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Dragon Quest Slime Keyboard Has Funnest Function Keys Ever

by Paul Strauss

Fans of the DragonQuest series will immediately recognize the little blue blobs along the top of this keyboard as the game’s iconic Slime. Can you think of a more awesome looking keyboard?


This Slime-topped keyboard is actually designed specifically for playing DragonQuest X when it hits the Nintendo Wii, and has a number of specially marked keys to help you play the game. Plus, the little Slime guys can be popped off the function keys if you so desire. I don’t. I want them to stay right where they are, lest they turn into toys for the cat or choking hazards for children.

It’s made by Hori of Japan, and will sell for ¥3,980 (~$50 USD) when it goes on sale this August. It’s not clear if the keyboard will work with a PC or Mac, though, as I’d happily replace my current computer keyboard with one if it does. I really want a keyboard with a smiling Space Bar and Enter key.

[via Tiny Cartridge]

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  1. Julie says:

    How much do they cost in Australia?

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