10 February 2015

E-Ink Keyboard Changes Its Symbols To Match Current Use

Customisable keyboards may not be the newest invention, but this new product by Jaasta proves to be promising.

Boasting a use-case driven design which will be enabled by E-Ink technology, this new keyboard could rid of the need to memorise shortcuts because the symbols on the keyboard changes to match its current use.

The E-Ink displays work for languages and applications like Photoshop. The Jaasta keyboard is also wireless and has a 3.7 inch multi-touchpad for navigation and a voice-activated virtual assistant that helps save, delete and search for files.

Head over to the Jaasta website for more details. Further information about pricing will be released soon.

[via Gizmag]