Eve V 2020: Eve Devices is taking the design of its upcoming convertible's keyboard very seriously
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Eve is currently hyping its 2nd-gen convertible device by releasing aspects of its design or construction for its "community" to discuss and choose between in the eventual V 2020 they would like to see (presuming they will, of course). The brand has now moved on to a 'keyboard' stage of this process.
It has taken many of the common concerns and experiences of typists into account in generating 4 different concepts for this part of the upcoming device. These issues extend from its durability through its ergonomics to the materials Eve Devices may use in its construction. The company seems particularly absorbed with how they will either fold or be sealed to form its outer and key-facing edges.
To this end, those of the "Chocobar" concept, for example, have ones similar to those found in the Microsoft Surface or the new iPad Pro's Magic Keyboard. The "Wrap", on the other hand, will have inward-facing edges of a material that may be Alcantara, whereas the "Ringo" and "Oreo" will be two-toned in terms of materials and their texture.
Interested consumers can weigh in on these new options on Eve Devices' official forum. They can choose their most (and least) favored potential V 2020 keyboards. It may be paired to a tablet based on a corresponding winning concept. To date, the complete PC lacks a launch date or pricing information.