Wednesday, December 21, 2005

New Standard Keyboards Announces Fast QWERTY Alternative

A new slant on an old theme ...

"The pre CES 2006 press-releases start to trickle in. For instance New Standard Keyboards (NSK) of Santa Maria, California will introduce a new line of patented USB computer keyboards at CES 2006.
Actually this 53-Key Keyboard already appeared in January 2005 the first time. Back then the release date was April 2005. Maybe it works this time.

There have been many attempts to replace the QWERTY keyboard. New Standard Keyboards (smart company name) tries it's luck with a 53 key model. The NSK measures a space saving 12.5 inch x 5 inch.
The keyboard is the invention of John Parkinson, an electrical engineer with a degree in psychology and background in industrial psychology and ergonomics. Parkinson says: "The New Standard Keyboard has several functional and ergonomic advantages over standard QWERTY keyboards, which will make it a desired accessory for new system buyers and those wishing to upgrade their keyboard."   continued ...   (Via I4U News)

New Standard Keyboard. - User Interface Design, Human Computer Interaction (HCI), Ergonomics

New Standard Keyboard.

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