New Futuristic Keyless Keyboard - CES 2003 Winner

Posted: Dec 27 2002, 1:50pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 1:38pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

New futuristic Keyless Keyboard - CES 2003 Winner
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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,

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