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4/29/2013 | 6:31:20 PM
re: All Thumbs? Tablet Keyboard Promises To Help
Smart move addressing
the growing population that type with their thumbs. It is faster and seems more
convenient when using a mobile device or tablet that has a touch screen for
typing. I like the look of it as well, how it is divided down the middle and separated
for each individual thumb to maneuver on its own without interfering with the other.
I think that it will catch on but it will never replace the keyboard, it is
just to engrained into society and individuals.

Paul Sprague

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