Nearly 100 start-ups will exhibit this year at Eureka Park, a new area of CES designed to showcase early-stage, cutting-edge technology. We took a look at some of the products and designs, and we asked several of them about their expectations for the show.
In10did, founded in 2000 in Tampa Bay, manufactures a new style of keyboard that allocates all keystrokes of a standard keyboard to each of a user's 10 fingers. “We are introducing our technology and will make it available for sale with our "it Types" keyboard,” said president Wayne Rasanen. “Additionally, we will be showing it on a steering wheel as a possible solution to make computer input safer in vehicles.”In10did