For now, the consumer unit only works with Windows 8. She wouldn't say what it will cost.
Tobii expects its technology will be integrated in laptops and displays in 2014 or 2015, with tablets to follow.
Tobii attended CES for the first time last year, and is returning to the show in Las Vegas next week. Like many smaller vendors that take part it hopes to make new connections in both the hardware and software field.
"You get to meet everyone at CES, which is a lot of fun. ... It is also a chance to take the pulse of our own technology," Hyléen said.
CES takes place between Jan. 8 and Jan. 11.
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