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Microsoft exec predicts PC QWERTY keyboards will slowly but surely die off

Dave Coplin, Microsoft's chief envisioning officer, stated in an interview that the classic PC QWERTY keyboards use an "sub-optimal design" and will slowly be replaced by new voice and gesture technologies. ...
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