Can you guess the size of the world’s thinnest Keyboard?by Sushant Bhosale September 17, 2013 0 comments
How about a keyboard which is just a half millimeter thick? Impossible but true. The half millimeter thick keyboard has been designed and developed by CSR PLC, dedicated to design and develop silicon and software products for catering to electronics to be used by the end consumers.
This keyboard works with CSR’s low-power wireless technology and is capable of turning any area into a touch surface. It can be easily integrated with touch interfaces of smart phones and tablets making it extremely user friendly and open to a large number of users. CSR’s Bluetooth low energy platform is designed to power health sensors, home automation products, remote controls, watches, sports equipment and other new upcoming applications.
Considering its light weight and flexibility as its powerful features, the keyboard can be easily integrated to provide a keyboard surface by attaching it to a desktop for enhanced use. Adding to its mobility advantage, the gadget can scan handwriting and sketches from the nib of a specially devised pen.
Moving on technicalities, the surface of the keyboard can be wirelessly connected using the CSR1010® chip, belonging to the CSR µEnergy® range which is made to suit the requirements of Bluetooth Smart. You can connect it with iOS7 mobile devices and Windows 8 PCs using minimum amount of energy of the standard Bluetooth device which definitely adds to its list of pros. With a minimum touch latency of less than 12mS, this keyboard provides instant visual feedback and thereby ensuring a seamless user experience.
Wafer thin and sleek, this half millimeter thick keyboard can be easily carried out offering a seamless experience with reference to entering of data or accessing data through its attached devices. All in all, it is a boon for those are always on the move but do remember to carry it along for you are very likely to forget packing it up after use.