Tactus is finally bringing its practically magical rising touchscreen keyboard to a shipping product -- but right now it's only meant for iPad Mini owners. The company's Phorm cover looks like a typical iPad Mini case, but slide a switch on its rear and you'll see physical buttons morph into shape atop the tablet's keyboard. Slide it back, and the buttons disappear completely to reveal a flat screen (the case holds a bit of fluid to make its floating keyboard work). As you can imagine, it's something aimed directly at people who could never quite get the hang of touchscreen keyboards. Tactus CEO Dr. Craig Ciesla tells us that the case has helped testers improve their typing speed and accuracy, but the biggest improvement was in overall typing satisfaction. A bit of feedback goes a long way, it seems. You can preorder your very own Phorm today for $99, or snag one for $149 when it starts shipping this summer.