Bumpy Tablet revealed at CES 2013
What’s the use of a touchscreen tablet without an individual keys that makes typing with hands easy?
There’s no point having a touch screen tablet which does not have good spacing and nicely represented keyboard, and that is why the guys at Tactus thinks about producing the kind of tablet that lets you see your keyboard clearly as if it is physical one.
Tactus is a Calif based technology company that deals in developing technology products, mostly flat tablets and other technologies.
The new invention developed and showcased at the on-going CES 2013 comes with a nice feature that would turn your flat screen tablet device into a real keyboard featuring bumpy buttons that lets you feel the typing in real-time.
The keyboard according to how it is designed will comes up on the tablet when it is needed and disappeared once the user finishes typing with the tablet’s touch screen.
With this well-designed bumpy-like screen touch tablet, user can type faster with hands on the screen since the whole keys are more visible than other normal touch screen keys.
According to Micah Yairi, a Tactus representative at the CES 2013, he explains how the whole technology works and when we should be expecting these kind of tablets in the market.
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