CES: First Hands-On CTX MiSEETX Micro-Computer Projects iPhone 4

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wanted to project your iPhone 4 66-inches across your ceiling? It’s now possible with the new MISEETX. But that’s just one small function for the world’s first fully integrated micro-computer. It also boasts pretty much every input and output port you would ever need, a Intel Atom 1.6 GHz, 66-inch HD Pico projector using DLP, along with a touch screen, Wifi, and a “Virtual Laser Keyboard” which is as responsive as it is cool.

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Touch typing on tablet devices with LiquidKeyboard

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I’m very much partial to physical keyboards. Maybe it has to do with the tactile feedback. Maybe it has to do with the ability to “feel” between the different keys for added accuracy. With the creation of the “LiquidKeyboard,” these concerns may soon be overcome on tablets.

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Wow… SnapKeys 2i drops the keys from typing

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So we’re still not totally sure how it works, but SnapKeys 2i definitely caught our interest at CES 2011. Using only four imaginary letter keys and one hell of an advanced word prediction engine, SnapKeys hopes to change the way people type on their smartphones and tablets forever.

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Upcoming Windows Mobile 6.5 Update Comes with New Virtual Keyboard

The people over at HTC can develop their own on-screen keyboard to go with their TouchFLO 3D interface, as can the the Samsung folks with the TouchWiz UI, but what about a native Windows Mobile installation? Well, it seems that the newest build of Windows Mobile 6.5 will come with a new virtual keyboard and […]

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