You no longer need to worry about clumsy typing and sending messages from your smartphones or tablets. Typing will be easier now with TextBlade Keyboard, the multi-touch keyboard which you can easily carry in your pocket when you are travelling around. The keyboard has been developed by WayTools to work with smart devices. It is compatible with iPads, iPhones and Android devices.
Let us have a look at what the keyboard has to offer.
This three piece multi-touch keyboard solves the problem of typing on smart devices. The company aims to provide its users a ‘great touch typing – as easy to carry as a pen’ experience. The weight of the keyboard is only 1.5 ounces (42.5 grams) and its size is one-third of an iPhone. This makes the keyboard extremely light and small and it can be placed inside a pocket pretty easily.
The device has been billed and patented as possessing ‘next-gen key switch technology’ which offers ‘desktop finger-spacing, and full 2mm travel’. This makes the keyboard the ‘slimmest full QWERTY device ever made.’
The CEO of WayTools, Mark Knighton said “TextBlade is an entirely new class of device that delivers professional-grade, familiar touch typing to any platform – from iPhones to iPads to Android, without compromising the size or feel of the tablet.”
Use of Bluetooth
This keyboard is connected to a smart device through Bluetooth. You can easily connect it to any smart device with a Bluetooth connection and have an amazing touch-typing experience in a physical keyboard.
The layout is separated into four smart keys on each side. The space bar has touch sensitivity at the corners which will trigger numbers, special characters and symbols. The spacing between each key is 19mm, which is similar to a desktop.
The keyboard comes together magnetically and becomes a portable package which you can carry around easily.
You can pre-order the TextBlade Keyboard for US $99. It has an inbuilt cordless NanoCharger and a rechargeable lithium polymer battery. For every charge, the battery will last for around a month.
Will you be buying the TextBlade Keyboard? Do you think this innovation is really useful? We would love to hear your thoughts.