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Luxeed LED Keyboard Hits the U.S. (Finally)

by Paul Strauss

One of the most popular posts of all time on Technabob was the wondrous Luxeed multi-color LED keyboard. While it sure looked cool, it was nearly impossible to get outside of its native land of Korea. So I’m thrilled to let you know that they’re finally available in the U.S. (sans the Korean characters).

Luxeed LED Keyboard

Thanks to the fine folks over at ThinkGeek, the brightly colored programmable keyboards are ready to make their way onto your desk now. For those of you didn’t read the original post, now is as good a time as any to check out this wild keyboard in action in this video clip from Luxeed.

Each light-up keyboard is powered by 430 individual colored LEDs, all of which can be sequenced using the included Windows software (now in English!) The sky is truly the limit for making your own colorful keyboard creations.

Luxeed Love LED Keyboard

Available in a black or white key models for $199.99 each, you’ll need to drop an additional $34.99 if you want a numeric keypad (no LEDs in that add-on BTW). Sure, it’s no Optimus Maximus, but then again, you could buy 9 Luxeed keyboards for the price of one of Art Lebedev’s wonderkeyboards.

Ready to light up your keyboard? Head on over to ThinkGeek and get yours now.

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Comments (3):

  1. Kat says:

    Where Can I get one in Australia

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