Emojis on a keyboard is a reality now.
EmojiWorks has designed a full QWERTY keyboard that also has emoji’s on it. The idea is genuinely basic.
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The keys work as the normal keys until you press the "emoji" button which will then make a key press create the suitable symbol.
The characters and all emojis are printed on the keyboard. There is even a skintone changer that permits you to exploit change the shade or skintone as per your choice.
The keyboard will need software, which will you have to install, in order for emojis to function. The quantity of emoji you will have access to will differ on the model you pick.
The standard release has 47, the Plus version has 94, and the Pro has 120. The better two versions two have emoji shift keys that let you pick the extra emoji (one additional for the Plus, two for the Pro) allocated to every key.
The keyboard can be used on iOS, Windows and Mac through a built-in integrated Bluetooth. It is powered by two AAA batteries. EmojiWorks' keyboards are up for pre-orders.
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They are expected to be shipped by 1st December. The standard, 47-emoji model will set you back $80, the 94-emoji Plus is priced at $90, and the 120-emoji Pro costs $100.