Believe it or not, the current keyboard format we all use today was built for typewriters in the 1860′s!
The folks at Whirlscape thought that seemed odd, and wanted to fine tune our communication medium for the 21st century.
The Minuum keyboard may be the closest thing to date towards achieving that goal. It’s based on the traditional and embedded QWERTY keyboard, but combines all three levels of letters into one.
Minuum opens up more of our tiny personal screens for use, speeds up your writing ability, magnifies letters and characters, and ends up being pretty dang precise.
They’re looking to Indiegogo to get the project off the ground, and have received a warm reception thus far.
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