Cube Laser Virtual Keyboard: Full Size QWERTY Keyboard

by Edward Xu

in laser gadgets, Mobile Gadgets, visual gadgets

A cube shape virtual keyboard that offers amazing glimpse of the promising futuristic keyboard. Cube Laser Virtual Keyboard is a handy projection device that produce a virtual laser keyboard on any flat surface.


Designed with compatibility for iPhone 3GS/4, iPad (iOS4), Blackberry tablet, the Cube Laser Virtual Keyboard works with Android 2.0 or higher OS, Windows Phone 7, Windows XP/Vista/7 and Mac OS.

The Cube Laser Virtual Keyboard communicate with your monitor display through its Bluetooth or USB2.0 port, while the projected laser keyboard offers 19mm wide QWERTY layout and detection rate up to 400 characters per minute. The built-in 700mAh rechargeable battery provides enough juice for up to 150 minutes of usage, not bad for a portable projection device.


Price: USD169.99 [ Get yours? Click here! ]

Simply a plug and play device that will let you compose a quick e-mail reply for your colleagues, friends or family during your mobile hours using your iPad, iPhone or laptop. The 63 keys projected keys will fascinate you about how smooth the virtual keys detection could be.

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Buck Russell

The virtual laser keyboard (VKB) was around before this one. I tried to buy one but couldn’t find a place selling them unless it was in bulk. Besides it’s missing tactile input like my wireless keyboard making the need to get use to not feeling the keyboard as I type and see letters appear on the screen. Kind of like a Model T truck getting 20mpg and automakers boasting 22mpg almost 100years later. BIG DEAL 🙂

Edward Xu

ThinkGeek have the virtual laser keyboard for U.S market, since it is a projection keyboard, there shouldn’t be any tactile feedback on the surface, aren’t they? 🙂

Yeah, the speed is still bit slow and no info when a fast respond projection keyboard will soon available in the market yet, anyway, keep faith that those keyboard manufacturers will likely change their approach from conventional to projection-type of interactive keyboards within the next few years, provided, of course, the market gives good respond for the interactive projection keyboards.

Best Regards,

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