The KoBoJet keyboard from Taiwanese company Sho U doesn’t need a display though… because it has a built-in pico projector which lets you shine a screen onto any available surface.
On the other hand, the KiBoJet isn’t exactly a full-fledged PC. Instead it’s a keyboard + display solution that you can use with an Intel Compute Stick or another tiny PC.
CNET got a chance to check out the KiBoJet at Computex in Taiwan this week and reports it has a 150 lumen projector and can project an image between 21 and 33 inches wide at a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels.
The KiBoJet also features built-in stereo 3 watt speakers, WiFi, and Bluetooth, as well as USB, HDMI, and Ethernet ports.
Connect a Compute Stick and a Bluetooth mouse, and the KiBoJet basically lets you take a tiny PC on the road for a desktop-style experience.
Sho U plans to bring its keyboard/projector device to market in 2016.
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