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If you are an iPhone user who misses the tactile feedback of a physical keyboard, you might be interested in a new accessory that promises to transform your touchscreen into a QWERTY keyboard. The accessory is called Clicks, and it is currently seeking funding on Kickstarter.

What is Clicks?
Clicks is a thin, transparent film that attaches to the front of your iPhone. It has a grid of tiny buttons that align with the on-screen keyboard. When you press a button, it triggers a small vibration and a click sound, simulating the feeling and sound of a physical keyboard. The film also has a built-in battery that can last up to a year on a single charge.

Why use Clicks?
According to the creators of Clicks, the accessory can improve your typing speed, accuracy, and comfort. They claim that Clicks can reduce typos by 80%, increase typing speed by 50%, and reduce finger fatigue by 70%.

How does Clicks work?
Clicks uses a patented technology called Piezo Touch, which uses piezoelectric sensors to detect the pressure and location of your finger taps. The sensors then send a signal to a microcontroller, which activates a vibration motor and a speaker to create the haptic and auditory feedback.

How to get Clicks?
Clicks is compatible with iPhone 12, 12 Pro, 12 Pro Max, and 12 Mini. It comes in two colors: black and white. You can pre-order Clicks on Kickstarter for $49, which is 50% off the retail price of $99. The estimated delivery date is June 2024. The project has already surpassed its funding goal of $10,000.

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Clicks is a novel accessory that aims to bring back the physical keyboard to the iPhone. It can improve your typing performance and comfort, as well as your gaming experience.

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