If you think about how computer systems are controlled, mouse and keyboard probably come to mind before you touch and voice commands.
It is quite interesting to note that little progress has been made in improving the use of the mouse or keyboard. While some progress has been made, for example using lasers, not much has changed in terms of how devices are designed.
Attempts have been made in the past to change it slightly, ergonomic keyboards come to mind, but nothing was as radical as that KeyMouse system manufacturers to offer.
It reminds me a little of the Combimouse even if used only part of the keyboard as a mouse.
When you look KeyMouse for the first time, you'll notice that it looks like an ergonomic keyboard that has been cut in half.
The main idea behind KeyMouse is to eliminate the need to move a hand from the keyboard to control the mouse.
This is done by combining the two devices so that you can control the mouse and keyboard without moving your hands away from a camera.
KeyMouse, at least the initial version, policy makers seek funds for on Kickstarter, has a full QWERTY keyboard with all key functions included.
Each device has the features of the integrated mouse in which you can turn off the bottom if you want only one hand to control the movement of the mouse for example. For two identical work, it makes no difference if you are a left or right handed user.
KeyMouse comes with control software that offers key and button customizations. You can map functions or commands to buttons that are executed when you activate them.
Main keys are aligned at the top and divided into two with each device, with half of the keys of a full qwerty keyboard. The function keys on the other hand have been moved to the side of the up arrow, probably because it would be difficult to reach if they were located on top of regular buttons.
The mouse buttons are attached to the area just behind the keyboard. You will find four buttons and mouse wheel attached to the palm rest on each device.
An interesting feature of the device is that the palm rest can be detached from the device and exchanged for a larger or smaller to accommodate different variant hand sizes.
When you look closer, you will notice that there is no numeric keypad area on each device. You can change some keys on the right device for selecting the number keys NumShift button on the left.
The same is true for the arrows you can also turn similarly.
The current version uses Bluetooth to connect to computer systems. It is completely wireless and batteries will last about six months with average use, according to officials.