Touchjet Wave

Aug 19, 2015

Category: Tech

You might not want to shell out thousands of dollars for a touchscreen television, although the concept seems like a fun idea. But what about a $120 device that turns your current TV into a touchscreen? Let us introduce you to Touchjet Wave.

This device uses infrared sensors to detect your finger movements along your TV. It sits on top of your TV, allowing you to play your games or use any of your Android or iOS apps right on your television. It also includes an IR stylus so that you don’t necessarily need to get fingerprints all over the screen. It supports screens up to 80 inches and 4K30fps resolutions over HDMI. The device seamlessly integrates with most televisions, and even has an intuitive app of its own which allows you to throw your images and videos right onto the screen. It’s available now through Indiegogo for $119. [Purchase]

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