As you can see it's a device that projects the keyboard onto any desired surface, by use of a red laserbeam. Obviously it also detects the movement of your fingers, so it knows what keys you've been hitting :) And when you hit a key, a subtle soundsignal is given. Uhm, what else? Oh yeah, with the included lithium-ion batteries it's supposed to 'be alive' for 120 hours @ a time.
Of course, there are obvious disadvantages: since there's no tactile feedback
, pulling thru a long computer-session might result in painful fingertops. But then again, if you ask me (I know, nobody does, but this is MY
virtual space :), this is a typical mobility-device. I haven't tried it out yet, but I can imagine, if you do a lotta typing on your cellphone or PDA
-type device, it might actually come in handy (especially the Bluetooth version). And if you have a girlfriend
(or are there actually females in my audience, cause in that case let me rephrase 'if you have a boyfriend
...') you can first give her a massage and by the time she has fallen asleep, use her back as your keyboard (not that I have any idea what good that would do, but hey, we gotta try things out in life