inventors and developers of the Snapkeys 2i data entry system for
Android and PC platforms and other mobile devices, is exhibiting at CTIA
2012 at booth 4763 and at the Israel Export Institute Pavilion booth
The recently updated version of Snapkeys 2i is a revolutionary method
for data entry, based on an invisible 4-key technology which makes the
traditional QWERTY keyboard virtually obsolete. The 4 keys divide the
alphabet, numbers, and symbols into simple shapes which are learned
easily and quickly. The invisible interface allows use of the full and
uninhibited screen without the clutter of a keyboard.
The key demonstrators of the system are a group of 12-13 year olds who
are showing the 10 people, the booth can accommodate at any one time,
just how user friendly the new technology is.
It takes the average person 8 weeks to learn QWERTY; Snapkeys is
mastered in a day. Once mastered, use of the mobile device for texting
and writing is intuitive, interactive and fun. The invisible keyboard
allows the screen to display content instead of a keyboard.
Removing tiny keyboards and freeing up the screen, offers users new and
exciting horizons for music, video content, media technologies and
social interacting. This offers manufacturers, carriers and vendors an
opportunity to create new user experiences which will increase revenue
and provide significant product differentiation.
Social TV and watching events while chatting are exciting applications.
Kids on their tablets or Smartphones in their own homes watching a
soccer match on their device can enter a chat room and interact and
enjoy as if they were together.
The social experience of Facebook, Twitter, etc. will improve
dramatically when a user can see their friend’s picture and comments
without a keyboard dominated screen.
In school and university, students can type quickly and accurately and
focus on the lecturer and see a block of text instead of two lines.
No keys – invisible interface
Full-Screen – displays text and photos, instead of a cumbersome keyboard
Mobile and Convenient – type while you walk, minimal finger movement
Languages – English, major European and Asian
Available – Android, iOS, Symbian, Windows devices
Instant – word recognition, blind typing