Tag Archives: keyboards

Cardboard Happy Hacking Keyboard

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This appears to be a cardboard Happy Hacker keyboard offered for aboyt $70. At what point does start taking the mickey? Let's see one made of cake. Update: Alas, they just left the cardboard key tray in for…

Econo-Keys, the reversible keyboard

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The actual keyboard I like, assuming it's not as squidgy and strange as it looks. But the overall concept is hard to get behind, if you see what I mean. [via Oh Gizmo]…

A couple of weeks with the Apple Wireless Keyboard (Yes, the one from last year)

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I'll keep this one short: If you took every keyboard ever made and condensed them to their most elemental parts you'd end up with the Apple Wireless Keyboard ($70). It's pleasant to type on (it feels just like the current…

Art Deco keyboard

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Jeffrey Stephenson, maker of extraordinary wooden PC enclosures, writes in that Datamancer's turned 20th century.
My friend Richard Nagy (aka Datamancer) is famous for his Steampunk creations. Well, I think the Steampunk fad may have run its ourse. He

Medigenic keyboard for hospitals

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The Medigenic infection-control computer keyboards have several neat tricks to prevent them from picking up any viral or bacterial baddies: they whole thing is sealed and can withstand hospital-grade disinfectants; there's a one-key switch that will disable the rest of…

Lisp machine, its keys

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Lisp Machine Keyboard [Global nerdy via Make]…

Optimus Maximus: The Rise and...Can you fall if you never rose?

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Russia! magazine takes a look back at the long and tumultuous gestation of the Optimus Maximus keyboard, the $1,500 keyboard from Art Lebedev with tiny OLED screens embedded under each hard-to-push keycaps.
And the notion that it’s really not all

Leather Keyboard

keyboard.jpg Natural media peripherals have an obvious appeal: the latest technology married to the real world's own bounty, as beautiful and simple as it often is. A walnut PC enclosure, perhaps, or a mouse made of stone. But a leather keyboard?…

Strange jumbled keyboard from Japan

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The uTron is two halves of a keyboard, set into a new layout. The basic, no-frills implementation is pleasing, but if one is going to embark on learning a new keyboard, something more radical, like the frogpad, is in…

Harness the power of a rainbow to learn to type

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All rainbow directives at Boing Boing Gadgets come from the top. The guy who decided Infomercia — our joyless, Orwellian gadget state — should be rainbow colored? The guy who has been pushing for a BBG redesign in the style…