Summary: There are dozens of Bluetooth keyboards on the market intended to turn the iPad and other tablets into content creation devices. The $199 Cellulon Magic Cube is also working toward that end, in an even more portable design. Unfortunately, a complicated setup and misplaced keys make this innovative accessory a tough sell.
Pros: Fascinating technology, Very portable, "Click" key strike feedback
Cons: Twice as expensive as BT keyboard, Too many surfacelighting restrictions, Period key misplaced above number row
Celluon Magic Cube Laser Keyboard Review: You're Ruining The Future For Everyone
13 August 2012
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When I was a kid, I was promised a future loaded with flying cars, holographic movies, interactive billboards and crazy new ways of engaging with super-powered computers. A few of those I’m still yet to receive, but one of them landed on my desk the other week for review: a laser projection keyboard.