This idea for the next big thing is a tool that you can use to be creative but that takes up just a little more space than a plain sheet of paper, which it kind of resembles.
But the world’s thinnest keyboard can do more than just let you type in letters. It also serves as a mouse and can react to the kinds of hand gestures you might expect from a tablet. If you need to take it with you, it can be slipped in between the pages of a notebook where it will also transcribe handing or notes. Pretty cool, right?
Created by Cambridge Silicon Radio, it’s currently a prototype, but it could be available to connect wirelessly to your devices within a year. So what do you think? Is this super thin keyboard the wave of the future? Vote in the poll and tell us what you think!