Several years ago, Google Japan started making weird new keyboards as their annual April Foolss’ joke today. Most creations, including the working version of Google’s mobile Gboard keyboard wrapped around a cup, more or less gags. They also don’t seem to be bound by April anymore. But this year’s creation It may actually have some advantages For those of us who struggle with clutter and messy desks.
While I have access to a range of keyboards offering everything from quiet chiclet-style keys to mechanical monsters loud enough to wake the dead, I tend to stick to the keyboard on my laptop for the simple reason that it takes up less space on my desk. —A desk filled with gadgets, cameras, video games, and an ever-growing mountain of spare drives. There is no alternative place, or at least I assumed there was notuntil I saw a file Gboard stick.
What Google Japan did this time around was simply rearrange the QWERTY keyboard into a single long strip, like the keys on a piano, resulting in a keyboard prototype that was 65 inches wide. Bbut also only It’s about 2.5 inches deep, allowing it to easily tap the bottom edge of even the rudest workspaces.
Google Japan touts some other questionable advantages of Gboard stick Including that it naturally encourages the user to extend their arms and legs to reach every last key, it provides a potentially easier way to find and click on the typewriter to save the location of the keys. IIt is also assumed that the size of the TS It allows two people to comfortably use it at the same time, paving the way for email duo.
If you don’t think the Gboard Stick is a totally silly idea, you can head to githubAnd the Where Google Japan shared all the open source files that went in during its creation, Making it easier for others to do it too Build one for themselves or even choose usually Version with alternate layout.
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