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Jaasta E-Ink Keyboard

Jaasta E-Ink Keyboard has e-ink keys that shift

The Jaasta e-ink keyboard is a low-profile wireless keyboard designed to work with a variety of computers and tablets, and get this, the common key signs and letters are actually e-ink, allowing them to shift.

Breaking the Language Barrier

Jaasta has a few ideas of how this e-ink keyboard can be used. Each key has its own e-ink screen, which means it can show a number of different characters based on what you want to do or program. One possibility is typing in other languages. This keyboard can simply switch between 50 different languages to whichever one you are familiar with or need to use.

Jaasta E-Ink Keyboard is customizable

Jaasta E-Ink Keyboard is Completely Customizable

You also have the power to rearrange the keys to your liking. Choose new placements for the shift key, or delete a character you rarely use and replace it with one you use frequently. You can program your own key options as well, such as “.com” or “www.” for faster typing. Jaasta also promises accessories like trackpads and drawing pads that you can attach for additional functionality.

Jaasta E-Ink Keyboard can change keys

A Coder’s Dream

It seems as though the Jaasta keyboard will pose significant interest among coders and professional designers, specifically because they will be able to program keys for complex functions that make their jobs a ton easier. Even the casual user can have a whole lot of fun programming keys for various social media functions.

Jaasta E-Ink Keyboard can be used for different languages

Where to Buy

Currently the Jaasta e-ink keyboard is in the crowdfunding stage and a release date hasn’t been announced, but you can visit Jasta’s site to be notified when it is available. By the way, the Jaasta e-ink keyboard will run you a steep $299.

David Novakhttps://www.gadgetgram.com
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