The virtual keyboard is a small pocket like device that shoots out a laser and projects a keyboard onto any flat surface. It is used to connect to any smart phone or tablet device via bluetooth and give the user a more regular sized keyboard to type with.


Since the advent of the iPad, I’ve seen a lot of tablet and phone enabled keyboards (there’s detachable ones, roll up ones, etc) but this one beats the rest in terms of portability. Since there’s no actual sheet that holds the keys, the size of the keyboard is essentially that of the tiny black box which shoots out the projection. 

However while that is desirable for its size, especially for use with mobile phones, there may be a steeper learning curve for mechanical keyboard users, who would like to feel keys being pressed down as they type.