Bluetooth Laser Virtual Keyboard

laserkeyboard.jpgEver get sick of using that tiny little keyboard on your Blackberry? Tired of scribbling out things into your Palm Tungsten?

It sounds like you need a portable keyboard. But the majority of portable keyboards are bulky, cumbersome and more trouble than they’re worth to take along with you.

X-treme Geek brings you the Bluetooth Laser Virtual Keyboard. Virtual Keyboard is a lightweight projector that can be used with a Bluetooth-compatible smartphone or PDA. Once you’re ready to use it, you connect via Bluetooth and you tap the projected images of the keys and the Virtual Keyboard knows which keys you’ve typed and responds instantly with audible clicks. I don’t know how it works – but it’s pretty damn cool that it knows not only what keys you’re “pushing”, but to also add the sound of a clicking key to that motion. You can also adjust the key sensitivity.

Measuring a tiny 1″L x 1 3/8″W x 3 5/8″H and weighing in at a mere 2.3oz., the Bluetooth Laser Virtual Keyboard will fit nicely in a purse or a bag without taking up too much valuable space. Includes AC adapter, carrying case and software on MiniCD. Requires Bluetooth device with HID and SPP profiles.

Pick one up at X-treme Geek for $199.00.

Compatible with:

Acer N50, Asus MyPal A716, Audiovox xv6600 PPC6601 Harrier, Blackberry 7100 Series, Blackberry 7130e, Blackberry 7250, Blackberry 7290, Blackberry 7520, Blackberry 8700, Dell Axim 50/X50V, Dell Axim X50V, Dell Axim x51v, Dopod 535 Qtek 8080 SPV E200 Xphone, Dopod 565 i-mate SP3 Qtek 8010 SPV C500, Dopod 576 i-mate SP3i Qtek 8020 SDA Xphone II, Dopod 585 Qtek 8100 SDA Music Xphone IIm, Dopod 699 M2500 Qtek 2020i XDAIIi, Dopod 700 i-mate PDA2K MDAIII Qtek 9090 VPAIII XDAIIs, Dopod 818 i-mate Jam M500 MDA Compact Qtek S100 XDA Mini, Gigabyte G-Smart, HP 6300 Series, HP 6500, HP iPAQ 2495B, HP iPAQ 4700, HP iPAQ H1940, HP iPAQ H2210, HP iPAQ H2700, HP iPAQ H5550, HP iPAQ hx2790, HP iPAQ rx 3417, HP iPAQ rx3715, HTC MTeoR, I-mate JasJar, M2000 MDA II Qtek 2020 XDA II, MIO 336 BT, Motorola A1000, Motorola MPx220, Nextel 7100i, Nokia 3650, Nokia 6260, Nokia 6600, Nokia 6630, Nokia 6680, Nokia 7650, Nokia 770, Nokia N70, O2 Atom, OQO, Palm LifeDrive, Palm Treo 650, Palm Tungsten E2, Palm Tungsten T3, Palm Tungsten T5, Palm TX, Palm Zire 72, Samsung i730, Sony-Ericsson P800, Sony-Ericsson P900, Sony-Ericsson P910i, T-Mobile SDA and XPlore M68.

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