Whether you have the luxury of working from home or must spend hour upon hour in an office or cubicle, having a space that is comfortable and inviting can help make the day a little better.
The size of your computer’s keyboard could take up lot of space on your work desk.
So it would be nice and convenient to have that keyboard vanish or re- appear at will, with the touch of a button.
This will go a long way to help us customize and individualize our workspace. This will not only add individual flare, but aid in productivity.
We may not have flying cars but we’ve certainly stepped it up since cell phones were the size of bricks. Welcome to the future, and say hello to the Laser Projected Keyboard.
This pocket-sized device connects with Bluetooth to project a fixed keyboard pattern onto any surface, turning any flat space into a workspace. The motion-sense lasers also double as a mouse, detecting your hand movement as you click, double-click, or scroll.
You can then type away accompanied by simulated key click sounds. It really is true future magic at its best. You’ll be turning heads the moment you pull it from your pocket and use it to compose an e-mail on your iPad, iPhone, smartphone, tablet, or laptop. With 68 keys and full-size QWERTY layout, the Epic – Bluetooth Virtual Keyboard lets you type up to 350 characters per minute using a device a little larger than a matchbox.
So if you need more space to work, all you need do is switch off your keyboard.
The device could also come in handy to have a mobile, portable keyboard to carry around conveniently, in your pocket
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