Touchscreen Rotary Board Replaces QWERTY Keyboard [Video]
The concept behind the Slice Keyboard is to make typing easier and faster on a tablet.
- 10 december 2012
The Slice Keyboard works with Android tablets that changes the way we type on screen. Similar to touch typing, the traditional QWERTY keyboard is replaced with a rotary board. To type, certain fingers need to be on the touchscreen in order to enter a letter or symbol. The concept is that the user can quickly access characters via simple taps, and without having to adjust the finger placement everytime.
The rotary keyboard does take time to get use to and comes with a Space Invaders like game to help users improve their typing. The Slice Keyboard is available in a demo and paid version on Android tablets 7″ and larger. Watch the video below for a demonstration of the keyboard: