Tap tap has replaced clickity clack as the primary typing sound of gadgets. Even if you miss the din of the typewriter and the feel of each individual key under your fingertips, you can’t exactly browse the Internet on an old Remington.
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At the intersection of old and new technology sits the iTypewriter, an iPad-typewriter hybrid created by industrial designer Austin Yang. The device allows iPad users to type text documents without laying a finger on the touchscreen.
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Image courtesy of Austin Yang (H/T Reddit)
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