How many times have you sent a text that someone had to translate because you hit the wrong key while typing? Probably about 17 times a day.
But a new kind of keyboard could solve all of your autocorrect issues with the touch of a button. The Haptic Keyboard creates bumps on your touchscreen that makes it easier to type. The technology, called a microfluidic panel, replaces the top layer of your screen and bubbles up a button when you start to type. Right now, it’s still in development, but should be available to consumers before too long.
We want to know what you think. Is this new kind of touch screen the next big thing? Or will you be sticking with your flip phone? Vote in the poll and tell us what you think!