Magic Cube: Prodigy Laser IR Projected Keyboard from CES 2012! - Hak5

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Uploaded on January 19, 2012 by Revision3

Darren shows off the latest from Prodigy's laser-projected keyboards from the CES 2012 show floor! The Magic Cube is an ultra-portable, full-sized virtual computer keyboard compatible with Android, iPhone and any other device with Bluetooth HID support.

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