"Twist it, roll it, fold it, soak it." *UPDATED*

Adesso’s rugged, silicone keyboard is mega-bendable, and totally water- and dust-proof. Specs: *Connectivity: IBM AT, USB & PS/2 compatible *Compatible with Windows Vista, XP, 2000, ME, 98SE *LED lights for Num-Lock, Caps Lock and Scroll Lock *Key Layout: 109 Keys *Dimensions: 17.5″ x 5″ x 0.5″ (LxWxH) *Weight: 0.6 lb *Temperature Range: 32°F to 175°F […]

Alphabetical keyboard for QWERTY phobes

Almost 140 years after Christopher Sholes solved the typebar jamming problem in alphabetically organized typewriters by creating the QWERTY alignment comes the Fast Finger Keyboard, which will prove maddeningly unusable to all but Luddite grannies and time-traveling Gutenburgians. $27.95, comes in whore red. Fast Finger Keyboards [Official Site]

Pro:Motion keyboard staves off Carpal Tunnel

The Pro:Motion keyboard aims to help carpal tunnel sufferers (“wussies”) get through the typing of the day by cycling through a series of set ergonomic positions, never letting your wrists rest too long in one position. It’s a good looking keyboard, and ergonomic adjustment while typing seems, if not useful to me, then at least […]

Today is a good day to type...with a Klingon keyboard

Cherry sells this keyboard with Klingon keycaps, perfect for transcribing the works of Shakespeare in their original language. Like the most robust battle keyboards, it attaches to your console via the hardened PS/2 interface. HIHIvqa’ may’ pequ’ moH! Klingon Language Wired Standard Keyboard – £43.99 inc VAT [CherryKeyboardsRUS.co.uk] (Thanks, Riazm!)

Brando's latest glowing, palm-sized keyboard

Another miniature wireless keyboard from purveyors of crapulence, Brando. This time, it comes in the electric blue backlight of a Tron helmet. There’s also a USB slot on the side for adding a peripheral mouse. It seems like this is aimed at the HTPC crowd, but it’s really too small to be useful for that, […]

Cute home theater keyboard has built-in trackpad, but not much else to recommend it

For home theaters, I’m a big fan of those keyboard with built-in trackballs peddled by various Asiatic crap gadget purveyors. I have a Trust KB-2950, and I love it: it’s not good for lengthy amounts of typing, and the trackball control is hardly precise enough to do anything besides do the more basic mouse tasks […]