Primary Image: Tab billed to first "worn-out keyboard"
Although processing power may have improved beyond recognition since the advent of computers, when interacting with a PC or laptop The peripherals you use remain essentially the same. There is a screen, mouse or trackpad and a loved keyboard.
Among these peripherals, it is becoming more and more likely to be the first major keyboard to change. We are not talking about switching from QWERTY to Dvorak.
There are countless other ways to control your computer. Some of them will be coming soon, some will be coming soon. Some computers seem to be torn from the pages of Philip Dick's novel.  The Big Leap
The biggest supporter to change the way we use computers is that we promise a lot, even if it is not what we once imagined, and finally delivered something.
Magic Leap was founded in 2010 and began under the banner of "Digital adds another dimension to computing that respects reality."
Instead of clicking on endless windows and folders on the screen, the real world was to create a device that physically interacted with the program to make the computer usable.
The reality is Magic Leap One, a mixed reality headset that fuses virtual reality with real life. As with Microsoft's Hololens, which allows you to overlay CG artwork around you, the headset is a chunk full of cyberpunk, but shows promise for the world beyond the keyboard.