“Slice” keyboard uses circles to try and keep the fingers in one place on touchscreens [#input]

Slice Circular Keyboard for Android Tablets Offers Fast and Easy Touch Typing, if You Can Learn to Use It
"You input characters via six circles and keep your fingers on the screen whenever you’re typing. Slice was designed to offer a typing solution that would allow you to avoid looking at the screen to see which characters you’re hitting. Ultimately, this would result in faster typing because you just need to memorize the key locations. The obvious downside is, of course, that you have a steep learning curve. The keyboard itself isn’t intuitive and it’ll take a lot of time to get started. "
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