Eleksen Ltd. is working with Microsoft Corp. to deliver a range of ElekTex-based interfaces for new Ultra-Mobile PCs. The new peripherals designs include Eleksen's Bluetooth fabric keyboard and its new USB keyboard.
The company will unveil a carrying case with an integrated keyboard and a range of designs that go beyond traditional functions to provide rich multimedia controls operated from the case cover itself. The designs include a variety of sensor layouts and control electronics that can easily be integrated into an Original Equipment Manufacturer's (OEMs) accessories products and are available immediately.
The designs illustrate how textile interfaces can be integrated into some of the most common accessories and peripherals to extend the ease-of-use and enhance the mobility of these devices creating a new type of peripheral that complements the portability of Ultra-Mobile PCs.
With ElekTex, interfaces can be developed into standalone accessories or can be built into protective cases and covers for Ultra-Mobile computing devices.