Keynotes – Samsung deck the S6 out in Querty hardware

Samsung Galaxy Hardware Keyboard: image source: samsungmobilepress.com

Samsung Galaxy Hardware Keyboard: image source: samsungmobilepress.com

Touchscreen keyboards have long become the norm for leisure and business communication alike.  However, there are some business people who have yet to give in to touchscreen smartphones and still cling on to their Blackberry Querty keyboards for dear life. Samsung are now calling out to those people with a cli-on hardware keyboard for their Samsung Galaxy Note 6 and Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge.

It is quite fascinating how the keyboard communicates with the phones.  It recognises the keyboard’s presence and adjusts its user interface, decreasing everything in its display to the top half of the screen. Keypresses are sensed by the screen underneath, omitting the need for extra batteries or Bluetooth pairing in the keyboard itself.

The plastic accessory is great news who like the reassurance of traditional keys at their fingertips alongside the benefits of an intuitive touchscreen smartphone. It is detachable and will retail at around $80 and will be available in black, silver and gold.

 

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