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Keybag

A seperate key for each letter.
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A keyboard is used for data entry, being a board on which is fixed rows of keys.

I propose that each key is separate. Each key has a base, and a springy mechanism as it does now. But each one is self contained and separate.

The keys communicate wirelessly with each other and with the computer.

They can be stored in a bag!

You only need to have out as many as you need at that time.

You can arrange them in different orders for different tasks.

Each one can have a little mouse movement sensor on the bottom so that each key can be used as a minnie-mouse.

pocmloc, Feb 25 2011

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       Get multiple sets, and you can play Scrabble or Bananagrams!
DrWorm, Feb 25 2011
  

       Wildly impractical (+)
normzone, Feb 25 2011
  

       You can put a stick on the bag, and shake it to generate gibberish quickly and easily. Enough shaking might also generate the works of Shakespeare!
bungston, Feb 26 2011
  

       I seem to recall a similar idea to this before....
senatorjam, Feb 26 2011
  

       Dang it, has anyon sn what I did with th lttr '3' up-sid- down? I know it wnt somplac...
RayfordSteele, Feb 26 2011
  

       I'll have a 'P' lease, Bob.
MaxwellBuchanan, Feb 26 2011
  

       Can each key have a little set of wheels on the bottom to set up standard keyboard arrangements, make sentences, and/or screw with people?
Voice, Feb 26 2011
  

       [voice], you mean self-powered and autonomouse? Excellent idea.
pocmloc, Feb 26 2011
  


 

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