The paper-thin keyboard is less than half of a millimeter thick, and it uses Bluetooth Smart wireless technology to connect to devices such as tablets or desktops.
The keyboard is also flexible and can be integrated directly into a protective smartphone or tablet cover.
It will be shown publicly at this week's IFA conference in Berlin. The keyboard uses CSR’s 1010 chip for Bluetooth Smart connectivity to iOS 7, Android v4.0, and Windows 8 devices.
CSR said it worked with Atmel and Conductive Inkjet Technology to make the wireless touch surface