NeoKeys: yet another mobile keypad interface

Chris Ziegler
C. Ziegler|05.27.06

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Chris Ziegler
May 27th, 2006
NeoKeys: yet another mobile keypad interface
A lot of companies have come and gone trying to come up with the Next Big Thing in phone keypad layouts, but this one might just take the cake. The NeoKeys concept, brought to us by a company named Yuvee, takes a page from the Optimus wireless keyboard's book by adding a battery-annihilating array of LCDs to the keypad. The idea is to make the keypad's functionality dynamic depending on the phone's mode, including a language-switching character entry pad for multilingual text messaging. Of course, this is all conceptual right now -- no devices or partners have been announced. We'll go ahead and write up NeoKey's obit now so we have it at the ready.
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