Could Minuum finally evolve the virtual QWERTY keyboard? | Crave - CNET.
One of the most perplexing tech problems of the modern mobile computing world is the invention of a text entry system that is efficient on mobile tablets and phones. These devices use just about every possible type of keyboard, from separate hard key systems to on board virtual keyboards that are impossible to use. I learned to type on a manual typewriter using QWERTY. It is so ingrained in my consciousness that I can't imagine entering text any other way. I sometimes speak to SVoice; but, I really am uncomfortable interacting with my devices in a way that can be overheard by the criminals around me. So, I am resigned to waiting to use my notebook computer at my desks at office or home to get real input work done. Minuum purports to shrink the on screen keyboard to one line of linked letters that mimic placement on a QWERTY keyboard. Sorry, guys, but I don't think so. How about creating an on screen keyboard that is usable, and gives tactile feedback?