I signed up for a devkit awhile back. No word so far. Very ambitious! I'm simultaneously super excited and highly skeptical haha. There have been other attempts at this tech. Devil is in the details. Battery life, weight, reliability, glasshole factor, latency, etc
I agree with everything he said about how different having neural control will be. Changes so many paradigms. AR/VR glasses + brick replace laptops/desktops. Driving, robot control, air traffic control, stock trading, soldiering, so much will change.
One thing he is missing is that it will require new interaction "protocols" to be created that are like the config for Twiddler or the pedals/steering wheel on a car. Conservation of learned muscle memory will rule all other factors.
I'm also happy he mentioned one handed typing. Tech is cool but useless if you have to rest hands on surface and type on invisible keyboard. One handed typing (with hand in any position) will be required to make it useful. Though after looking closely at OpenSteno for a bit now, my money is on replacing typing completely with something like steno, effectively allowing us to "speak" to the machine silently (like subvocalization).