Smart Keyboard Folio
The Smart Keyboard Folio is a hardware keyboard and cover designed by Apple for the 3rd generation iPad Pro
Generalized keyboards are musical keyboards, a type of isomorphic keyboard, with regular, tile-like arrangements usually with rectangular or hexagonal keys, and were developed for performing music in different tunings. They were introduced by Robert Bosanquet in the 1870s, and since the 1960s Erv Wilson has developed new methods of using and expanding them, proposing keyboard layouts (and some notations) including any scale made of a single generator within an "octave" (or more generally, period) of any size. The generalized keyboard is one kind of symmetrical arrangement that represents pitches according to their relationship to each other - rather than their positions in specific scales such as in the familiar piano and organ keyboard - as well as in sequence of pitch, unlike arrangements such as duet systems for concertinas and the array system keyboard. Bosanquet used chains of fifths to generate the mapping of the keys, with the pitches transposed into the space of an octave (or more generally, period) so that pitch determined the lateral position of keys, and the number of fifths, or any other interval used as generators, from the starting pitch its vertical position in the keyboard. The coordinates of a key can be calculated using the size of the generator (in cents), where the vertical position is the number of generators away from the starting pitch, (positive or negative depending on whether they are in the sharp or flat direction), which Bosanquet rounded to the nearest semitone, giving 12 vertically aligned rows of keys in each octave. Wilson introduced alternate arrangements with combinations of seven or five (and in some cases, i.e., a division of the octave in 13 tones, eight) vertical lines of keys, and so Bosanquet keyboard sometimes is used to distinguish the original arrangement. This can result in very large arrangements depending on the shape of the keys and any modifications made to the basic design. The possibility of the duplication of pitches occurs because the generalized keyboard is, in principle, a mapping of pitches onto a closed space in which intervals and chords have fixed shapes under transposition across the keyboard; thus a generalized keyboard is a useful tool for the analysis of harmonic structures.
How to fix broken notebook keyboard tape?!?
My laptop keyboard is broken too.just 2 keys, so I use an external keyboard. You can buy some small portable ones that work well and they just plug into the USB slot. To fix it, well pulling apart laptops is not something you should do. Now if your connect ribbon is broken, and you can remove the ribbon (that is, it is not soldered to the keyboard) then you should be able to find a replacement, with a lot of shopping around. Otherwise, repairing it is a very fiddly job, you can not solder it without melting in the insulating plastic, so maybe you are out luck dude.
i just spilt water in my keyboard what can i do?
Well one thing is for certain before you try the earlier posters suggestion unplug the keyboard from the computer and do not power your keyboard untill your sure the water has gone. Worse comes worse u will pat $10 for a new keyboard
How to fix my keyboard? Someone dropped liquid on it.?
1 If you spilled water, turn the keyboard over and let it drain and dry out for at least 24 hours. 2 If you spilled something sticky, try prying the small key caps off of the keyboard with a flathead screwdriver to get better access to the mess. Do not remove the spacebar, the Enter key or other large key caps. (Take a picture of the keyboard layout, or make a quick sketch of it, before you remove any keys so you can put them back where you found them.) 3 Gently clean the keyboard with a wet cotton swab. Use either hot water or rubbing alcohol to get rid of the sticky residue. 4 Replace the key caps after rinsing them and letting them dry. 5 Let everything dry for at least 24 hours before using the keyboard.