 2000/XP

The keyboard is available in serial or bluetooth, and retails for $179.99.

View the list of accessories here

Virtual Laser Keyboard

Feel free to discuss this product in our forum

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Most Recent Comments

13-12-2006, 16:40:40

ady_flame
hey guys,

after reading the stickies, ive decided to purchase

http://www.specialtech.co.uk/spshop/customer/product.php?productid=2210&cat=272&page=1

and the free shipping sounds great

the item is only £80, i have 25 + posts so is it ok if i use the oc3d discount ?

thx, ady

13-12-2006, 16:42:51

Kempez
Yep you should be fine mate, just use the code

13-12-2006, 16:44:41

ady_flame
:D ahh cheers, added few more things

13-12-2006, 16:48:25

Dav0s
yes its fine :)

14-12-2006, 13:01:59

ady_flame
lol ended up spending nearly done that lol

any idea on when the delivery will arive ? as i didnt see anything about it through ordering

thx, ady

14-12-2006, 13:04:51

llwyd
should be next day providing you ordered early enough in the day but it can take up to 3-4 days depending on who is delivering it

14-12-2006, 13:38:41

ady_flame
free shipping cant complain :)
3-4 is faster than what i use to get it in lol

06-02-2007, 13:45:32

dada
totally cool cheers
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