Missing Remote: Phantom Lapboard Review


“I can positively say that in the case of the Phantom Lapboard, form follows function. They sought to create a keyboard and mouse that could be used for gaming or multimedia usage from the couch and came up with an unique designed that allowed you do to just that.”

– Michael Welter, Missing Remote

BUT truth be told…Mrs. Welter has stolen the show with her own report in the review:

“I love how easy it is to use. The full size and large mousing area is a plus. The mouse is so easy to maneuver and it contours perfectly to your hand, it is perfect for little hands as well. The kids find this keyboard much more useful than the previous models and this is one keyboard I can say does not make me want to slam it against the coffee table a few times when it is being uncooperative.”

– Mrs. Welter

4 Responses to “Missing Remote: Phantom Lapboard Review”

  1. This is actually the most thorough write-up of the lapboard I’ve seen. Overall positive review, and lot of great ideas to take the Lapboard forward to its next iteration.

    The good vibes and momentum keep building; this is great to see.

  2. 55 Chevy Says:

    I agree with Bob, this is great to see. We are now starting to see that people in the know really do like this lapboard !!! As word gets out, popularity will grow, along with sales. Eventually we are counting on the stock to be re-listed on the market. The company will surely grow from there. I’am still counting on you Phantom !!!

    55 Chevy

  3. Do you guys have any plans to attend Gen Con in Indianapolis to show off the Lapboard?

  4. DITTO 55 CHEVY!!!!


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