Another option for people who have trouble with tiny on-screen keyboards, the Fliptype integrates a flip-out keyboard right into a case for the iPhone. Lay the typing strap across the screen to make the typing experience more tactile, or flip it back when you don’t need it.
Instead of using modular keys, this customizable keyboard makes use of e-ink to transform the keys into whatever layout you prefer. It also saves power compared to conventional keyboards.
Keyboards harbor up to 60 times more germs than a toilet, according to studies, yet we don’t think twice about putting our fingers all over them every day. This concept zaps bacteria with a UV light source. The UV LightBOARD is ultra-slim, strategically tilted at ten degrees and an optical light guide that illuminates the buttons.
This fold-out keyboard concept makes tiny portable computers easier to use. The iWeb 2.0 laptop concept has a touch screen that’s just 6.5 inches, yet a full-sized keyboard.
If typing just isn’t the same for you without the satisfying click-clack noises of typewriter keys, this option by Qwerkytoys might be right up your alley. Qwerkywriter is a USB and Bluetooth-enabled keyboard that looks and sounds just like its old-fashioned inspiration.