At IFA 2013 this week CSR has unveiled a new keyboard that is printed on the worlds thinnest touch surface which measures just 0.5mm in thickness.
The new super thin wireless technology combines CSR’s low-power wireless technology together with the latest in printable, flexible electronics and touch screen sensing technology. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about the ultra thin CRS Keyboard project and see it in action.
The new CRS Keyboard has been designed to connect to devices using a Bluetooth Smart-optimized CSR1010 chip which has been designed and built by CSR. Paul Williamson, Director of Low Power Wireless at CSR explains a little more :
“With minimal weight and bulk, a full keyboard experience can be added to a tablet without taking up valuable screen area,”-“Thin enough to slip behind the pages of a notebook, it can be used to pick up handwriting and sketches from the nib of a modified pen.”
“Consumers want innovative, portable wireless accessories that just work with their mobile devices,” says “The ultra-thin touch surface we’ve developed is a perfect example of how Bluetooth Smart can give them just that. We’re committed to working collaboratively with developers using the CSR µEnergy platform to help them bring similar next-generation accessories to the market quickly.”
No information has been released as to when devices using the new ultra thin wireless touch surface technology will be available to purchase, but as always we will keep you updated as more information is published.
Source: Toms HardwareFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Technology News, Top News