Revolutionary Pen-Size Computer Uses Bluetooth Technology

A revolutionary new miniature computer is being worked on in Japan that comes in the shape of a pen that you can slip in to your pocket. It projects a monitor and keyboard on any flat surface that you can begin using like any regular PC computer. With its Bluetooth technology, it recognizes your key-presses and inputs as per usual. See the photos below. I’m trying to find out more about it and when it is expected to be available to the masses. Stay tuned!

 

 

 

 

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13 Responses to Revolutionary Pen-Size Computer Uses Bluetooth Technology

  1. nsvasanth says:

    super one !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Rakesh says:

    helped me to present a new technology and very impressive……..

  3. wow thats really interesting i would love to get in contact with you if you would please try and look me up and email me if its not to much and even if possible i’d love to order one

  4. nada says:

    i would really like to know more information about this computer. Like how many pens does it use and what is the rfunction of each one and how do they communicate with each other and if this technology exists in real or is just a conceptual prototype for the future.

  5. avinash says:

    its really good but i want full information about it can you send me my mail please

  6. renjith m s says:

    i want to know how it is working ,r u using nanotechnology in this product

  7. MM says:

    how does cost this computer???

    it’s an emergency!!! plz

  8. MM says:

    how does this computer cost???

    it’s an emergency!!! plz

  9. kareem says:

    how does it work

  10. jeannette says:

    this looks very awesome

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