Elecom unveils a new laser projection keyboard

Elecom Japan Society presents a new model of keyboard laser projection and wireless.

The TK-PBL042BK proposed by Elecom presents itself in the form of a small black monolith that can project, with a laser, a full keyboard.

Wireless Bluetooth or via USB cable, allowing charges its battery, this laser projection keyboard is recognized and natively supported by Android and iOS.

On PC, the TK-PBL042BK works with all compatible with standard HID drivers or USB Bluetooth dongle and will then be recognized as any classical keyboard.

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The object is the keys on any flat surface and monitors and detects the pressure of the fingers on the appropriate keys. The effect must be somewhat bizarre because no deflection or vibration sensation is felt to each support, a habit to prendre… or not.

The small black box 38 x 29 x 75 mm and weighs 77 grams without the battery, which allows full recharge, to use the keyboard during two hours non-stop.

Scheduled for a release early April, the TK-PBL042BK of Elecom is announced for a rate somewhat higher $ 352.


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