Trending

Filed under: News | Other Stuff

 

New futuristic Keyless Keyboard - CES 2003 Winner

Dec 27 2002, 1:50pm EST | by

New futuristic Keyless Keyboard - CES 2003 Winner
 
 

CES 2003 Innovations Award Winner

The Keybowl orbiTouch keyless keyboard (MSRP: $695) uses a pair of ergonomically sculpted domes to “type” characters with the same precision as pressing a key. Physically, it relies on the whole hand versus the fingers to type. These hand motions are similar to the ones used on a QWERTY keyboard. 

CEO Peter McAlindon discusses the orbiTouch in a fourteen minute streamed interview/power point presentation/demo video from the floor of the TASH Conference, an annual international event for people with disabilities, with CEO Dave Gardy,  TVWorldwide.com.




Visit Xoxide.com to make your PC silent!
Targus PDA Mouse
irock! Hot Music...Hot Wireless...even Hotter Value. irock! do you?
Headsets
Gadgets Under $30
GPS Personal Locator


You Might Also Like

Updates

Shopping Deals

 
 
 

<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/2" rel="author">Luigi Lugmayr</a>
Luigi Lugmayr (Google) is the founding chief Editor of I4U News and brings over 15 years experience in the technology field to the ever evolving and exciting world of gadgets. He started I4U News back in 2000 and evolved it into vibrant technology magazine.
Luigi can be contacted directly at ml@i4u.com.

 

 

Comments

blog comments powered by Disqus

Latest stories

Yahoo CEO reportedly courting Apple to dump Google as its default search engine
Yahoo CEO reportedly courting Apple to dump Google as its default search engine
It's an ambitious plan that will require lots of work. A lot.
 
 
Valerie Harper Recovering from Brain Cancer
Valerie Harper is Recovering from Brain Cancer
Valerie Harper was told the news awhile back that she had brain cancer. However, today she is recovering fast from the ailment which meant certain death.
 
 
Car Seats Revolutionized for Kids by Volvo
Car Seats Revolutionized for Kids by Volvo
Volvo has come up with a revolutionary concept in car seats for youngsters. The small inflatable car seats can be inflated and deflated in record time.
 
 
Wearable Devices: What's In Taiwan's Huge Hardware Closet?
What is In Taiwan's Huge Hardware Closet?
I’ve made a record number of dead-end queries this month to find out who’s making wearable devices in Taiwan. Maybe the global tech hardware hub isn’t doing much with the fast-emerging consumer electronics sector that...
 
 
 

The Hottest Photos of Victoria's Secret Fashion Show 2013

 

Viral Stories the Web