Yeah, I'm not fully convinced that a virtual keyboard will ever be able to replace a physical keyboard. The virtual keyboard is fine for short URLs but everything is very hunt and peckish. It's not efficient. Typing more than a few short words is a chore. Using the Magic Keyboard, it just works. My speed is reduced somewhat since this is my first time using one, but I expect to get over that with about a day or two of heavy use. If you are on the fence about purchasing one, definitely make sure you pick up a Magic Keyboard or its equivalent.I really never expected it to work well enough to replace a physical keyboard. Maybe for some web URL's or quick searches but not for real work. I type pretty fast and I have no idea how they'd get it to an accuracy level that's required and also I don't know how they'd create an interface that wouldn't result in me significantly reducing my typing speed. Glad to see it works well with the Magic Keyboard, which is what I would expect.
Something I haven't seen people mention in any of the videos or articles I've watched is that I can walk into a different room in my house while wearing the headset, like a quick run to the kitchen, and all the windows I've had open will stay where they are. When I walk back into the room, I'm able to just resume from where I was without having to reorganize things. Very cool feature. I also recommend investing in straws... it's hard to drink and wear the headset at the same time.