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Handpainted Keyboards Offer Dazzling, Dizzying Designs

by Paul Strauss
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If you’re like most people, your computer keyboard is probably either black, white or some shade in between. If you happen to have an older PC or Mac, maybe it’s a cigarette smoke-tinged beige. These handpainted USB keyboards couldn’t bend the rules more.

Handpainted USB Keyboards

Available in several precisely detailed patterns ranging from flowers to swirlies, these dramatic keyboards will definitely bring new life to your drab desktop.

Handpainted Flower Keyboard

Each key cap is painstakingly handpainted before the keyboard is assembled. There’s something about the intricate designs that reminds me of a set of Mah-Johngg tiles.

Handpainted Swirl Keyboard

If flowers or frou-frou aren’t your thing, the collection also offers a schmancy gold-leaf design too. Most of the keyboard patterns make it very difficult to read the keys, so if you’re not into touch-typing, you might want to steer clear.

Handpainted Gold Leaf Keyboard

Also, the compact (86-key) keyboards don’t offer a numeric pad, but doesn’t all beauty comes at a price? Speaking of price, all of the designs retail for about $156 (USD) a piece and are available from GeekStuff4U.

[via GeekSugar]

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