TREWGrip Shows QWERTY Can be Portable

TrewGripDarkOne of the major problems with small, portable keyboards is that creators keep trying to reinvent the keyboard layout. We’ve seen this type of keyboard at Gulf Coast MakerCon, but it will be difficult to convince people to learn a new keyboard paradigm.

TREWGrip has figured out a way to provide small portability, without the need to retrain your brain. A portable Bluetooth, QWERTY keyboard that holds your phone, phablet or mini tablet, this device has split and rotated the keys on a traditional keyboard to allow touch typists to transition quickly, while giving the ability for visual typists to see what they are doing.

Finally, a mobile keyboard for a mobile workforce that works for anyone. Launching this Spring, you can pre-order yours today at Prelaunch.

Interview by Scott Ertz of F5 Live: Refreshing Technology for the Tech Podcast Network.

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