TextBlade Keyboard

Jan 30, 2015

Category: Tech

OK, so this texting thing looks like it’s gonna stick around. But what we as a society cannot allow to live much longer are the ridiculous typos, auto-corrects, and just overall craptacular level of communication that so many people are becoming complacent with. One answer to the problem? WayTool’s TextBlade keyboard.

This tiny, Bluetooth-enabled, pocket companion consists of four keys per side, with each one featuring multi-touch functionality to better grasp what you’re trying to write. Although it’s made up of three folding pieces, the entire thing is smaller than a smartphone, and the 3 pieces magnetically lock together when in use. TextBlade adheres to the same QWERTY-style of keyboard we’re all used to, promising to feel quite familiar as you type away. WayTool’s MagLever technology is also designed to offer a reliable and satisfying feel, superior to any rubber spring keyboard. Works with most newer Apple and Android devices. [Purchase]

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