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World's Thinnest Wireless Touch Surface Revealed at IFA

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September 3, 2013 1:15:11 PM

Looks cool but personally I much rather press a key then have a virtual key on a touch pad. Not having keys is the main drawback of typing on a bigger touch screen anyway.
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September 3, 2013 2:34:54 PM

I have been using a surface with the touch keyboard for a few months now, and initially it was hard to use given no feedback to say a button was pressed. But after a few days i got used to it. I think this would be a good addition. Although as long as it offers a good screen protection when it is attached and closed on the tablet.
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September 3, 2013 5:34:17 PM

The touch keyboards on the Surface work because you can leave your fingers on the keys (without getting gibberish). I would be less inclined to use this as (while thinner) I suspect it would be uncomfortable very quickly.

You can see in their video that they don't leave their hands on the device. That's not a keyboard I would want to use...
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September 3, 2013 10:52:41 PM

So it's an opaque touchscreen, got it.

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