If you are anything of a creator, entrepreneur or just a hardworking folk, chances are you have “postits” or some other kind of memo following you around. In itself, that is already a bummer, forgeting them, losing them. Jeong Woo Kim is the one designer that may have came up with an ingenious solution for your troubles. This is the Overture.
It’s a keyboard with special functionalities. The name might lead you off, as it is connected to musical pieces like symphonys, ballets or operas but in this case, it is the french word for “open”. This one keyboard might also come in black but where it gets interisting is under the Numbpad. It rocks a small touchscreen that can be activated with the pen attached to the very keyboard that you can use to take notes easily and keep them digitaly.
This is a great idea and the perks of this concept are quite obvious, as the quickness and practical way of note taking that was somewhat lost in the “keyboard type” digital notes makes it the perfect memory aid.