Redefining the keyboard.
CPUs have gotten smaller, monitors have gotten wider, chairs have gotten ergonomic. Technology has resized our machines to fit our lifestyles, business needs, and personal comfort. But for the past 128 years,
the mechanics by which we input text into machines has been dictated not by technology, but by the limitations of our hands. Soon, this era may be over if retired engineer John McKown
gets his way. McKown has invented a palm-size one-handed wearable keyboard.
Should we embrace this giant leap into mobile computing? Or are we not able to part with a century of QWERTY?
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posted by PrinceValium
on Aug 12, 2002 -