While we may still be a few years away from controlling our devices by wildly swiping through the air like in Minority Report, there are still some cool, cyberpunk-y ways to interface with your electronics already here today. Take, for example, the Serafim Keybo, which uses lasers to turn any flat surface into a full QWERTY keyboard for mobile devices. Usually retailing for $109, this bit of future tech is currently
on sale at 22% off
for only $85.
Unlike bulky traditional keyboards, the Keybo needs just a tiny footprint to both stand up your device and laser-project an entire keyboard across a 10″ x 4″ patch of table. Compatible with both iOS and Android devices, the Keybo hub can connect to phones and tablets either via Bluetooth or with a USB cable. Though English may be the lingua franca, the Keybo was designed for international use and is compatible