This customizable keyboard design from Wan Fu Chin begs the question to computer users; do you really use every single key on your keyboard?
As a laptop user who is cursed with a 'print' key right next to my shift key, I can personally attest that no, I don't use every key on my keyboard and some are downright annoying in their placement. Fortunately, the customizable keyboard design allows users to pick and choose what keys they want, and in what order and configuration. Want to type on a keyboard that is actual alphabetical order? You can do that with this keyboard.
While we wrote about the customizable keyboard back in October, only recently was the design confirmed to work with smartphones and tablets, giving a quick and easy way to interact with these sorts of touch and tablet devices with a keyboard.
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