I was thinking more about people for whom a laptop / tablet in addition to their phone
would be cost prohibitive, but a keyboard like this perhaps affordable, especially as a
family could share to some degree.
On Jan 19, 2015, at 9:53 AM, Jon Robson
This might catch on in a tablet world but I personally couldn't imagine it being used
in a mobile world. If I have a table or other surface to work off of I might as well use a
laptop. I personally have a habit of forgetting/losing my headphones so having a portable
keyboard is just not going to happen for me.
That said some people use tablets as cameras. That's not me, so maybe there is a
niche group of people this will appeal to but I don't expect to see this taking off in
SF any time soon.
> On 16 Jan 2015 23:26, "Monte Hurd" <mhurd(a)wikimedia.org> wrote:
> I think we're all aware of the challenges of editing on mobile, especially when
it comes to long-form editing.
> Does the device in the following video make anyone else feel hopeful about the future
of long-form edits on mobile?
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