Are your fingertips cold? If so, you may want to press them against Hot Virtual Keyboard, which now supports multi-touch input in Windows 7. Though they make no claims of warming properties, everyone loves feeling the warm glow of an LCD on a cold winter day. What, no? Just me? Fine.
Regardless, thanks to multi-touch, the keyboard of hot virtualness is now capable of operating more like a physical keyboard, allowing such things as holding shift and pressing another key to jump across a page or capitalizing a letter. It’s still programmable for macros and shortcuts. And unlike most physical keyboards, the keys and boards are easily re-arranged. They even include a single corner configuration for thumb boarding. Price is $29.95.
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