[CES 2014] Just as how the entire consumer electronics ecosystem seem to “speak” to one another these days with seamless ease, so too, will hardware manufacturers think of new ways to make sure that one device can connect to another with the least amount of hassle. Case in point, the $49.95 IOGear KeyShair which will enable seamless switching between desktop and Bluetooth-enabled devices that use a keyboard. This is good news for those who tend to do a whole lot of multi-tasking, where one would be able to obtain a greater degree of precision and speed whenever KeyShair wirelessly links them to a full-sized desktop keyboard or laptop, delivering faster texting or emailing on up to a quartet of mobile devices.Not only that, you will find that you will be able to shave off additional time when it comes to cutting and pasting from PC or Mac to mobile devices, in addition to creating shortcut programming for iOS and Android functions. The KeyShair will be able to be compatible with PC and Mac desktop or laptop keyboards, and play nice with the iPad, iPhone, Galaxy Tab and other mobile devices. Switching among the devices are a snap thanks to a simple hotkey, where you can also opt to add or remove new devices on the fly using responsive USB ports. Do bear in mind that some mobile operating systems will not be able to support mouse function, but only keyboards.