If you find typing on your tablet device a little tricky using the default keyboard supplied you might be interested in a new style of device in the form of the Dryft Virtual Keyboard.
The Dryft Virtual Keyboard has been created by the founder of Swype another virtual keyboard you may have heard of that we have also featured here on Geeky Gadgets.
The difference is that Dryft is intended to be part of your devices firmware and not a downloadable app the same as Swype. Watch the video below to learn more about the Dryft Virtual Keyboard project and see it in action.
Dryft’s patented touch tap technology can detect whether a tablet user is resting or typing when touching the keys. This allows users to rest their fingers on home row keys before typing any letters. For more information on the new Dryft Virtual Keyboard jump over to the Dryft website for details.
Source: DryftFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Design News, Tablet News, Top News