Elecom Japan announces a new kind of gear-driven keyboard, which supposedly prevents typos by “detecting and activating the keys on the corners.” Best of all, it’s priced at just $42.

Elecom’s TK-U09FG keyboards have gears mounted under each key, depressing evenly even if just hit on a corner. Apparently, the cause of typos is hitting a key on a corner and having the keystroke not register

[via Gizmodo]

Elecom Japan announces a new kind of gear-driven keyboard, which supposedly prevents typos by “detecting and activating the keys on the corners.” Best of all, it’s priced at just $42.

Elecom’s TK-U09FG keyboards have gears mounted under each key, depressing evenly even if just hit on a corner. Apparently, the cause of typos is hitting a key on a corner and having the keystroke not register

[via Gizmodo]