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Wireless projection keyboard for PDAs


One product we’d love to see work, although we are not entirely convinced it will is the virtual keyboard for PDAs from Ibiz. The $99 system consists of a cigarette lighter-sized transmitter that connects the PDA and then projects the image of a full-sized keyboard on to any flat surface. The user hits the virtual keys on the table to type. If it works it really could mean an end for all those clumsy fold up keyboards manufactured by PalmOne and others. However we are not holding our breath.

There’s no news of a UK launch, but I expect that they will ship you one from here.

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Posted by Shiny Media on January 16, 2004 in Gadgets | Permalink


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