Monday, July 6, 2015

The Keyboards of the Future

The Latest on Keyboards

The Great Leap Forward

The evolution of keyboards. (Photo Credits)

Typing away in the computer the whole day can get a bit dull and boring. But not until you see the latest trends in electronic keyboards.
Website for instance featured this modern keyboard that was said to be invented to make its users type even faster. “Frustrated with the limitations of the traditional QWERTY layout, McEnaney spent the last decade designing a new one. Considering that the universal key arrangement was designed in the typewriter age — patented in 1878 — an alternative seems due. This one’s inspired by a bee.”

Electrician. Take a look at the bee-inspired keyboard here.

Type in the Fun

Geeks of the world will meantime unite with this new aluminum additional keys in a keyboard. Trends website featured various keys which include that of starwars, captain America, the avengers, and many others.

“The Nerdy Keyboard Keys Of Your Dreams Are Here.”

Check out the aluminum add-ons here.

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The ultimate boredom buster though is to take the keyboard out of the computer and use it elsewhere, in a totally different setting.Electrical Contractors

Time Magazine shared to its online readers, this foldable keyboard manufactured by Microsoft. “For heavy-duty writing on the go, regular keyboards are too big, while touchscreen keyboards are too small. But Microsoft is betting that is new, foldable keyboard will be just right. Microsoft unveiled the Universal Foldable Keyboard on Monday, a thin, lightweight keypad that folds down the middle. Unfold the keyboard and it automatically powers on and connects wirelessly to Bluetooth-enabled phones or tablets. The battery lasts upwards of three months on a single charge, according to Microsoft.”

Read the rest of the article here.

Trends like these at least provide a break in the routine, if not mechanical way of working with the computer.

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