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yeah think of all the hotkeys you would have for wow...
I doubt it. click wheels and touch screens are good for specific tasks- like navigating lists and manipulating objects in a windows-like environment. But there will always be a need to enter text, and it`s hard to imagine a device that allows one to do so as easily and with as much privacy as a keyboard.
The form factor for most input devices has shrunk and adopted spin wheels and touch screens. Surely at some point someone *must* come up with a better input device.
The one that`s bundled with the OS and usually called "Japanese language support".
You either type on a Kanji keyboard or you type on an alphabetic keyboard and have it converted to Kanji. There`s a program involved in that conversion. For Windows, it`s called the Japanese Input Method Editor.
I`m not sure if there are really grammar rules but I`m going to (probably incorrectly) assume that there are very few you need for Kanji, which would mean it`s mostly a matter of association. Kind of like red = stop, apple = fruit. There are so many silly and contradicting English grammar rules that when you look at it on the whole, English is insanely impractical. One of the only real advantages it has is (as previously mentioned) the fact that English works well in the tech-savvy world we live in now (e.g. QWERTY keyboards)
I think the buttons on either side of the space bar are actually dividers.
You`re not typing in Kanji, though. You`re using a program as a partial intermediary to convert to Kanji from a modified Roman alphabet.
i had to lol :p