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61 DataEgg




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This article is from the Ergonomics and Typing Injury FAQ, by Dan Wallach dwallach@cs.princeton.edu with numerous contributions by others.

61 DataEgg

InHand Development Group
Address
Gary Friedman
10330 Sepulveda Blvd. Suite 140
Mission Hills, CA 91345 USA
Price
$150
Shipping
???
Compatibility
see below

The DataEgg is a round, one-handed, chording computer with a two-line LCD
display (similar to the Microwriter AgendA). It can also serve as an
alternative computer keyboard through a computer's serial port (currently
supporting the PC, although it wouldn't be too hard to support X or a Mac
if they wrote the driver). InHand will be manufacturing the device, which
was originally developed by Gary Friedman of JPL.

More info is available in NASA Tech Briefs, December 1992, Newsweek's
"Technology Supplement" of December 12, 1992, or EE Times, March 8, 1993.


 

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