Seen here typing like they’ve time-traveled from the 1850’s, a person (presumably the creator) demonstrates the iTypeWriter and how he gets his money’s worth out of his screen warranty. If you watch the first 10 seconds of the video, you’ve seen it all, so heads-up, there’s no big surprise at the end.

From Austin Yang’s website (obviously this was loosely translated):

It is a typewriter for the ipad. Users can enjoy the old feeling of typing and also the lastest technology. Even though the elder users who have never used the computer or ipad, they can use this familiar typewriter and type in the familiar operation way. For some specific group of users, this product provide an easier way to type on the ipad. People could be able to recollect old experience and memory by familiar appearance and haptic feedback. Instead of stroking on the screen with no feedback, this product can reflect a strong haptic feedback. User can experience the physical strength transfer from the keypad and the movement of each key.

via: [Austin-Yang.com]

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