Touchjet Wave runs on Android, but it's no stranger to iOS smartphones either.


There are many sticks, which can be connected to your TV via HDMI port to change it into a computer. One of those devices is also Touchjet Wave. It easily mounts on top of the TV (or monitor) and brings a couple more cool features to your TV. There is even one that makes your TV (from 20 to 80 inch) touchscreen sensitive: using infrared technology, you can navigate anything you like directly from your TV and with your bare finger. If you don't like fingerprints all over your lovely TV screen, you can, naturally, use stylus.

There are many other advantages that come with Touchjet Wave: users can download any app from Google Play and play it on TV (its OS is Android 4.4), it is wifi enabled, and it can connect to your remote keyboard and mouse; there is a built-in camera and microphone available, so you can skype with your friends and family without having to leave your comfy living room sofa.

Users can navigate around the screen using an app, which can be installed on either Android or iOS smartphones.

Global launch is expected in April next year.

Oct. 1, 2015 Living photo: Touchjet Wave

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