Fastap keyboard makes texting easier

10/26/2006 | MIT Technology Review

Digit Wireless is making typing on a cell phone easier with its Fastap keyboard, which displays keyboard letters in alphabetical order on 26 small raised buttons positioned in the corners between the standard keys on a regular cell phone. Digit plans to have the keyboard available to national carriers next year.

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