Kwiecień 7, 2008
The universal keyboard allows you to use your native letters as well as Latin symbols without getting rid of the symbols used to program and in other situations. Two keys have been added, for the Asian letter symbols, but they can also be used for switching to Latin keyboard quickly.
The number of keys in the keyboard is constant, but I have not specified their lay-out and size. Each manufacturer will do it individually. It is important that the number of keys and their function stays the same, so that any keyboard can be used as easy to write in any language.
There are enough keys in the keyboard to contain all Latin symbols as well as these of any language (that is any language that has the alphabet), including all other key symbols which are currently used in ordinary keyboards.
The number of all keys is 115 (two rollswitch). 26 new keys have been added but there are no functions permanently assigned to them. Each language will use them for their own specific symbols required to write, program and for typographic use. Some of frequently used but difficult to input, e.g. paragraph, degree, symbol “pi” π will now have their own keys in the keyboard.
This keybord is good for tablet with virtual keyboard.
Sample of small (laptop) keyboard: