Reliably accurate. Has a smartphone stand. Keyboard with 78 keys. Includes piano keyboard with bass, drums, and guitar instruments. Power bank. Available in white and black.
Its virtual keyboard is a little on the sensitive side.
Large keys for maximum accuracy. Slim but durable. Features a small keyboard. Easily pairs with Windows, Android, and iOS devices.
Makes a little sound with each tapped key by default, but it can be muted.
Compact virtual keyboard. Has a smartphone holder. Bluetooth connectivity. Large battery power bank. Adjustable sound and brightness levels. Convenient mouse pad mode. Portable.
Best for slower typists.
Affordable. Completely virtual mouse pad. Use by mimicking holding a mouse. Uses 4 virtual buttons. Especially accurate. Simple plug-and-play setup. Stylish.
Needs a USB connection.
Since mobility is a primary benefit of virtual keyboards, the ShowMe's 1000 mAh lithium battery is a big plus. Even with the additional battery time, the device maintains functionality, as keyboard visibility and keystroke response remain consistent over the longer periods of use.
This keyboard tends to be more difficult than some to see clearly, especially in environments with bright lighting.
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It may seem futuristic, but virtual keyboards are a technology that exists today. Where typically you type on physical keys, with virtual keyboards you type on a projected set of keys. This is an ideal option for devices like cell phones that do not have the physical space for a full-sized keyboard. The big issue for any virtual keyboard is how visible it is in both dark and light situations. If you travel frequently, you’ll need one with a long battery life. What settings, like volume and brightness, do you have access to? Check that it works with your operating system, and verify that it has some form of mouse feature that you’ll be able to work with.