World’s thinnest keyboard unveiled by Cambridge tech firm

The company behind the wireless in beats headphones and the Nike running gadget has unveiled that the world’s thinnest keyboard with the flexible wireless touchscreen in half of millimeter thick. Cambridge-based CSR, which is specializes in the wireless technology showcased that the prototype of that the product at the IFA consumer and electronics event in the Berlin.

Paul Williamson, CSR’s director of the low power wireless products, said that the final form factor depended on the how manufacturers will bring the keyboard to the market, although it’s the primary use is likely to be as the lightweight, the complementary of external keyboard for the tablet devices. This is the working prototype and the glimpse forwards the rather than the something people will be buying this year. We might see lots of shapes and sizes in the market some as small as the iPad Mini or the larger, more than rigid form the desktop PC, which could be the curved in any color way the transparent or the fitted with the leather folio.

Developed in partnership with the Cambridge Inkjet Technology that the interface for that the product is printed out and it can be customized. That could mean the printing bespoke keyboards in the different languages with is ease or the customized keyboards for the functions such as the video editing and for the customers who would like to personalized patterns or the messages on their own keyboard. The keyboards in the touchscreen could be used under the piece of the paper to the transcribe notes made with the pen and sync them to the computer.

CSR’s research has led to the wireless products that it enables the music streaming in that the popular Beats headphones, that the performance-tracking tool with the Nike Sport Watch and that the Jam box speaker. It founded in 1999, CSR is the one of the cluster of the successful, research in focused tech companies clustered around the Cambridge and the Silicon Fen who has been recently discussed the introducing the Made in Cambridge badge to the promote their products.

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