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iBIZ to show virtual laser keyboard, Pocket Radio and Xela Case during CES 2004

Posted on 4-Jan-2004 17:03 | Filed under: News


iBIZ to show virtual laser keyboard, Pocket Radio and Xela Case during CES 2004
iBIZ Technology Corp. released their plans to exhibit new products at the International Consumer Electronics Show 2004 in Las Vegas.

The company will highlight their much anticipated Virtual Laser Keyboard for PDA's. iBIZ Virtual Laser Keyboard attaches to PDAs and projects the image of a full-size keyboard onto a flat surface, making it easy to input text without a physical keyboard.

The Virtual Laser Keyboard is compatible with Palm OS, Pocket PCs, laptops and desktop PCs. The Virtual Laser Keyboard will be available for US$99.99 from major retailers, e-commerce sites, and iBIZ Technology's own e-commerce site in the 1st quarter 2004. An upcoming version for cell phones will be available in 4th quarter 2004. For a link to a review of different virtual keyboard technologies, you can read this article.

"We are excited to be apart of the 2004 Consumer Electronics Show," said Ken Schilling, President and Chief Executive Officer of iBIZ Technology Corp. "We expect this show to be a huge success for iBIZ Corp."

iBIZ will also showcase their FM pocketRADIO, the industry's first FM Radio for the PDA Market. Both Palm & Windows Mobile Pocket PC users can tune into FM Radio anytime & anywhere. At the iBIZ booth, visitors will also be able to see their XELA Case/Keyboard, the only keyboard on the market that is designed for conventional two-handed typing as well as single-handed input.