Keystone Reinvents the Mechanical Keyboard With Adaptive Typing AI

MakeUseOf | 7/22/2019 | Dave LeClair
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For most people, the primary purpose of their keyboard is… typing! For a keyboard to truly be good, it’s all about making typing as comfortable as possible while maintaining as much speed and efficiency as possible.

Keystone is a new mechanical keyboard that aims to reinvent all the key aspects of typing. Rather than just making things more comfortable, it actively works with you to get stuff done faster.

Features - Keyboard - People - Computer - Work

It all sounds quite promising, and if all of the planned features happen, this might be a keyboard that both people using their computer for work and play will need to keep on their radar.

What Makes Keystone Stand Out?

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Input Club, the company behind the Keystone keyboard, is really pushing the fact that its device can detect how far down a user presses the keys and how hard they tend to press them. With this technology, a whole slew of new features become available.

Using Adaptive AI, the Keystone is able to tell how hard and far users press the keys, and it will adjust how far you need to press the key to send a signal to the PC. For heavy-handed users, this will prevent accidental keystrokes. For light typists, it’ll make it so users don’t need to push the keys down any harder than they’re comfortable with.

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Ideally, this will also limit the amount of pain typists experience as they will be able to use the keyboard in exactly the way that’s...
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