Definitions

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  • adj. Without use of a keyboard.

Etymologies

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keyboard +‎ -less

Examples

  • Yeah, it's all fun and games now, but when someone materializes inside a wall because you can't make heads or tales out of where to put your hands on the control and you're just waving and gesticulating wildly, we'll see how you like this "keyboardless" future.

    MacDailyNews

  • These keyboardless laptops are the future of computing, no question.

    Why I Think Apple’s Touchscreen Netbook Is Real

  • My friend Antonio Rodriguez, who founded and sold his startup Tabblo to Hewlett Packard, thinks that a whole generation of kids is now growing up with keyboardless computing as a default way to interact with machines.

    Why I Think Apple’s Touchscreen Netbook Is Real

  • An H-P spokeswoman said the company has been developing touch technology for decades, and improved pricing and software make the consumer market ripe for new keyboardless devices this year.

    PC Makers Ready iPad Rivals

  • In the next few weeks, executives from Hewlett-Packard Co. will meet in the U.S. and Taiwan to tweak prices and features on an upcoming keyboardless computer dubbed the Slate, said two people familiar with the matter.

    PC Makers Ready iPad Rivals

  • I've been an iPhone user since the 1st Gen, and I have the made the transition to a keyboardless device just fine.

    Do You Need A Physical Keyboard On Your Phone? | Lifehacker Australia

  • They are easy to correct and the convenience is "worth it" to me, but that issue is why many Blackberry users will never switch or convert to a keyboardless Blackberry.

    Droid - The Reality behind the 'iDon't" Commerials

  • It would be a light, intimate, keyboardless device that ran software based on his innovative Smalltalk language (a precursor of our now ubiquitous mouse-and-point systems).

    Bill Gates Says, Take This Tablet

  • Her company, Senseboard Technologies, is now struggling to launch the Virtual Keyboard -- an innovation in keyboardless typing that takes the stress out of repetitive stress injury.

    Out Of The Dot-Coma

  • Her company, Senseboard Technologies, is now struggling to launch the Virtual Keyboard -- an innovation of keyboardless typing that takes the stress out of repetitive stress injury, or RSI.

    Innovation: A Springtime For Techies

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