The e-ink keyboard by designers Maxim Mezentsev and Aleksander Suhi features an interactive display of letters and numbers. E-ink works much like Kindles do, displaying sets of characters that have the capacity to change frequently. The two have applied this technology to the laptop sector.
These refreshable keyboards will feature quick short cuts to Word and Photoshop, enabling users to easily flip back and forth between the programs. While critics point to a persistent lag in the switch between the forums, it is of little significance here as the main letters will consistently stay in tact. Best of all is the minimal amounts of power that are needed. The system can as such be used to produce a wireless LED piece.
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