iDigiTip Makes Touch Screens Easier
CREDIT: Objects of Perfection
The touch screen keyboard is great – unless you have rather wide fingers. The same is true of the typical physical keyboard on a mobile device, as most are pretty small and some people find them hard to use. iDigiTip, made by Objects of Perfection, is an attempt to address that.
iDigiTip is a soft plastic nubbin that fits on the finger. The idea is to provide some of the tactile feedback that a stylus doesn’t (and for some keyboards, say a Blackberry, a stylus wouldn’t work well anyway).
For some people – those whose dexterity is compromised by age or Parkinson’s, for example – it can be a great help. It would also be useful for anyone in an environment where keeping things sterile, say an operating theater, is important. It is priced at $19.95.