Tampa Bay startup IN10DID, Inc. announces that its Florida manufactured innovation, the DecaTxt one-handed mobile keyboard, will be discounted as part of Amazon’s Start-up week beginning on November 1st until November 8th. DecaTxt is a one-handed Bluetooth Low Energy keyboard designed for touch-typing on mobile devices using IN10DID’s patented technology. It’s a new way of typing in Virtual Reality and provides new accessibility to technology for bed ridden, low vision and one-handed users. It’s a safer way of texting compared to the hunt and peck method requiring eye-hand coordination used on touch screens.
“The goal is to improve access for more people with a natural new way to touch-type” according to IN10DID Founder Wayne Rasanen. “The 1869 QWERTY keyboard design requires too many keys to be an effective mobile touch-typing interface. We designed the ten-key DecaTxt keyboard around the human element of ten fingers, but also it’s intended for one-handed use” says Rasanen.
The DecaTxt concept debuted at the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show in 2014 and IN10DID, Inc received some crowd funding at One Spark 2015. IN10DID began to produce the DecaTxt keyboard late last year and began testing the device with users. It is currently being evaluated at the VA Hospital in Tampa and at blind and assistive technology companies nationally. DecaTxt is currently being built in Florida and retails for $125.
Those wishing to see the device and learn more should visit https://www.amazon.com/IN10DID-6542091c-DecaTxt/dp/B016SHT7LG or www.in10did.com .
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