Magnetic, Multi-Touch Keyboard Will Change Mobile Typing

Magnetic, Multi-Touch Keyboard Will Change Mobile Typing
technology

TextBlade magnetic device overturns how we do mobile typing with sensory approach

Simone Spilka
  • 30 january 2015

At coffee shops, in business meetings and on public transportation, we type on our smartphones as often — if not more often — as on our laptops. We’ve seen many companies introduce improvements to the touchscreen keyboard for more efficient, predictive typing on-the-go, but there is still a need for the multi-sensory experience of typing on a physical keyboard.

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