A laser keyboard is a type of virtual keyboard that projects a keyboard image onto a flat surface using a laser. The user can then type on this virtual keyboard as if it were a physical keyboard. Laser keyboards can be connected to a computer, tablet, or smartphone via Bluetooth or a USB cable, and can be used to input text, control cursor movement, and perform other functions. Some laser keyboards are also equipped with additional features such as touchpad, programmable keys, and multimedia controls. They are small and portable, making it easy to use with laptops and tablets on the go. However, some users may find it difficult to type accurately on a virtual keyboard surface, and the keyboard image can be harder to see in bright lighting conditions.
1. The projection keyboard will work through the Bluetooth HID. Connect to major devices such as tablet PCs, smartphones, desktop computers, and video games.
2. As a new input device, use the built-in infrared laser launcher to project the standard keyboard on the working surface
3. You can find the click location and enter the information by optically recognizing it.
4. No physical keyboard, small size, easy to carry, this projection keyboard can adapt to most of the work environment.
5. For devices with Bluetooth, the operating system: for Windows, iOS, Android, for Mac OS
Light source: Red laser diode
Keyboard size: Width: 240mm, height: 100mm
Keyboard location: About 80mm from the bottom of the device
Project surface: Reflective, opaque plane
Recognition rate: Up to 350 characters per minute
Operating surface: Any sturdy plane
Battery charging time: About 120 minutes
Bluetooth: V3.0 for HID Profile Ver 1.0
Operating temperature: 0 ~ 35 ℃ / 90% RH
Storage temperature: -5 to 35 ° C / ~ 90% RH
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