R2-D2 Virtual Keyboard

Dec 10, 2015

Category: Tech

So you simply commented on a Facebook post, and now some internet tough guy is picking a fight with you. Sometimes it takes a little courage to fight back, just as it took courage for Luke Skywalker to fly to Dagobah and look for Yoda. R2-D2 helped him then, and he can help you now with the R2-D2 Virtual Keyboard.

Everyone’s favorite robot projects a virtual keyboard onto your desk or table, letting you text or type via Bluetooth to your iPhone, iPod, iPad, Android smartphone or tablet, and Windows. It’s no Carrie Fisher in her prime, but the red hologram has a range of around 10 meters (over 32 feet) and emits R2-esque noises with every button press. Will your internet bully bow down before you once you tell him off via R2’s keypad? That’s for you to find out. [Purchase]

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