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Serafim Keybo projection keyboard deal from AWT

The Serafim Keybo is the world’s most advanced virtual laser projection keyboard piano. Now it’s available for only US$84.99 (22% off) thanks to a new Apple World Today deal.

The Serafilm Keybo can quickly turn any flat surface into your keyboard or piano. With multiple language layouts, this laser keyboard allows easy connection through Bluetooth and USB, making it an efficient and fancy way to work on your phone. In addition, it has a built-in music app so you can play or create music instantly. Play piano, guitar, bass, or drums! Moreover, it can be a power bank for emergent use thanks to its premium 2000mAh battery.

Features of the Serafim Keybo

  • Virtual keyboard. Type in your language at anywhere, anytime
  • 4+ musical instruments. Play piano, guitar, bass, or drums with the built-in music app
  • Power bank. 2,000mAh battery for emergent use
  • Long battery life. Can last up to 10 hours

Over 460% funded on Kickstarter

Specs

  • Color: white
  • Dimensions” 3.11″ x 2.09″ x 1.67″
  • Weight: 2.5oz
  • Frame rate: 90Hz
  • Projection surface: 10.55″ x 4.13″
  • # of keys: 78
  • Infrared angle degrees: up to 125 degrees
  • Reaction time: < 11.11ms
  • Battery life: 10 hours
  • Multi-language layout
  • Piano keyboard layout
  • Cellphone stand
  • External charger: 2,000mAh
  • Music app
  • Support framework development
  • Mobile app: Serafim Keybo (iOS or Android)
  • Manufacturer’s 1-year warranty

Compatibility

  • iOS 8.0 or later

Includes

  • Serafim Keybo
  • Micro USB Cablee
  • User Manual

Shipping

  • Ships To U.S.
  • Expected Delivery: Aug 4-9

Terms

  • Returns accepted within 30 days of shipment for orders within the Contiguous US.

Take advantage of the Serfim Keybo deal now and save 22% off the normal price of $109.

Dennis Sellers
the authorDennis Sellers
Dennis Sellers is the news editor of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.

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