Bill says: "This keyboard works by having each of your ten fingers choosing the character you want by selecting from a radial menu. You can push down, or move north, south, east or west, and get a different character for each. The character you get corresponds pretty well to the character you get with the same finger when you move it from home position on a conventional QWERTY keyboard. The idea is to reduce arm fatigue."
Can I just point out that whilst 'digit' is commonly used to refer to numbers it comes from:
late 14c., from L. digitus "f1nger or toe," related to dicere "tell, say, point out" (see diction). Numerical sense is because numerals under ten were counted on f1ngers.
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****.e.r.s Are digits on your hands, you stupid people. F1ngers!!!!!!!!
quote, "with one button under each of the five f1ngers and two additional modifier keys for each thumb."
That would mean 5 f1ngers and 1 thumb on each hand. So only people from Norfolk could use this one.