If you're still scratching your head trying to figure out why the Noahpad has such a funky keyboard/touchpad, you're not alone. Fortunately the company has put out two videos showing the keypad in action. Unfortunately, it still looks a little crazy.

For one thing, it doesn't appear that you'll have any tactile response when you depress individual keys. While the combination keyboard/touchpad might be easy to use in mouse mode, I can't imagine it'll be efficient for touch-typing. In fact, if you watch through these demonstration videos, you'll note that you rarely see anyone actually typing on a Noahpad. Instead they're just kind of waving their hands across the top most of the time. When the demonstrator tries to hit an individual key, his hands move much more tentatively.

And don't get me started on the "1024 x 768" resolution display which really just appears to be a 800 x 480 pixel screen that allows you to scroll from side to side and up and down. In other words, you'll never be able to see everything a whole window at once, which will probably drive you a little crazy.

[via Engadget]


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