Fast Finger Keyboard Lays It All from A to Z

Fast Finger Keyboard

Technology should adjust to the times, but this one can either be taken as a parody or an insult to our intelligence.  Because the Internet generation gets confused with the traditional QWERTY keyboard layout, one company comes up with a “fast finger” keyboard wherein the letter keys are arranged alphabetically.  No need to hunt where the A is placed or wonder why the letters are arranged in QWERTY in the first place .  After all, people are typing in three- to four-letter acronyms while on the Internet.

The Fast Finger Keyboard has even made acronym typing easier with its shortcut keys for the most common short-hand expressions like ASAP (as soon as possible), BRB (be right back), BTW (by the way), CYA (see you), FYI (for your information), HOAS (hold on a second), HRU (who are you), IMO (in my opinion), L8R (later), LOL (laughing out loud), THX (thanks), and TTYL (talk to you later).

If you still insist on typing like a secretary, you can switch back to the QWERTY layout at a push of a key. 

The Fast Finger Keyboard costs US$22.99 on its official website .  It is also sold on Amazon.

Source:  CrunchGear

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