The CircBoard remains in the concept stages, but it is a killer solution for gaming console typing. The CircBoard divides the alphabet up into bubbles that mimics the controllers button layout. The left analog stick serves as a selector, and the right stick or buttons acts as the input method for those letters.
Hold the left trigger and you can activate caps, and if you want to enter a backspace or a space, you use the left and right shoulder buttons respectively. Intuitively the d-pad serves as a cursor keys and the right trigger can add a secondary key set. We’ll see if a developer, and more importantly a manufacturer, picks this up. But you’ll have to admit, it is quite the efficient use of a game controller and keyboard in one.