CES: Celluon Magic Cube laser keyboard really works


It’s been just over a year since we learned about a company called Celluon and their nifty laser-keyboard product. But at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show we finally got a chance to try the technology for ourselves. Does it work? Yes – it does. In fact, depending on the surface onto which your project the keyboard, the experience can feel exactly the same as using the soft keyboard on most touch screen devices. The big advantage of course is that you don’t have to give up screen real-estate on your phone or tablet, and you don’t have to lug around a bulky bluetooth keyboard – just Celluon’s Magic Cube.

Amazon is already carrying these devices, but if you want a Canadian reseller, Expansys seems to be your best bet – they’re charging $175.