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Laser Virtual Keychain Keyboard

CompanyBrookstone Price$99.99 Ever dreamed about typing on a flat surface with full QWERTY keyboard? Fancy touching your table and seeing letters appear magically on your screen? Well Virtual Laser Keyboard puts the future at your fingertips, quite literally. You touch and the latest laser technology types. Revolutionary advanced optics can be paired wirelessly with any Bluetooth device: smartphone, tablet or even laptop. Extermely portable and compact – don’t let it fool you with its minimalistic design, it’s small enough to be fitted on a keychain. Space for typing in an airplane seat an issue? Not enough room on a table in your favorite coffeeshop? Let that limit you no longer – type up a storm anytime and anywhere you like! Built-in laser projecting 72-key keyboard. Operates on rechargable li-ion batteries. USB cable included for easy and convenient recharging. According to the producer will last for up to 2 hours of typing.
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