Falcon Keyboard Reviewed on NewsWatch TV

The Falcon Bluetooth Keyboard was reviewed during the cable TV show NewsWatch on Thursday, March 5th.

Scott Steinberg, a Nationally Recognized Tech Expert, hosted the half hour show on the History Chanel and on the FYI channel.

The video clip of the Falcon Keyboard portion of the broadcast is at the following link:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6nH9n0fJonE

Feel free to post any comments on the video or your thoughts on our product.

 

Syncing with Multiple Devices

Falcon Keyboard Syncing with Multiple Devices - Tablets Image
Falcon Bluetooth keyboard can sync with multiple tablets.

As you may have figured out by now, our new computer keyboard has a mouse placed in the space bar. The cursor action is called the Falcon™, and this Bluetooth keyboard can be synced with three other components at the same time. This provides quick switching from a PC to a smart phone, or to a tablet.

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Falcon™ Keyboard Left-handed Keyboard Operation

Hands typing on a Falcon Keyboard
Falcon Bluetooth Keyboard showing left hand operation.

A new computer keyboard has come onto the market where the mouse has been placed in the space bar, allowing for easy use by either a right-handed or left-handed operator.

Even though only 7-10 percent of the population is left-handed, it is not easy for those whose job requires a lot of computer keyboard operation. Simple things like door knobs on the right side, writing from left to right, numeric keyboard pad on the right, and using scissors are just a few of the obstacles a left-handed person has to overcome. But let’s not forget that being left-handed can still be viewed as “hip” — five of the last seven presidents were left-handed. And, did you know that August 13 is Left Handers Day? Continue reading “Falcon™ Keyboard Left-handed Keyboard Operation”

Falcon Keyboard at the Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas Jan 6-9, 2015

Falcon Enterprises at CES 2015
Falcon Enterprises at CES 2015

Falcon Enterprise’s computer keyboard with a ‘Mouse in a Space Bar’ was shown at a booth in the South 3rd floor area of the Las Vegas Convention center. The CES is an annual event that has attracted between 150,000 and 160,000 attendees. This year at least 170,000 industry professionals, including 45,000 from outside the US, attended. Over 3600 vendor companies, from around the world, presented their products for view by others companies. No products are sold to the general public at this show, as many are pre-production units projected to be introduced into the market during 2015.
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Beta Testing the Falcon™ Keyboard Optical Mouse, Part III

Falcon Bluetooth Keyboard at Work
The Falcon Bluetooth Keyboard at work.

Last week we began a review of the Beta Test results and reviews for the Falcon™ Bluetooth Keyboard. Part I provided an overall summary, and Part II presented a few individual tester’s comments. This Part 3 concludes with the final group of individual tester’s comments.

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Beta Testing the Falcon™ Keyboard Optical Mouse, Part II

Falcon Bluetooth Keyboard - Mouse in Spacebar
Falcon Bluetooth Keyboard can be used up to 30 feet away from the device.

Our previous post, Beta Testing the Falcon™ Keyboard Optical Mouse, Part I, presented an overall summary, and a few individual tester’s comments. In this second part, we continue with individual tester’s comments and reviews.

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Beta Testing the Falcon™ Keyboard Optical Mouse, Part I

Falcon Keyboard spacebar mouse
Falcon Bluetooth Keyboard with a Mouse in the Spacebar.

The falcon™ is a multi-platform keyboard. It is compatible with any Bluetooth capable tablet, smart phone, laptop, or desktop computer. It provides a keyboard with a thumb-controlled cursor on the space bar, or “optical mouse”, and cursor activation keys under the fingertips of the computer operator’s hands.

The optical mouse that Falcon Keyboard has developed and beta tested is defined as the optical system including the activation keys for manipulating the cursor. While the Falcon keyboard has many unique features, the optical mouse can be incorporated in essentially any keyboard, and replace the need for a mouse or trackpad.

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