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Microsoft’s motion-sensing keyboard lets you skip the touchscreen

30
Apr
2014

As convenient as touchscreens and air gesture controls can be on a PC, its not very comfortable to keep raising your hands just to handle basic tasks. You might not have to subject your arms to that kind of strain if Microsofts experimental Type-Hover-Swipe keyboard ever reaches shelves, though. The peripheral hides a grid of infrared motion sensors between the keys, letting you perform hand gestures in a more natural position.

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