I still think they look cool, but touchscreen typing needs to come a long way.
In the future, people will be happy to merely look at their shiny products in their shiny white rooms with shiny white walls filled with shiny white indirect light.
In the future, everyone will wear white cotton gloves because the Jonathan Ive Fingerprint Criminality Act will institute a five year penalty for willful deposition of sebum.
In the future, people will always speak about their magic gadgets but never at them because a slightly off-color breath might unevenly coat their shiny slick surfaces with condensation.
In the future, backpacks will be made of unobtanium, briefcases will be made of Ice Nine and Aibos will crap tamagotchis on white shag so perfectly rendered that Empire Carpet & tile will have to pay a licensing fee to Adobe.
In the future, LCD picture frames will only display the happy, healthy, perfectly lit people you should know, rather than the unhappy, unhealthy, naturally lit people you do know.
In the future, you won’t need to know if you actually touched a key; the honor of attempting to touch it will be enough.
In the future, you will not need to copy and paste. Everything you type will be perfect, and everything you read will be universally understood.
In the future, you will only need one mouse button. If you cannot do it without right clicking, you should not do it.
In the future, there will only be glossy screens. If the people are not shiny and happy, they should be dark and mute.
In the present, however, every design on this page is crap.