We call it: Skeptical Investigation. (Copyright pending.)
That the suspiciously small Magic Cube can project a laser keyboard onto a flat surface and let you type freely and easily on your iPhone, iPad or Android phone. And that it actually works.
Our legendary team of technicians set the cube up on the nearest iPhone, with the magical help of Bluetooth. Then, behold: a red keyboard of light showed up on the desk. After a few minutes of people uttering the word “lasers” in awe, one brave technician stepped up to the plate and attempted to type.
It makes a noise every time a key is struck, which is at first reassuring and then, after a while... not reassuring. The period key is not in the right place. And it’s sensitive to the point that you’ll probably have to go back to the classic hunt-and-peck method rather than the home row style Mrs. Beacon beat into you all those years ago. But, still... lasers.