If you're someone who struggles to write on a tablet touchscreen or keyboard attachment, the AirType keyboard might be exactly what you're looking for.
Though tablets have become an increasingly popular device, tech companies continue to struggle when it comes to replicating the precision and comfort of traditional keyboards. With AirType, you no longer have to use one of those cramped tablet designed keyboards, as AirType tracks your finger movements and adapts to your typing style. Even more intriguing is the fact that it also has text prediction and correction functionality.
Currently in the early prototype stage, the Austin, Texas-based hardware startup is garnering a lot of attention; hopefully AirType can live up to the promise.