Fast Finger Keyboards sells unique computer keyboards that switch from the standard, QWERTY layout to an alphabetical layout at the touch of a button. We are a Philadelphia, PA-based company that’s been in business for five years.
Our customers are people who need an alphabetical layout to type faster or easier, but perhaps share their computer with others who prefer the standard keyboard layout. No more switching from a dedicated alphabetical keyboard to a standard one by fussing with unplugging the keyboard and switching it for a different one. This keyboard conveniently switches back and forth at the touch of a button, and each key is labeled with the alphabetical letter (in white) and the standard letter (in red.)
The keyboard was invented by Faith Quintavell, a Philadelphia businesswoman, when she saw an auto mechanic struggling to enter the name and automobile information from a long line of customers in the shop. The Fast Finger Keyboard has had articles written about it in CNET, PC World, and countless tech blogs.
Our customers tend to be people who never learned to type well and struggle with it, children new to computers, or those who use English as a second language and are not familiar with the standard QWERTY keyboard used in the U.S., U.K., Australia, New Zealand, and other English-speaking countries. Please drop us a line at the contact page if you have any questions about our product. We are here to help.