SOURCE: CTX Virtual Technologies, Inc.

CTX Virtual Technologies, Inc.

July 16, 2014 12:11 ET

CTX Virtual Technologies, Inc. Launching Software Update to Its Virtual Keyboard Enabling 10 Finger Typing Mode

BOCA RATON, FL--(Marketwired - Jul 16, 2014) - CTX Virtual Technologies, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: CTXV) a technology company that manufactures and distributes mobile telecommunication and virtual imaging devices, touch screens and tablets announced that it has completed the new software version for its popular VK200 virtual keyboard.

Since launching the world's smallest virtual laser keyboard and the green laser keyboard in 2013, CTX has been working on the next generation functionality for its virtual laser keyboards. The latest upgrade will enable users to rest their fingers on the home row keys and provide more accurate key press detection. This new ten (10) finger typing mode will address the limitations of current virtual keyboard technology in attempting to displace mechanical keyboards. For avid typists, the new typing mode will make the virtual keyboard a true keyboard replacement option. CTX plans to make the new software available to existing users for download from the internet to update their existing devices. 

Clifford Rhee, CEO, stated, "The consumer response to our VK200 and the new VK200 with the green laser keyboard has been incredible. With the launch of the new typing mode, CTX is continuing our focus on ensuring both the VK200 and the entire suite of products will give our customers the best user experience." 

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