J. Schofield, U.K.


abKey is the best alternative to replace Qwerty. When implemented, it could save govts & companies USD billions.

Mr. Jack Schofield of AskJack fame was the resident IT Editor for Guardian (UK) expert on IT for 25 years. A man of many talents and interests, ranging from photography to audiophilia, videography to technology, Mr Schofield still keeps his pulse on IT trends and developments. Mr Scholfield learned the abKey layout at a press conference after 5min., better than he could with Qwerty, after decades of use!

Dr. N. Lim, Singapore


abKey is designed for comfort and relief of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Dr Nelson P.W. Lim, is the founder and leading Chiropractic Physician of the Discover Chiropractic Clinic. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science and Doctor of Chiropractic from the Palmer Chiropractic University in Davenport, Iowa, U.S.A. on a Presidential Scholarship.

He set up Discover Clinic with the primary goal to educate his clients on the importance of proper maintenance of health and preventive care, and intends to influence and set examples to a better and healtheir lifestyle free of pain.

B. Blackburn, U.S.A.


abKey is better than the Dvorak, and superior to Qwerty – I will not even consider the Qwerty.

Ms Barbara Blackburn failed typing in high school because she couldn’t master Qwerty. After graduation, she enrolled in a commercial school, and was introduced to the Dvorak keyboard. She learned it and became so good at typing, she was approached and tested by the Guinness Book of World Records, and crowned World’s Fastest Typist from 1975. She held the title till 1985, when Guinness terminated the category, effectively sealing Miss Blackburn’s official title forever