DecaTxt One Hand Typing
A one-handed typing device. This came out around 2016.
- This is the “DecaTxt USB” computer keyboard, based on our original 10 key” IN10DID” chording methodology.
- This “chord keyboard” is a bit different than other chord keyboards in that all keystrokes, other than the 12 F-keys, are two key presses or less.
- Another difference is that keystrokes complete on the second press, not when a key is lifted like typical chord keyboards, unless it is a single pressed key.
- Chords are built sequentially on this keyboard, not mashed all at once or out of order.
- This makes chords very simple and easy to learn but requires a bit more coordination for typing quickly.
- 96 keystrokes are shown on the device so there is no need to carry instructions to know where to find all of the keystrokes.
- This version is USB only and doesn't connect wireless so it is strictly for systems that use a USB keyboard.
- It is broadly compatible with Windows, Mac, Linux and Chrome operating systems.
- This version also has the older USB Mini port, not the micro port used often today so a USB mini cable is provided to insure that you can use it.
- The DecaTxt graphics help guide you while learning to use it, but soon you won't need to look at all.
- These keyboards are very limited in supply so if you were looking for an affordable way to try a one-handed chord keyboard, act soon.
- Both the DecaTxt 2.2 and the DecaTxt USB are planned to be replaced with the DecaTxt 3.0 (Bluetooth and USB) in the future so no additional production of this keyboard is planned.
DecaTxt is able to type all the keystrokes you use and many you don't. In less than 3 minutes, see how to use the DecaTxt one-handed to touch type on Bluetooth LE devices without looking! DecaTxt is a true alternative solution to the over 145 years we have been stuck with QWERTY!
Where to Buy
Buy at amazon