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Keyboard that rises from a touchscreen

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Dan Preiss@dan_preiss · product @ bcg digital ventures
I feel like this guy is in every video these days....Regardless, interesting concept.
Kristofer™Hunter@kristofertm · #7 Product Hunter. E-Skateboard fanatic
This is a pretty neat idea to have it come from a case
tom meagher@tomfme · now is good.
@kristofertm possibly supported by Tactus?
Nabeel Hyatt@nabeel · vc, entrepreneur, geek @sparkcapital
@thomasmeagher yes it is from Tactus. Getting rid of tactile feedback was a downside of the iPhone, but ultimately worth it for the flexibility of a larger display. Now you get the best of both worlds.
tom meagher@tomfme · now is good.
@nabeel awesome! Saw Tactus in a CES video a little while ago and was waiting for something to come out!
Mark Sandeno@markgustav
@sandwichvideo strikes again! These guys kill it on product videos. @dan_preiss, that's the founder of Sandwich Video, Adam Lisagor, you see in all these videos. He seems like a very clever fellow. And I agree, interesting concept. I'd like to experience it.
✎ Andrew Warner@andrewwarner
No landscape mode?
Nathan Maggard@nathan_maggard
The keyboard bit is neat in terms of the technology, but underwhelming. (we got rid of hard keys for a reason.) If we can get our hands on it and program for it, there will be some really interesting possibilities for gaming, disabilities, etc.