Why was the keyboard created?
well with out a keyboard I could not be typing this but i guess it just made sense to make a keyboard that you can type with. other then that i have no clue.
Keyboard Cat was created in 1984.
Apple Adjustable Keyboard was created in 1992.
The Computer keyboard if you mean the on-screen keyboard was created for computer users without keyboard connection. If you mean a normal physical keyboard, then I'm pretty sure the answer should be clear to you...
The first keyboard was created in the middle ages for the pipe organ. It is unclear by whom.
1920's he created the keyboard.
The most widely used keyboard today is called the Qwerty keyboard, created by Christopher Sholes
The QWERTY keyboard refers to the particular arrangement of letters on the modern keyboard. This arrangement was created in the late 1800s by Christopher Latham Sholes.
The earliest modern keyboard was created in 1964 when MIT, Bell Laboratories and General Electric created the MULTICS operating system. MULTICS used a video terminal and an electronic keyboard. For the first time, users could see what they typed on a screen. The layout of the keyboard is based off the typewriter (perhaps the first keyboard although not electronic) which was invented by Christopher Latham Sholes in 1868.
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"Qwerty" was created for PDA/data phones that had a full keyboard. "Qwerty" just spells out the first 6 letters of the keyboard beginning with the top left had corner and going across... ™
There is a Japanese symbol ㅋ which is created by a string command if you don't have an Asian keyboard (it means "LOL" or "laughing").
jon lenard created the music keyboard
UNIVAC I in 1950 had a keyboard on the operator's console. BINAC in 1949 may have, but I don't know. Early British computers before this seem to all use 5 channel punched tape for input. So the teletype that punched that had an offline keyboard. I don't think EDVAC had a keyboard.
An acronym is a word created from the first letters of each word in a series of words. "Keyboard" is only one word, not a series of words, so it is not possible to form an acronym for it. Perhaps you are looking for an abbreviation for "keyboard". The most common abbreviation is "kbd".
A monitor is a screen on which you see images created by a computer. A keyboard is a device for instructing a computer or inputting data to a computer by depressing marked keys in a pattern that conveys information. So a monitor is an output device and a keyboard is an input device.
The standard QWERTY keyboard as is common in most English-speaking parts of the world was not designed to slow down fast typists but, rather, to allow faster typing than allowed by other designs. The most commonly needed characters (such as E) are easily reached and thus are truly right at one's fingertips. This allows the ability to type most words at ease. The less common letters such as Z are set off more to the… Read More
Dvarak keyboard, Azerty keyboard, Colemak keyboard, and the QWERTY keyboard
The design for the keyboard was taken from the typewriter (as it is the predecessor for the computer). The Qwerty keyboard was designed by Christopher Sholes. It was meant to eliminate jamming. Today however, we have an array of designs available to us. Companies have created their own design, while others even create custom keyboards to fit anyone's personal needs.
Electric keyboard usually refers to the keyboard of an electric piano. "Keyboard" is a generic word that can refer to an electric piano, an acoustic piano, a typerwriter keyboard, a computer keyboard, etc.
The keyboard was created when someone had a dream like every other thing. But the keyboard was created using wires and there would be keys or blocks that where had rounded eages that had numbers on them to use the computer easier because when there wasn't a keyboard people had to use there mouse to do everything and thats also why the on-screen keyboard was coded and made into a computer because if someone can't… Read More
list four types of keys on the computer keyboard There is the Dvorak keyboard, Colemak keyboard, Azerty keyboard, and Qwerty keyboard
is their a sliding keyboard, or a touchscreen keyboard, or do i NEED the detachable keyboard?
The key board was created in the mid eighteen hundreds by a man named Christopher L. Sholes
software that goes with the keyboard or does things to the keyboard that do shorts using the keys on the keyboard only
A piano keyboard A qwerty keyboard A Dvorak Simplified Keyboard
what is the difference between standard keyboard and enhance keyboard
if your keyboard has an usb port, connect it, if it has a midi port, buy a midi to usb converter, connect it and start ableton. add a device to your project using the panel on the left. configure that device, click the note sign which turns into red after you click. you cn find that button on the device you created. when you play , you should be hearing the sound of the device… Read More
first of all, keyboard is nothing but an inout device.. and its types are: ergonomic keyboard traditional keyboard flexible keyboard wireless keyboard and i am sorry i have not heard that there are types out for keyboard, you can use any of it,as per as your convenience..
Answer The official name of the keyboard is "Qwerty". The keyboard is named after the top row of letters on the keyboard. If you don't think so just look on your keyboard.
standard keyboard,enhanced keyboard
its a keyboard like a keyboard for a computer
of course you can urinate on the keyboard, it is better for the keyboard.
you use the keyboard on the kindle keyboard for
It was Christopher Latham Sholes, 14 February 14, 1819 - 17 February , 1890. He was an American inventor made the first typewriter and developed the first qwerty keyboard which we still use today on out computers, Ipads etc
As far as I know there are no difference on a conceptual keyboard to a normal keyboard. It's just keyboard had it's standard keyboard stroke that may be QWERTY, QWERTZ, Devorak, Colemak keyboard.
The specific arrangement of keys on a keyboard is a separate issue, from whether you are using physical keys or virtual keys. The virtual keyboard is an alternative to the actual keyboard, not to the QWERTY keyboard.
this answer-"well the keyboard i have has 45 notes on it and i just checked so it is the correct answer. " is WRONG! The amount of keys on a Keyboard varies from keyboard to keyboard. A keyboard could have about as little as 5 keys, and as big as 88 keys. A full keyboard, or a piano has 88 keys
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the alternative to the qwerty keyboard is the AZERTY keyboard
A keyboard is a "board" with keys on it. So a keyboard key is called a, "Keyboard key". There is no fancier word for them.
The first qwerty phone created and marketed was the Nokia 9000 Communicator released in 1998
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They are on a Standard Keyboard. You must have a different kind if they are not there.
IT IS A CHESSE CAKE ON THE KEYBOARD IT IS A CHESSE CAKE ON THE KEYBOARD no itz amandas feet on the keyboard
Teclado, if you are actually referring to a keyboard you type on, however if you mean a keyboard as in a keyboard piano, then its piano teclado.
Parts of a keyboard . Look at your keyboard then you'll find out xDD
Yes the Pantech Crux does have a keyboard, but it is a virtual keyboard.
The Dvorak keyboard is one alternbative keyboard layout.