November 26, 2014

Celluon Bluetooth Virtual Keyboard

Here’s an idea: A keyboard that doesn’t really exist, or that can exist on any opaque, flat surface.

At compactimpact.com, a crazy site that says about itself: Some people think “Compact Impact” stands for a small impact, others consider it as something small with a big impact. 

 I found this unusual device that projects a keyboard (measuring approx. 240mm x 105mm) onto a flat, opaque surface and tracks your finger movements, translating them into keystrokes. Size of device: 93mm x 39mm x 37mm. . Retails for about $160.

Compatible Operating Systems:
Acer
- N30 Windows Mobile 2003 – N50 Windows Mobile 2003
Audiovox
- PPC 6601 Windows Mobile 2003 – PPC-6700 Windows Mobile 2003 – XV6600 Windows Mobile 2003
Cingular
- 8125 Windows Mobile 5.0 – 8100 Windows Mobile 5.0 – HP iPAQ – H1940 Windows Mobile 2003 – H1945 Windows Mobile 2003 – H2210 Windows Mobile 2003 – H2215 Windows Mobile 2003 – H4150 Windows Mobile 2003 – H4155 Windows Mobile 2003 – H4350 Windows Mobile 2003 – H4355 Windows Mobile 2003 – H5550 Windows Mobile 2003 – H5555 Windows Mobile 2003 – H6340 Windows Mobile 2003 – H6300 Windows Mobile 2003 – H6315 Windows Mobile 2003 – H6320 Windows Mobile 2003 – H6510 Windows Mobile 2003 – HX2110 Windows Mobile 2003 – HX2410 Windows Mobile 2003 – HX2490 Windows Mobile 5.0 – HX2495 Windows Mobile 5.0 – HX2700 Windows Mobile 5.0 – HX2750 Windows Mobile 2003 – HX2755 Windows Mobile 2003 – HX2790 Windows Mobile 5.0 – HX2795 Windows Mobile 5.0 – HX3715 Windows Mobile 5.0 – HX4700 Windows Mobile 2003 – HX4705 Windows Mobile 2003 – RW6818 Windows Mobile 5.0 – RW6828 Windows Mobile 5.0 – RX3100 Windows Mobile 2003 – RX3115 Windows Mobile 2003 – RX3715 Windows Mobile 2003 – i-Mat pocket PC – Jam Windows Mobile 2003 – Jamin Windows Mobile 5.0 – JASJAR Windows Mobile 5.0 – k-Jam Windows Mobile 5.0 – PDA2 Windows Mobile 2003 – PDA2K Windows Mobile 2003
O2
- Neo Windows Mobile 5.0 – XDA2 Windows Mobile 2003 – XDAIIi Windows Mobile 2003 – XDAIIimini Windows Mobile 2003 – XDAIIs Windows Mobile 2003 – XDA Atom Windows Mobile 5.0 – XDA Exec Windows Mobile 5.0 – XDAMini-Pro Windows Mobile 5.0
Orange
- SPVM1000 Windows Mobile 2003 – SPVM2000 Windows Mobile 2003 – SPVM2500 Windows Mobile 2003 – SPVM3000 Windows Mobile 5.0 – SPVM5000 Windows Mobile 5.0 – SPVM600 Windows Mobile 5.0
Palm
- Treo 700w Windows Mobile 5.0 – Treo 700wx Windows Mobile 5.0
QTEK
- 2020 Windows Mobile 2003 – 2020i Windows Mobile 2003 – 9000 Windows Mobile 5.0 – 9090 Windows Mobile 2003 – 9100 Windows Mobile 5.0 – s100 Windows Mobile 2003 – s110 Windows Mobile 2003 – s200 Windows Mobile 5.0
Samsung
- i730 Windows Mobile 2003
Siemens
- Sx66 Windows Mobile 2003
Sprint
- 6700 Windows Mobile 5.0 – XV6600 Windos Mobile 2003
T-Mobile
- MDA Windows Mobile 5.0 – MDA-Compact Windows Mobile 2003 – MDA-CompactIIWindows Mobile 5.0 – MDA-II Windows Mobile 2003 – MDA -III Windows Mobile 2003 – MDA-iV Windows mobile 5.0 – MDA-pro Windows mobile 5.0
Verizon
- Vx6600 Windows Mobile 2003 – “XV6700 Windows Mobile 5.0
Vodafone
- VPA II Windows Mobile 5.0 – VPA III Windows Mobile 2003 – VPA iV Windows Mobile 5.0
Fujitju-Siemens
- 710 Windows Mobile 2003 – 720 Windows Mobile 2003 – LOOX N560 Windows Mobile 5.0
DELL Axim
- x30 Windows Mobile 2003 – X3i Windows Mobile 2003 – X50 Windows Mobile 2003 – X50v Windows Mobile 2003 – X51 Windows Mobile 5.0 – X51v Windows Mobile 5.0
E-PLUS
- PDA 2 Windows Mobile 2003 – PDA 3 Windows Mobile 2003

Have fun with the Laserkey ‘projection keyboard’. Made possible thanks to 3D Electronic Perception Technology (EPT), this device projects a keyboard (measuring approx. 240mm x 105mm) onto a flat, opaque surface and tracks your finger movements, translating them into keystrokes. Size of device: 93mm x 39mm x 37mm. Weight: 109g.