Made for your iDevice, Outlier Technologies' new QWERTY keyboard won't leave your fingers tied up and cramping. Instead of reconfiguring the layout you've been using for years, TREWGrip simply chopped the existing one in half and pasted them on the underside of what looks like a paperback book stretched backwards. Now, all you're really doing differently is relying on muscle memory, allowing you to stare at the iPhone or iPad it's connected to (via Bluetooth) rather than the keys.
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Basically you plug your iPhone or iPad into the dock then get to typing, avoiding the awkward positioning that "normal" keyboards put you in, often requiring you to stop altogether. They say it takes about 10 hours to be at 90% speed, but that's a small price you pay for its super-connectedness, and not worrying about hunt-and-peck's clumsy typos. Better jump on it soon, though: their Kickstarter campaign is lagging at a little over one-tenth of their $100,000 goal with 15 days to go. Keyboards start at $249 and expected delivery is February of next year.