Many folks will be mainly using smartphones or smart wearables to get things done in a couple of years. Smartphones are already popular. The smartwatch business is going to explode with the iWatch and more sophisticated Android Wear watches hitting the market soon. Many of these devices have their own keyboards, but they are not convenient to use. These 5 keyboards are designed to help people type on their phone or wearable device faster:
Qwerkywriter: this elegant keyboard is inspired by typewriters of the past. It has 84 keys and features Cherry MX Blue Switches.
AirType: a keyless keyboard that you would wear to type on any surface. This smart keyboard learns from your finger movements and adapts to how you type.
Virtual Keyboard: another device with sensors to turn any surface into a keyboard. It can be used with wearable devices like GLASS and Oculus Rift.
Tactus: brings real physical buttons to your smartphone or tablet. Here is the neat part though: the keyboard disappears when you are done with it.
Fuffr Cover: this turns any surface outside your phone’s screen into a multitouch surface to interact with your phone without having to touch its screen.
Which one of these keyboards are you impressed with the most?