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Saturday, August 2, 2014



Computing is now not limited to desktops and laptops, it has found its way into mobile devices like palm tops and even cell phones. But what has not changed for the last 50 or so odd years is the input device, the good old QWERTY keyboard. Virtual Keyboard uses sensor technology and artificial intelligence to let users work on any surface as if it were a keyboard. Virtual Devices have developed a flashlight-size gadget that projects an image of a keyboard on any surface and let\u2019s people input data by typing on the image. The Virtual Keyboard uses light to project a full-sized computer keyboard onto almost any surface computer at home. And disappears when not in use. Used with Smart Phones and PDAs, the VKEY provides a practical way to do email, word processing and spreadsheet tasks, allowing the user to leave the laptop 

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