I brought a PC home from work for working full-time out of the home office. In my office space is limited, so the supplied, wired keyboard/mouse were a problem. I want something small and elegant, something like the Apple Wireless Keyboard…
A lot of commentary on the iPad keyboard revolves around touch typists. I’ve been banging away on keyboards for over three decades, but I confess I’m not a touch typist.
As a sophomore in high school I took a typing class. If memory serves, I finished with about 45wpm and 2 errors. I never practiced or took another class. By the time I started using keyboards for a living I’d forgotten it all… Continue reading
Harry McCracken at Technologizer wrote a nice piece about the virtues of hardware keyboards on smartphones.
I think one reason a keyboard argument even exists is because when competing in a given market you have to tag a competitor’s hot product with a “missing feature,” and then provide that feature. (How many manufacturers claimed FM radio and replaceable batteries were glaring omissions from the iPod, only to find adding it to their devices made no difference?)…
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