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Celluon Laser BlueTooth Keyboard

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I was searching around for a picture to use in my previous post when I came across the above picture. I followed the link to get a bit more information and came up with what’s below.

I swear this is one of the Coolest add-ons I have seen for the BlackBerry and if I get hold of one I will let you all know how it goes.

“This revolutionary mobile input device can be used as a mouse as well as a keyboard with its Bluetooth or USB interface. With a full-sized (19mm) standard QWERTY keyboard layout projected on any flat surface, you can use LaserKey CL850 anywhere you go, any time you want.

Projection Keyboard Specification

Interface: – USB v.1.1 (for PC) and Bluetooth (Microsoft Bluetooth Stack and Widcomm Bluetooth Stack)

Keyboard layout: – 19mm sized. Shortcuts: Internet Explorer, incoming e-mails, contacts, note, menu, pop up, mouse function depending on operating system

Detection rate: – Up to 400 characters per minute with automatic key repeat

Projection size: – Approx. 304 x 105 mm

Projection surface – Non-reflective, opaque flat surface

Ambient light: – 1000 – 5000Lux (day light according to DIN 5034-6) on an opaque flat surface

Keystroke Sound – Built in buzzer(Mute on/off the sound)

Power source: – Changeable lithium ion rechargeable battery or USB adaptor

Battery capacity: – Approximately 220min. Continuous use 450min. on standby mode

Dimensions: – Approx. 93 x 39 x 37 mm

Software compatibility: – Windows Mobile 5 & 6, BlackBerry OS 4.1 or above, Symbian or Windows XP or higher

If you are interested here is the link: http://www.celluon.com/index.html

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  1. These have been around for YEARS, and I’ve always said I wanna get one… But only for the “cool” factor.

    They say they’re difficult to use though, primarily because there’s no physical feedback (eg. If you’re a touch typist, you can’t feel the home keys)…

    They also struggle under certain lighting conditions, and require a perfectly flat surface to operate.

    ~ Posted wirelessly from my BlackBerry 8800 ~

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