Touchscreen Rotary Board Replaces QWERTY Keyboard [Video]

Touchscreen Rotary Board Replaces QWERTY Keyboard [Video]

The concept behind the Slice Keyboard is to make typing easier and faster on a tablet.

Yi Chen
  • 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.

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