01 Elecom unveils the TK PBL042BK Projection Keyboard in Japan

A Japanese company by the name of Elecom is one of the first out the gate to introduce a projection keyboard to market. The TK-PBL042BK wireless projection keyboard simply requires nothing more than a flat surface and its host to carry either USB or Bluetooth connectivity, which means iOS and Android will natively support it.

A Japanese company by the name of Elecom is one of the first out the gate to introduce a projection keyboard to market. The TK-PBL042BK wireless projection keyboard simply requires nothing more than a flat surface and its host to carry either USB or Bluetooth connectivity, which means iOS and Android will natively support it.

02 Elecom unveils the TK PBL042BK Projection Keyboard in Japan

When connecting the device to a host over USB it will operate as a USB HID keyboard while simultaneously getting a battery recharge.

03 Elecom unveils the TK PBL042BK Projection Keyboard in Japan

The device itself measures only 38.0 x 29.0 x 75.0 mm and weighs in at a mere 77g without the rechargeable battery (said to provide up to two hours of continuous use).

01 Elecom unveils the TK PBL042BK Projection Keyboard in Japan

The source has indicated that the K-PBL042BK will arrive in early April. Elecom has priced it at 28,875 JPY which works out to around US $352.

Source: Hermitage Akihabara