Save on a keyboard made of lasers (seriously)



Deal pricing and availability subject to change after time of publication.

TL;DR: Work from your phone with the Serafim Keybo portable projection keyboard, which is on sale for 22% off. As of July 11, bring one home for $84.99.


With everything we can accomplish on smartphones — working, texting, streaming, browsing, note-taking, shopping, etc. — they can almost replace our laptops. Key word: almost. 

If you put aside the small screen, the one thing our smartphones truly lack is a sizable keyboard. At the same time, carrying around a keyboard kind of defeats the purpose of portability. That’s likely why the Serafim Keybo was such a hit on Kickstarter. It gives you the best of both worlds: a full-sized keyboard that takes up a fraction of the space.

With this tiny, 2.5-ounce box that stands just three inches tall, you can project a full-sized QWERTY keyboard onto flat surfaces. It connects via Bluetooth or USB and uses lasers to project the shape and layout of a keyboard onto your workspace. That way, you can use your phone to type up documents, write notes, fill in spreadsheets, and so much more. It’s even equipped with multiple language layouts. You can slide your phone into the holder on the top of the Keybo cube and get to work from anywhere.

Thanks to a built-in music app, the Keybo can also project a virtual piano onto surfaces. You can play piano, guitar, bass, or drums with the app and create your own melodies on the go without carrying your instrument with you everywhere. The cube will last up to 10 hours on a single charge, so you can work and play pretty much all day.

See it in action:

When you’re not using the Keybo as a keyboard or piano, it triples as a power bank to charge your phone. Regularly $109, you can snag yourself one of these versatile cubes on sale for only $84.99 for a limited time.

Credit: Serafim

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