Sometimes, the simplest solution can mean the most innovative one. The iKeyboard, developed by Cliff Thier, certainly falls under the category for being innovative. The product is not for sell yet. It’s under what is called the ‘Kickstarter’ stage, a stage where backers pledge a dollar or more to the project and if there are enough investors by the given deadline, the product gets manufactured and sold. According to the KickStarter website, the product will be funded only if $4000 will be pledged. Thus far more than $7000 have been pledged, and we still have 46 days to go before the deadline!