Keyboard design lacks keys

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Keyboards with no physical feedback are a singular offense against nature: it’s one of those design canards that never goes away. Kong Fanwen’s No-Key Keyboard is the latest, but it does have one bonus: beauty!

How might these things be made to work? The keys could have some kind of electrical response, perhaps … but it couldn’t then go in the au naturel dishwasher for the ad, could it?

Lights, Camera, Glass…Action! [Yanko]

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4 Responses to Keyboard design lacks keys

  1. konshuss says:

    i think that’s a photo of someone throwing it into the ocean.

  2. Benny says:

    What’s that stuff manufacturers like to include on touch screens, septic feed back? yeah, that thing, where you touch the key and you die of terrible infection, right…

    Maybe i mean hepatic…

  3. Rob Beschizza says:

    Hopefully, it’s not still plugged in!

  4. Amplifier says:

    Haptic, possibly.

    It’d be awful to use something like this all the time, but if it’s just for when your in the bath, I could see that working.

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