Tiny keyboard

The Minuum requires minimal typing effort.
Minuum 1

You can stop fantasizing about ways to shrink your fingers to fit the keys on a digital board.  Some clever kids have designed a keyboard that’s both small and smart. It’s called Minuum, and it’s a little keyboard for big fingers that can be used on any surface, from phone to hand to table. Its Toronto-based creators at Whirlscape Inc. are selling it as a keyboard that you can type on without needing to stare at it. Finally, they’ve invented the keyboard version of the wireless headset. So now you can walk and text without fear of falling through an exposed manhole. Excellent.