When you type on your tablet or smartphone you have likely resigned your yourself to the onscreen keyboard. Some of us go as far as to buy small Bluetooth keyboards for tablets, but now Celluon aims to change that with its new Epic.
The Epic connects to your device vie Bluetooth and projects a full-size keyboard onto a surface, such as a table or desk. you can type by touching the projected buttons and an infrared sensor picks up the location of each finger stroke. The Epic will be available sometime in the March or April time frame and is expected to be priced at $169 or very close. It will work with any Bluetooth enabled device. You can check out a full demo in the video posted below.
Interview by Jeffrey Powers of Geekazine.
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