I really wish it had navigation keys (arrows, Home, and End), but even without those this looks like a wonderful way for writers to finally get back to distraction free writing.
6 Week Battery Life
I also really appreciate the stated goal to create technology that will last. If there is one page you visit on their site, make sure it's this one:
If you want to read all about the features, you can find those here:
You can subscribe to their mailing list if you'd like to be notified when they release updates about the product. Currently, this is still in the prototyping phase. Prices or release dates haven't been announced.
Lastly, if you would like to connect with the creators/designers, they both have Google+ accounts: and .
For those writers who follow me, I'd like to hear what you folks think about this product? Does it interest you?
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