UMPC Text Entry Goes Swiped

Mustachioed JK over at jkontherun (voted "Surprisingly Orange Site" for the fourth year in a row) has been beta testing Ilium InScribe, alternative text input software for UMPCs and Tablet PCs.  Rather than the translucent QWERTY cleavage of DialKeys, InScribe overlays a full-screen keyboard that responds to swiping and pausing of a stylus (or slender digit).

With adjustable transparency and handy "tiny" button (which shrinks the interface down to a eenie-weenie button), it's an interesting alternative and worth waiting for.  Until release, however, you'll have to be happy with JK's review.  Grow some patience, kids

Ilium readies InScribe for the UMPC/ Tablet PC [via jkontherun.blogs.com]