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Klingon Keyboard: Kliboard? Keyngon? Gibberish?

by Lambert Varias
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Heads up Trekkies: Cherry Keyboards are currently selling Klingon Keyboards. Yes, it has Klingon font as well as some English numbers. It’s perfect for, you know, if you suddenly find yourself in a chatroom with Worf.

klingon keyboard cherry ps/2

If you’re not liking the inscription on the keys, don’t worry. That’s just a mock up; it’s an edited image of Cherry Keyboard’s plain old English keyboard. Cherry Keyboard says that the real deal will have “Laser etched, abrasion proof keycaps” and “rubber sheet technology for long life” to ensure that the keyboard will meet the transcendent taste of those who speak James Doohan’s gibberish. I’m kidding. Lower your Mek’leths. It connects via PS/2 though. So retro.

Cherry Keyboard claims that they will only produce a “limited quantity” of the Klingon Keyboard. You can already reserve it at Cherry Keyboard’s site; it sells for £44 ($64 USD).

[via Dvice]

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