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Microsoft’s Chief Envisioning Officer sees a future without keyboards

Microsoft regularly post videos showing their vision of the future of technology, and while the result is always varied, one common factor is the absence of mechanical keyboards, and it appears the reason for this is that Microsoft just does not see a future for this long-lived technology, created in 1860. Dave Coplin, Microsoft’s Chief […]
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