A Glass Touch Keyboard and Mouse is Near Reality

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sirmpa

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that glass keyboard & mouse look cool .
but would but be hard to use !
because you'd have to clean it all the time you where using it .

i just keep using my old school IBM from the late 80's .

and yes its vary heavy like 4+ pounds but it works for me .

i have had new KB but they've all died !!!!!!!!!!

so back to old reliable i go .

the things heavy, loud & is messing 2 key on the number pad
but yet it's still beloved patriot n !!!!

if it's not broke why try in fix's it ???

PS. GOOD DAY ALL & Good luck with your PC hardware
 

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But I just spent $$ on a Das Keyboard!

Anyway, this keyboard has the same problem as that laser keyboard - no ability to touch type. Hand-pecking, everything should be fine, but a real typist won't be accurate with this device without breaking good habits.
 
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I like it. It'll be ideal when form is more important than function (company receptions, stands at conferences etc), and a lot more hygienic.

After some practice I could touch type on an iPad, so I don't see why i wouldn't be able to touch type on this, especially if he builds in a small vibration or clicking noise when you touch a "key".

I can't see it replacing my keyboard at work but I can see me buying one for my desk at home.
 
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I am often drop my current $10 keyboard when cleaning it. Then I can use the keyboard as usual.
I wonder this keyboard has the same strength? What glue should I prepare?
 
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