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Tap Systems, Inc. located in Pasadena, California, is the creator of Tap, the wearable mouse and keyboard. Tap delivers untethered data and control input to Bluetooth-enabled devices, from wearables, smartphones, and tablets to TVs and VR/AR environments. Physical connection to the device is not required, and neither is being able to see or feel a keyboard. Tap was created by industry veterans Dovid Schick and Dr. Sabrina Kemeny to bring consumers the next big shift in input technology.

Headquarters

Los Angeles, CA, USA

Shipping Since

February, 2018

MSRP

$179 (USD)

Press Contact

pr@tapwithus.com

Web & Mobile Links

Website

tapwithus.com

TapMapper

map.tapwithus.com

Apps

tapwith.us/GetTapManager
tapwith.us/GetTapGenius
tapwith.us/GetTapAloud
tapwith.us/GetTapTapBunny
tapwith.us/GetTapChase
tapwith.us/GetTapLoops
tapwith.us/GetTapSquadron

PlayStore

play.google.com/store/apps/dev?id=6214060392641160241

Apple Store

itunes.apple.com/us/developer/tap-systems-inc/id1082288614

Social Media

facebook.com/tapwithus
twitter.com/tapwithus
linkedin.com/company/tap-with-us
instagram.com/tapwith.us
youtube.com/c/TapSystems

Latest Coverage

Look, Ma, One Hand: Typing Gets a Makeover – Wall Street Journal

Wearable Tap Strap keyboard now lets Windows users type in VR – Venture Beat

Tapped out with traditional typing? This new wearable might provide a situational solution. – MacWorld

This wearable device can turn any surface into a keyboard – Mashable

New gadgets make the whole world your keyboard – ZDnet

Tap’s wearable keyboard makes typing in VR applications a breeze – Engadget

Tap Demos Its Wearable Keyboard and Mouse – PC Mag

Type with a wearable keyboard – Fox Business

What They’re Saying

For Tap, the need is absolutely here. From wearable devices all the way up to AR/VR, all of those devices are in urgent need for sophisticated input methods.

Tap promises a future where a device doesn’t command our attention, it enables it.

[Tap] offers users who are blind or visually impaired with a way to communicate on mobile devices with the speed and convenience of sighted users.

I was impressed with how fast I was able to pick it up and how well I remembered the tap gestures from day to day.

Jony Ive, Apple’s design guru, might be proud.

[Tap] really works. [We were] able to learn the alphabet and start slowly typing in about 2 hours with most people apparently reaching 30-40 words per minute in about 5.

Gwen Ackerman
Bloomberg
Patricio Robles,
Programmable Web
Khier Casino
Tech Times
Juli Clover
MacRumors
Leif Johnson
Mac World
Linus Sebastian
Linus Tech Tips

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