Developed by Tactus Technology, the Phorm iPad Mini case costs $149 and offers users a physical keyboard that bubbles up from its protective screen.
If you have an iPad Mini and yearn for a physical keyboard, the Phorm case provides tactile button guides that appear and disappear when you need it.
Typing on touchscreens can be challenging, but a new high-tech keyboard for mobile devices could help. When you want to type a message, parts of the screen rise up so you can feel the keys. CNET's Kara Tsuboi got a feel for the Tactus Phorm, which is melding touchscreens and physical keyboards.
A technology company has created a touchscreen display with dynamic pop-up buttons.
Silicon Valley start-up's touch screen grows 3D buttons and knobs where and when you want them, promising the best of real and virtual controls.
When it comes to typing on mobile devices, most of us grin and bear it. We correct the typos, we laugh at the autocorrections, but let's face it -- we're frustrated. Would a physical keyboard ease our pain? CNET's Sumi Das tries out a new user interface from Tactus Technology.