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Tuesday, January 25, 2005

The Friendly Keyboard has posted an article discussing a new keyboard design being marketed to replace the good (or is that bad) old QWERTY design. With only 53 keys, as opposed to the standard 101, the New Standard Keyboard has a tiny footprint, measuring less than 23cm x 10cm.
The new keyboard, pictured above, is alphabetically arranged and places the directional keys in the middle of the other keys (I'm not too sure I like that design, but it will probably sit well with WASD players ;)), and it would appear that more focus has been placed on thumb usage than with the QWERTY standard.



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