Presented as a prototype during CES 2012, REX, the manufacturer of Tobii, returned to CES 2013 with a big news. With uninviting cost of $995, the device promises to be an alternative to the old keyboard and mouse combination that allows you to use eye movements to control Windows 8. A change in the way of interacting with your computer is made possible through a small sensor on the bottom left of the monitor, which is connected to your machine via a USB port. After a single calibration, the device enables navigating the operating system by simply looking at them - to access any program, just select it and press a button on the keyboard.
The machine can also be programmed to perform the navigation through web pages with the aid of a single button. Additionally, you can use it in combination with the application of maps to highlight Windows 8 locations or navigate through different locations. It is worth noting that Tobii is still not providing the product to consumers, which can result in changes in their appearance (and price) when it finally is released at the end of 2013.