The Tap wearable Bluetooth keyboard fits on your fingers and allows you to type on any surface. Like the idea? Let’s keep going for the knuckle-like keyboard.
The Tap is an innovative and advanced wearable Bluetooth keyboard that allows you to wear it on your right or left hand, and three options sizes ensure it to fit different users. As shown in the images, the Tap looks more like a unique knuckle instead of a keyboard, but it actually works as a Bluetooth keyboard. All you need to do is just wear the Tap on your hand and pair it with your smartphone.
The Tap features a series of embedded sensors which monitor mechanical information of your hand abs fingers, and the info is processed by a built-in MCU in order to decide it into finger tap combinations and transmit the resulting characters or commands to your device. Moreover, the Tap works with all Bluetooth enabled devices which support the HID keyboard standard including iOS and Android devices, Windows and Mac computers, and most smart TVs. In addition, its rechargeable battery offers up to four hours of typing time or 72 hours of standby time on a 3-hour full single charge.
The price and release date of Tap hasn’t been unveiled, but If you’re interested in the wearable Bluetooth speaker, jump to Tap official site for its more details.