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Wooden Computer Peripherals

by Paul Strauss

Japanese electronics company Marubeni Infotec recently showed off a line of peripherals which are made out of wood.

Wooden Keyboard

Made by design firm Hacoa, the designs include keyboards, USB flash memory drives, a memory card reader and a USB hub, all made from some delightful natural materials.

Wooden USB Memory

There’s no word on when or where you’ll be able to buy these yet, but I’ll let you know if I find anything out.

[via AVING]




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Comments (8):

  1. Closet_Rat says:

    Ever since I watched Final Cut, I’ve been wanting this to be real…

  2. Zippidy says:

    Have you seen the USB flash drives at http://www.flashsticks.co.uk ? They look really good for a wooden computer accessory. Z ¬/_

  3. heyjaniz says:

    it reminds me of scrabble.

  4. hermes handbags says:

    Ever since I watched Final Cut, I’ve been wanting this to be real…

  5. James Williams says:

    Interested.

  6. Beenja says:

    Woa, my Japaneese got a little rusty latly.
    Them germans are doing some wooden keyboards there and they use old typewrighter keys.
    http://www.noviquitaeten.de/holztastatur.html
    And I can read the letters at least and they talk about delivering March 2011?

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