The future of ICT is becoming better every single day with devices like "Bluetooth Laser Virtual Keyboard". According to ThinkGeek experts, this tiny device laser-projects a keyboard on any flat surface then you can type whatever you want accompanied by simulated key click sounds.
With this component you will be able to pocket your keyboard and use it anywhere on your bluetooth enabled device for example cell phone, PDA, laptop.

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According to ThinkGeek this bluetooth laser virtual keyboard has 63 keys and full size QWERTY layout and can approach typing speeds of a standard keyboard.


Keyboard Projection
Light source: Red diode laser
Keyboard layout: 63 key / full sized QWERTY layout
Keyboard size: 295 x 95mm projected keyboard size
Keyboard position: 60mm from VKB unit
Required Projection surface: Non-reflective, opaque flat surface
Visibility: Good contrast up to 600 lux ambient illumination

Keystroke Sensor
Ambient illumination: Works under all standard indoor illuminations up to 600 lux
Detection: rate Up to 400 characters per minute
Detection algorithm: Multiple keystroke support
Effective keystroke: Approximately 2mm
Operating surface: Any firm flat surface with no protrusions greater than 1mm

Bluetooth Spec: Bluetooth v1.1 class 2
Bluetooth Profile Supported: HID and SPP
Range of Frequency: 2.4GHz Spectrum
Transmission range: 9m
Number of supported passkeys: 5

Power source: Integrated, 3.6V rechargeable lithium-ion battery
Battery capacity > 120 minutes continuous typing
Charge Method: Included 100-240V AC Wall Adapter

Approximately 35 x 92 x 25mm (1.38" x 3.6" x 1")

Support for PalmOS 5, PocketPC 2003, Windows Smartphone, Symbian OS, and Windows 2000/XP (Mac OSX will work but drivers are not provided. See the bottom of this page for details.) Look below for a list of specific compatible devices. Please note your device may still work properly if not on this list as long as it supports one of the OS listed above.

HP 1940, 2210, 4700, 5550, RX3417, RX3715
Dell Axim 50 X50V
MIO 336 BT
Palm Tungsten T3
Palm Tungsten T5
Palm Zire 72

Nokia 3650,6600, 6260, 6630, 6680, 7650
Motorola A1000,MPx220
HP 6300 Series
Sony Ericsson P800,P900,P910i

PCs and Laptops
Windows 2000/XP Drivers and Software Included
Important Mac OS Note:
We were able to get the Bluetooth Virtual Laser Keyboard to work with Mac OSX using the built-in bluetooth support in the OS. However, there is no driver software for Mac included with the keyboard and therefore no way to set the keyboard preferences such as brightness, key-repeat rate and sensitivity. You have been warned!

For those who love fancy life style and enjoy the showbiz world then technology has just provided you one. A 4GB memory golden bar USB measuring only 55 x 23 x 12mm and weighing just 45g, the gold bar USB drive is an eye-candy made in metal with all high-speed USB 2.0 facets.

The Gold Bar USB Drive has all of 4GB of memory.  To hold to that gold bar look, they made it so that the USB drive actually retracts within the gold bar.  That also means this is one of the good drives that makes it so that you never have to worry about losing the cap to the USB drive.  It’s not made of real gold, which I would think is fairly obvious.  Instead it’s built with metal housing surrounding it to keep your data safe and at hand.  You can purchase it for $27 through USB Geek.
So you have the money? Just order one…

Source: GizmoWatch and Coolest Gadgets

Just imagine a long day full of stress and the only thing you want to do is drive back home listening to nice music all coming from iPod directly connected to your car radio. iPod make life easy.

On the road.
Let your iPod drive your car?s sound system. Listen to and control your iPod in your car just as you would a CD. The factory stereos in most new vehicles have an MP3 input jack. Just connect your iPod and suddenly your cabin is filled with whatever is playing on your iPod.

Connecting your iPod to your car is just as easy as connecting it to your computer. Many newer vehicles with iPod-ready audio systems use a 30-pin connector cable similar to the one that connects an iPod to your computer.
Once connected, your iPod is quickly recognized by your car audio system and added as an audio source.
Audio systems in many newer vehicles have taken a cue from iPod and make it easy to find the right song or audiobook. Browse through on-screen menus to see playlists, artists, albums, even genres and composers.
On your run and in the gym.
Your iPod nano or iPod touch is your running partner, along with the Nike + iPod Sport Kit or Sensor and a pair of Nike+ shoes. With the sensor in your shoe, your iPod gives you feedback while it records your run. When you?re done, sync your iPod with and you?ll see how fast you?ve run and how far you?ve come.
iPod is also your personal trainer at the gym. Just connect your iPod nano or iPod touch to any Nike + iPod compatible cardio equipment, and it records your workout and charges your iPod while your music and video keep you pumping.