K200K: The keyboard that promises to replace QWERTY
While there have been many advances that seem to have left the classic keyboard become a museum piece of computing hardware, for now the keyboard has refused to die, resisting highlights almost unchanged from its predecessors, typewriters (1870) .
The musician pianist, Joseph Krush, claims to have invented a new keyboard to be called K200K (Krush 200 Keyboard), which has a very different design to the classic qwerty (could call JVWCBG), a curious two blocs distribution made up 18 Keys each one distributed in 3 rows.
A previous keys are joined by classical and Enter keys (Intro), Shift (upper), Ctrl (control), Menu (Menu), Alt, Caps Look (block capitals), back space (backspace) space bar (bar space) and Windows, as well as includes new key among which are: Word (word, allows the execution of custom macros) and Double Shift (fold change, switching between modes: lowercase, uppercase and numbers / symbols).
Its creator says that because of its streamlined distribution, enable experienced typists type in up to 200 characters per minute, which is twice the current estimate of 100 characters per minute.
In short, many attempts have been unsuccessful replace QWERTY, time will tell if JVWCBG finally get it, or if you join the long list of contenders defeated by QWERTY.
Link: Pianist promises to usurp QWERTY keyboards (Bit-Tech)
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