Texas-based developer FrogPad recently announced that their
MacFrogPad, a one-handed USB mini keyboard, is now available. The company notes in a tongue-in-cheek manner that they’ve “broken the Qwerty code single-handedly” with the new 3 x 5-inch device, which was designed around the 15 most-used letters in the English alphabet.
The MacFrogPod keyboard is built around three rows of five letters each, with the space, number, symbol, enter, and shift/caps lock keys aligned along the bottom. Tapping a key without pressing a function key enters that letter. Holding one or two function keys and then pressing a key produces one of the other letters or numbers indicated on that key.
MacFrogPad is US$169.99, but you can save $25 by entering the code “Frog25” during check-out at the FrogPad online store. The company has a GameFrog, as well as a Bluetooth FrogPad, in the works, and they’re soliciting MacFrogPad feedback on their
(free registration required).