While we may still be a few years away from controlling our devices by wildly swiping through the air like in Minority Report, there are still some cool, cyberpunk-y ways to interface with your electronics already here today. Take, for example, the Serafim Keybo, which uses lasers to turn any flat surface into a full QWERTY keyboard for mobile devices. Usually retailing for $109, this bit of future tech is currently
on sale at 22% off
for only $85.
Unlike bulky traditional keyboards, the Keybo needs just a tiny footprint to both stand up your device and laser-project an entire keyboard across a 10″ x 4″ patch of table. Compatible with both iOS and Android devices, the Keybo hub can connect to phones and tablets either via Bluetooth or with a USB cable. Though English may be the lingua franca, the Keybo was designed for international use and is compatible with multiple languages–just pick your preferred one in the settings. The Keybo’s substantial 2,000mAh battery not only means it can operate for 10 hours, but it can also be used as an emergency power station for your devices.
If that weren’t enough fun, the Keybo also can project a keyboard, so you can play music like you’re in a cover band at one of our future moon colony’s many bars. The keyboard can switch between playing piano, guitar, bass, and drum sounds, so the only thing you need to bring to the table is your imagination (and musical talent).
With all these features, it’s no wonder the world’s most advanced projection keyboard’s foundational Kickstarter was such a runaway hit. It may be too late to jump on that particular bandwagon, but it’s not too late to get your hands on one of these gizmos today for a
heck of a discount
Price subject to change
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