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Celluon LaserKey CL850 Projection Keyboard

by Celluon

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  • Laser Projection Keyboard - English QWERTY model
  • Works as standard USB HID keyboard when connected to PC with USB cable
  • Bluetooth connections require special Celluon driver. Available for Windows and some older mobile platforms
  • Not compaitble with iPad/iPod or recent Blackberry devices
  • Includes: CL850 unit, USB cable, AC power adapter, rechargable battery, driver disk, manuals

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 1.5 x 1.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
  • ASIN: B0010SLSOS
  • Item model number: CL850
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)

Product Description

Amazingly small unit projects laser keyboard onto any non-reflective surface, and detects when the virtual keys are "touched". Provides both standard USB HID keyboard connectivity and non-standard Bluetooth SPP connectivity (requires Celluon driver on target platform to receive keystrokes). The CL850 can be powered by USB, with included AC adapter, or with built-in lithium ion battery power. Charge battery before use. Works via USB with any computer than can supply sufficient power (does not work with iPad for power reasons). Bluetooth compatible with Windows XP/Vista/Win7 using Microsoft Bluetooth stack, and some older mobile platforms. See celluon.com for list of compatible drivers. We recommend installing drivers on your phone or PC to confirm compatibility before purchase. Keyboard Project Specifications: 1. Light source - Red laser diode. 2. Keyboard Language - English 3. Keyboard layout - 19mm sized QWERTY layout. 4. Keyboard size - Approx. 304mm*105mm. 5. Keyboard position - Approx. 100mm from keyboard device. 6. Projection surface - Non-reflective, opaque flat surface. 7. Keystroke Sound - Built in buzzer (Mute on/off the sound). 8. Visibility - Visible in 1000-5000 lux ambient light. Keyboard Sensor Specifications: 1. Illumination - Visible in incandescent light of 1800 lux. 2. Detection rate - Over 400 characters per minute. 3. Effective key stroke - Approx. 2~5mm. 4. Operating surface - Any flat surface. Electrical Condition Specifications:1. Power source - The USB bus power. Lithium ion battery power. The DC input power. 2. Battery capacity - 830mAH(Max)@3.7V. Replaceable soft-pack type. 3. Adapter - Rating 1A @ 5V. 4. Interface - USB 1.1 and 2.0 for PC. Bluetooth(v1.1 class 2) for Mobile devices. 5. Touch Switch - Switch the active/Standby mode manually. 6. Power consumption - max. 3W@5V.

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This product work very well considering are no actual buttons.
Heavy_Water
I am not all sure on whether or not it works for the vista 64-bit system (on the site it only has the setup for the 32-bit systems, so my guess is no).
Seth Rivera
Well, still no reply from the company, so the item gets returned tomorrow ..
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

37 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Joel Sherrouse on July 21, 2009
I was excited when I got my Celluon CL-850 BT keyboard in the mail, and after a bit of setup, am very happy with it - with caveats. I run it on my Blackberry 8320 (curve), and it works great. I'm a college student and I take all my notes on my phone now. Just be aware that Blackberry devices by default are a bit tricky to get working with a keyboard - that's RIM's fault, not Celluon.
I don't like that this device requires its own software for handhelds, and the company has NO customer support (they ignore email). I was never able to get this running on my WM5 HP IPAQ pda (what i originally intended to use this with, so I could draw in hand-written notes) - whenever I select this as the input the software insta-crashes. If Celluon ever goes under, the device will no longer support new OS's, and since it's really meant for mobile devices that's a bad thing. It works with my latop, but there's no real reason to use this on a device with a better keyboard built in. Also, given that I paid $150 for this thing when I got it I'm pretty well tied down to my phone, since there's not many devices I KNOW this will work with.
Keyboard functions reasonably well. You may have to adjust to not having any tactile response to typing, as there are no actual keys being depressed. Also be aware that accuracy is important and calibrating the sensitivity for different surfaces/lighting conditions is required, but easy. Start tapping your fingers on the desk if you wanna know what it feels like typing on this thing. By the way, it's a laugh riot seeing first time users push down harder on the "keys" trying to get it to work.
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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Michael Limm on December 11, 2007
After purchasing the new version of the projection keyboard, CL850, I noticed the new USB features are amazing. I can plug the projection keyboard into my desktop's and my laptop's USB slot; both recognized the keyboard right away and needed no installation of drivers. Also, CL850 has a built in mouse sensor that allows me to keep my hands in the general area at all times! It's an amazing product!
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Seth Rivera on July 19, 2008
This product works great!!!!im actually using it now!i was afraid to get it at first because of the review i read by O. Graupman..he had stated that the blue tooth didn't work with vista.. However, vista(32-bit) IS COMPLETELY compatible with the celluon cl850 (including bluetooth). I am not all sure on whether or not it works for the vista 64-bit system (on the site it only has the setup for the 32-bit systems, so my guess is no). For vista, you need to go to the site (under support download) and download the setup because it its not on the cd. initially, it didnt connect right away, but all you have to do is change the serial port in the settings (i changed mine to com 40 and it worked right away). Thus, those running vista 32-bit systems, do not be afraid to by this awesome gizmo! :)

Hope this helped!

P.S. O. Graupman, if you are reading this.. try to look on the celluon website under support downloads. You might be able to find your phone setup there because im guessing you couldn't find it on the cd.
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17 of 21 people found the following review helpful By O. Graupman on March 30, 2008
I thought this keyboard would make a cool keyboard for both my cell phone and laptop. The keys really look nice projected onto a desk. Unfortunatly, this keyboard doesn't work in bluetooth mode with Windows Vista and it would not work with my phone despite being on the compatibility list on the web site. Numerous emails to tech support went unanswered. The keyboard did work okay in USB mode with my laptop; however, the included USB cable was so short that I couldn't place the keyboard anywhere that gave me a decent (non-neck-craning) view of the screen. I could get the device to work on my Windows XP computer, but the included utility for adjusting sensitivity would crash seconds after opening it. The manual was a little hard to decipher as the english in it is poor and often referred to non-existant sections. I'm returning the device.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By D. Schweitzer on December 1, 2008
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need ultra smooth flat surface, no complaints, not a lot of versatility, bluetooth setting very primitive and poorly executed, usb use is most reliable. battery lasts a plenty of time.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By M. Van Staden on August 3, 2008
This is an excellent addition to my Blackberry 8310 - I use it often and it works perfectly on both that and my Mac.

Only one thing, ladies... nail polish on your nails will play havoc with the lasers.. :-) It doesn't work well at all when you have painted nails!
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Ryan Grady on April 1, 2008
This product is really cool. The mouse feature in the new version is really easy to use as well. This is a great addition to UMPCs or PDAs. This is a certainly a must have for a techie. It is easy to use, syncs with Bluetooth easily and battery charges quickly. Just be aware this isn't really a keyboard replacement as there are some nuances that you must get used to in order to use it easily.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By John P. Laird on May 23, 2009
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I just recieved this product today and I'm very impressed... I was a little puzzled at first because I went straight for the disk. You don't have to, it's plug and play and you can adjust sensitivity through your keyboard functions. I am 100% satisfied, in fact... I'm using the keyboad right now! I haven't tried it with my blackberry yet, but I know from using my "smart" phone <-- haha, smart... yeah right, the thing is stupid!The phone itself will probably give me trouble. I haven't had any trouble at all though with the keyboard itself. I would say that if you're a tech kind of guy this is definately a plus to add to you collection. I would like to thank Cellulon personally for a genius product. I hope to see more awesome products from you in the future, I'll be waiting with my credit card! hehe
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