Celluon Magic Cube Laser Projection Keyboard
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- Ultra-Portable, Full Sized Projection Keyboard
- and Multi-touch Mouse
- iOS4-IOS6 (iPhone 3GS/4, & 5 iPad, iPad2, and later
- Android 2.0 and higher
- Windows Phone 7, Windows XP/Vista/Windows 7 & Mac OS X
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Understanding that this is a very new and innovative product, there will always be room for improvement. That being said, this is a nice product that I am still evaluating. Product quality is excellent and has a solid look to its construction. Installation is a breeze as advertised.
I've installed it on my Windows 7 Pro desktop PC, my Windows 7 Home laptop, and my HTC EVO 3D running Android 2.3.4. Pairing with all 3 devices was seamless with one exception. On the laptop it took about 5 tries to get the system to except the pairing code. Once it did it paired without a problem.
I am finding that the surface is extremely important as well as the correct sensitivity setting on the keyboard. Not sure if this is the case but, the unit also seems to get more responsive and accurate the more you use it. It takes time to learn the user's individual keystrokes depending on the thickness of your fingers, the amount of pressure one uses to type, and other characteristics of the users way of typing.
One of the real Pros that I like is in low light situations, like for me, my laptop keyboard is not backlit and for that it's great!
One of the cons as mentioned in another review is the keyboard layout. It is not a full, normal QWERTY layout and as said before does not have a right side number pad.
The mouse pad I'm still trying to figure out and at least for now going to stick with my wireless mouse. The sensitivity also has a lot to do with how well the mouse pad functions.Read more ›
The good points are few and far between. It has a great look to it and hooking it up via USB is simple although I did have to plug it in twice before my system read it properly. After that, it operated like any keyboard.
I could not get it to pair via Bluetooth with three Android phones that it says it will pair with. I did get it to pair with my Acer tablet without a problem.
The big elephant in the room is the keyboard itself. It is not a full keyboard. The function keys are in different positions and there is no extended keyboard. As an editing keyboard, I need the extended keyboard and the function keys where they should be.
Finger position on the keys is also important and problematic if you need to do a Control/Shift/third key stroke such as delselecting tracks in an Avid of FCP. If you are like me and are used to hitting and holding the Shift, then then Control button then hitting the A buttong, it doesn't recognize the keystrokes because your Shift finger has probably blocked the Control finger you laid on the board.
Keystroke recognition is slowly. Way too slow. I started to write this review using the Magic Cube and gave up because it was taking too long. The keyboard on my tablet just barely keeps up with my typing (roughly 30-40wpm...not great) so I switched back. The Magic Cube cannot keep up past hunt-and-peck typing and it stumbles on double taps of the same key.
Key press and hold works slowly as well. You will get multiple letters, but it takes a while for the keyboard to recognize you are waiting for it to double up letters.Read more ›
This device caught my eye during my search for a PlayStation 3 keyboard; I eventually ended-up getting the PS3 Wireless Keypad, but its lack of back-lit keys left me wanting something more visible in low-lighting.
Come this holiday season, and the Celluon Magic Cube appeared as a gift from my wife. Not only did it pair easily with my PS3, but it also paired with my Kindle Fire HD. This device works on basically any flat surface; right now it's doing just fine on my wooden kitchen table, and has given me no problems on the coffee table, walls, counter tops (both stone and synthetic) and it even works (mostly) on low-pile carpet. The device even seems to work when the keys are hardly visible, as evidenced by a test on the black stone counter at my work.
The Magic Cube gives-off a digital "blip" when a key is triggered, and shift functions work just as on a regular keyboard; you hold "SHIFT" with one finger and trigger the relevant key with another. There is no indication that "CAPS-LOCK" is activated, and there is no volume control for the sound; the sound is not really louder than a regular keyboard, but it's a different frequency. However, unlike previous models: the newer model does provide audible feedback for function/modifier keys like shift, caps-lock, etc.
Holding the "Function" key and pressing the mouse arrow activates a multi-touch mouse, which works quite well. I had no idea a mouse cursor would ever appear on my Kindle Fire HD screen, but there it is.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Actually works pretty good! Doesn't work on all surfaces but it doesn't take away how impressive it is.Published 7 months ago by Jarrod Fawcett
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Fast shipping..... Nice gadget to use and play with the kids withPublished 11 months ago by Nedson C. Nelson