Split beginnings

Separate the two sides of most split keyboards, and what you’ll see is air. Separate the two sides of the split keyboard on EKI’s prototype laptop, and you’ll see a…monitor! We could see this being handy for mouthstick typists–no need to look up. Implications too for people who use multiple monitors for visual accommodations or other purposes (there is a more mundane second monitor attached as well), but don’t want to wrestle two 20″ widescreens onto an airplane.

Crunchgear: Dual screen split keyboard eyestore

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