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Posted on January 10, 2019 by  & 

Customisable e-paper keyboard

Assembled and designed in France, Nemeio is a new generation keyboard that responds to many frustrations. Who has never torn their hair out trying to find a character on the keyboard? Who has never been stalled by an inappropriate layout of the keys? With Nemeio, you can modify the characters as you wish: QWERTY, AZERTY, Bépo, in French, Spanish with the shortcuts of your favourite software... you are free to customise it thanks to its dedicated application, wherever you want. For more information see the IDTechEx report on Flexible, Printed and Organic Electronics 2019-2029.
Nemeio allows the user to create shortcuts, choose or import characters that they want to display, assign profiles according to uses thanks to its intuitive application. It displays a preferred configuration automatically depending on the software used, unless the user prefers to change it manually.
The Nemeio keyboard has easy Plug & Play installation on MAC or PC, for smartphone, TV or videoprojector.
Nemeio uses a backlit e-paper display, ideal for preventing eye fatigue day and night. Thanks to e-ink technology, particularly used in screens on electronic readers, the keys do not tire the eyes and produce an effect very similar to paper. Control the light intensity, magnify the letters of keys as required. Accessible to as many people as possible, Nemeio can be adapted to each person's individual needs.
Designed to suit all types of users, Nemeio will adapt very well to people who are highly mobile. Thin, light and compact, this electronic ink keyboard is very easy to transport. In addition, the keyboard has a USB type-C port to enable it to be recharged simply and quickly, as well as a classic USB port to connect external devices, such as a mouse. Changing the keyboard profile is also very simple thanks to the two navigation buttons on the side of the keyboard.
It is possible to interchange each letter, import custom characters and use characters from any language.
Source and top image: Nemeio
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