Unique mobile keyboard folds smaller than an iPhone 4

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Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
Neat concept but this website feels like it's from the 90's (no offense, makers).
John Clover
John Clover@radiofreejohn · Customer Success Lead at Heap
This is a serious not pick but when the columns of a keyboard line up it dives me nuts. Even more so when they insist the layout is the same as a normal keyboard. It's not.
Kevin William David
Kevin William DavidHunterHiring@kevin · Community @Siftery. No 1 Hunter on PH🥇
The device folds to half the size of an iPhone 4 and easily fits into a pants pocket, but the company claims you can type at full speed without trouble. The entire QWERTY layout is divided into four ‘smart keys’ per side, which feature multi-touch to know which letter you’re supposed to be typing. There’s also an optional stand to prop your device up that fits around the folded TextBlade. The device also uses multi-touch cleverly to access secondary features; the corners of the space bar are touch-sensitive and wil activate symbols and numbers, and specific key combinations allow you to quickly access functions like copy, paste and undo.
Marian Kanev
Marian Kanev@mariankanev · Entrepreneurship, growth hacking, drones
Is there anyone who owns the device that can tell if full speed ten finger typing can be achieved? How easy is it to type in reality? It's a cool concept but hard to order without first touching it.