Demoed at CES 2013, the new Magic Cube projects a full sized keyboard, that works, aimed at tablet and smartphone users.
Demoed by manufacturer Celluon at CES this week, the Magic Cube displays a full keyboard and a multi-touch mouse on just about any flat surface. The virtual keyboard and mouse appear as red, illuminated projections on the surface. An optical sensor detects the position of your fingers to determine which keys you’re pressing and how you’re moving the mouse.
The small device can connect to your devices via Bluetooth, or USB to connect to your laptops and PC’s. The device is compatible with iOS 4 or higher, Android 2.2 or higher, Mac OS 10 or higher, and all versions of Windows from XP to 7.
So far the cube has gotten 3.5/5 stars from users on Amazon, where it can be bought for just over $100. It also sells for $149 directly from the makers, Celluon.
What do you think of this? Could you see yourself using it?