AirType keyless bluetooth keyboard fits in the palm of your hand
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a hardware and machine learning startup based out of austin, texas has developed AirType, a keyboard-less keyboard that allows users to type on virtually any surface, or none at all. fitting in the palm of one’s hand, the ‘AirType’ self-learns finger movements and is accompanied by an app that brings dynamic text prediction and correction to each typing experience. the compact piece of technology also adapts to the way users type, meaning typing habits never need to change. for easy transportation, just clip it onto your tablet, and take it with you everywhere. to learn more, see here.
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‘AirType’ self-learns finger movements and is accompanied by an app that dynamically predicts and corrects text