The World’s Fastest Text Messaging
Most Productive Handheld Computing
Imagine comfortably text messaging at a rate of 50 words per minute on your cell phone; 2-5 times faster than you do now. You could type messages in less than half the time and they could be more detailed as well. The world record for text messaging speed on a cell phone is currently held by Ben Cook who text messaged the following two sentences, "The razor-toothed piranhas of the genera Serrasalmus and Pygocentrus are the most ferocious freshwater fish in the world. In reality they seldom attack a human," in 41 seconds.
As evidenced by the video on this page, the AVERAGE AlphaGrip iGrip Phone user would blow the world record away by text messaging those sentences in under 30 seconds.
Or how about playing sophisticated PC video games on a handheld computer, and playing them as well or better than on a desktop computer with a keyboard and mouse. Anything you can do at your desk you would be able to do as productively on an AlphaGrip-enabled device while you’re standing, walking, riding in a vehicle, leaning away from your desk, sitting on a park bench or on the floor in the family room, leaning back in a recliner, or even while lying in bed. The days of having to get to a desk to get your real work done or play sophisticated PC games are almost over.
The video demo on the left proves that AlphaGrip technology enables desk-free, high speed text entry on a cell phone, smart phone or handheld computer. We are currently designing a portable, foldable AlphaGrip that can be used as a handheld keyboard and mouse for the next generation of handheld devices. With an AlphaGrip, you will be able to work productively and play intensely from anywhere. In the future we hope to design a handheld computer or smart phone with AlphaGrip technology incorporated directly into the form factor. On the right is an image of a non-working prototype of one possible version of an AlphaGrip computer.
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