keyset

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keyset

(ˈkiːˌsɛt)
n
(Computer Science) a device consisting of a set of computer keys that can be used together for a particular purpose, for example for a computer game
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Sydney, December 12 ( ANI ): Helicopters and motorcycles have inspired a man from Australia to come up with a chorded keyboard prototype that may make safe texting while driving a possibility.
He said while chorded keyboard apps for smart phones were available as internet downloads their functionality was limited.
And there are alternative keyboards: broken things with massive pads; scalloped-shaped devices which allow the one-handed to type with ease; flat boards which can operated by feet; ones with massive coloured keys for the partially-sighted; ones with just seven keys - "chorded keyboards" - where figures and numerals are conjured on-screen by pressing different combinations of the few buttons.