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Elecom K-PBL042BK Bluetooth Projection Keyboard Is Expensive

Might be cool at $35, not at $350

Mar 13 2012, 3:00pm CDT | by

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Elecom K-PBL042BK Bluetooth Projection Keyboard Is Expensive

This little gadget is something we've seen before with a new twist. Elecom has unveiled a new projection keyboard that will connect to your computer via USB. While connected to your computer via USB it will charge its internal battery for two hours use on the go. The new feature here is Bluetooth connectivity.

The Bluetooth connectivity means the keyboard can be connected to your Android or iOS device for use on the go. Everything sounds really cool so far, now for the bad part. The price in Japan is ¥28,875 or roughly $352.

 

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