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Tag: Keyboard

Black Leather Keyboard Perfect for Joan Jett’S Computer

Black Leather Keyboard Perfect for Joan Jett’S Computer
This over-the-top keyboard from Japan gets its tough-ass looks from its form-fitting black leather hide. Each key of the ritsy Gokukawa keyboard (¥49,800 / $548 USD) is meticulously hand-wrapped in rich black leather. The result is a completely monochromatic glossy black-on black design.

Comfort Food: White Bread Wrist Rest

Comfort Food: White Bread Wrist Rest
After releasing the croissant wrist support, Brando is back with another pastry prop. I think this time they’re aiming for people with simple taste. Crazy people with simple taste. The White Bread Wrist Rest is what it says it is: it’s a white bread wrist rest.

Wireless Keypad Brings Literacy to Your PS3

Wireless Keypad Brings Literacy to Your PS3
Just in case you haven’t spent enough money on your PS3, there’s a hot new attachment, just in time for the holidays: a wireless keypad add-on designed to make communicating simple. At $49.99, the add-on may seem a little expensive, particularly when most gamers gravitate toward voice-communication in online gaming, but sometimes a little typing is necessary.

Numberkey Transforms iPhone Into Numeric Keypad

Numberkey Transforms iPhone Into Numeric Keypad
As much as you might love your MacBook or MacBook Pro, there’s no denying that the lack of a numeric keypad can really slow you down if you work with numbers all the time. Perfect for heavy duty spreadsheet users, this nifty new application for the iPhone and iPod Touch lets you use your mobile device as an ad-hoc numeric keypad for your Mac.

Textile: Interactive Fabric Made of Thousands of Computer Keys

Textile: Interactive Fabric Made of Thousands of Computer Keys
TEXTile is an interactive art piece made of nearly 23,000 computer keycaps, fabric, a projector, and custom software. Viewers can type messages that become a part of the project itself. Here’s how it works: “In this interactive sculpture, thousands of recycled keyboard keys are embedded into a continuous textile.

Ctrl-Alt-Del Key Cups, Not Key Caps

Ctrl-Alt-Del Key Cups, Not Key Caps
You won’t be able to type very fast on these keyboard-inspired ceramic cups, but you will be able to enjoy your favorite beverage in them. Created by Taiwan’s MOD Design, Reset Cups are larger-than-life versions of the “Ctrl-Alt-Del” keys, typically used to reboot or login to your Windows PC.

Nerd Out Your Neckline With Computer Key Jewelry

Nerd Out Your Neckline With Computer Key Jewelry
These cool necklaces feature a recycled computer key fused to a hand-cut glass tile. The perfect gift for the geeky girl in your life! These beauts are handmade by Capitola Girl Jewelry. She sells them on Etsy for 29 bucks.

Wear Your Geek on Your Sleeve – Literally

Wear Your Geek on Your Sleeve – Literally
I hate the misuse of the word “literally” but in this case I will tell you that you can literally wear the word “geek” on your sleeve. And you can do it with computer keyboard letters, too.

Space Invaders Bendiboard Keyboard: Who Says Aliens Are Inflexible?

Space Invaders Bendiboard Keyboard: Who Says Aliens Are Inflexible?
Just weeks after I got my hands on my new light-up LED keyboard, now I’m drawn to a new keyboard that I think I need on my desk. The ubiquitous invaders from space have adorned many a product, and now you can think about those aliens every time you sit down at your computer to type a memo or surf the web.

Notebook Pc Keyboard Splits Open to Reveal 2nd Screen

Notebook Pc Keyboard Splits Open to Reveal 2nd Screen
I like to think that I know a thing or two about computers. I was beginning to think I’d seen just about everything, when I came across this fascinating oddity. What you’re looking at is a truly unique beast, the Ergonomic Dual Screen Split Keyboard Notebook Portable Personal Computer – I’ll just call it EDSSKNCPPC for short ;) The model shown is actually known as “the Executive” (because what executive wouldn’t want one of these in place of his or her Crackberry?)

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

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

Das Keyboard: No Letters = Faster Typing

Das Keyboard: No Letters = Faster Typing
I sit at a computer much of the day and always thought I was a pretty fast typer. But apparently, those pesky painted letters on my key caps are actually slowing me down. Thankfully, there’s a new keyboard that gets rid of the tiny bit of extra drag that those characters put on my tapping fingertips.

Decorating Do: Numeric Keypad Chairs Arranged in Order

Decorating Do: Numeric Keypad Chairs Arranged in Order
I have no idea what the story is behind this set of numeric keypad/calculator chairs is, but I do know I think it’s super cool! I wish so badly that I could explain the rationale behind this or tell you whether or not it’s concept art or a commercial product, but I still haven’t learned how to read Japanese characters.

Cool Red Cube Hides a High-Tech Label Maker

Cool Red Cube Hides a High-Tech Label Maker
Inside this unassuming red cube lurks a fancy shmancy label making system. Click the black button and the top opens up to reveal a keyboard and LCD screen. The keyboard appears to be a standard US qwerty version, but unfortunately (for those of us who can’t read Kanji characters, that is) the screen text looks to be in Japanese.

Delete Key Flyswatter Kills Bugs Dead

Delete Key Flyswatter Kills Bugs Dead
There isn’t much worse than trying to swat an annoying fly with nothing but your hand. What better way to obliterate buzzing, disease-carrying insects but with this delete key flyswatter? Created by German industrial designers Ding3000 for Fred, the delete key flyswatter will keep your typing hands clear of that sticky goo from smashing flies with your bare mitts.

Dork Up Your Dinner With Pc Salt and Pepper Shakers

Dork Up Your Dinner With Pc Salt and Pepper Shakers
These salt and pepper shakers are made to look like the S and P letter keys on your computer keyboard! They come with this cool box to complete the qwertastic look. I’m not sure I want to think about my PC during meals but I know there are folks out there who would like to seamlessly integrate computer references into every single aspect of their lives (not to mention, their Second Lives) so I’m guessing that’s the target market.