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Tag: Keyboard

Emoji Keyboard: Literal Type Faces

Emoji Keyboard: Literal Type Faces
I’m not much of an emoji user this side of the occasional smiley face. I don’t need a fancy keyboard to use that. My daughter on the other hand likes to text me with long lines of emoji.

Programmable, Mechanical & Split Keyboard: Ultimate Hacking Keyboard

Programmable, Mechanical & Split Keyboard: Ultimate Hacking Keyboard
What are you looking for in a keyboard? Comfort? Feel? Functionality? The folks at Ultimate Gadget Labs believe they’ve created the only keyboard you’ll need. It may even replace your mouse. They call it the Ultimate Hacking Keyboard.

Café Makes Keyboard-Shaped Waffles: Sticky Keys

Café Makes Keyboard-Shaped Waffles: Sticky Keys
I like waffles, video games, and computers so this is a trifecta for me. Nexon is a company that makes video games and it has a computer museum in South Korea. At that museum is a café that serves up some very cool treats for visitors to snack on.

Real Life Emoji Keyboard: ??

Real Life Emoji Keyboard: ??
Chevrolet’s PR team can go wild with their press releases on a daily basis if they can get their hands on Tom Scott’s gargantuan setup. The YouTuber remapped the keys on 14 computer keyboards to stand for all of the emoji he could get his hands on, made the appropriate sticker legend for each key and then hooked up all the keyboards to one computer.

Danger Zone Keyboard Keycaps: Type Gun

Danger Zone Keyboard Keycaps: Type Gun
On March 3, 1969, the United States Navy established an elite school for the top one percent of its pilots. On February 8, 2015 Geekhack member Data came up with a design for keycaps inspired by Top Gun and the Blue Angels.

Legend of Zelda Villains Keyboard Decals: It’s Dangerous to Type Alone

Legend of Zelda Villains Keyboard Decals: It’s Dangerous to Type Alone
If you are tired of your boring old keyboard, maybe it’s time to spice things up a bit. Here, take this Legend of Zelda villains keyboard decal. These cool and colorful keyboard decals from Too McCool for You Designs are for MacBook Pros and primarily focus on villains from the various Zelda games.

LG Rolly Full-size Portable Keyboard: Stickey

LG Rolly Full-size Portable Keyboard: Stickey
Most portable keyboards are cramped and have minimal key travel. But LG’s Rolly manages to be a full size keyboard with generous key travel while still taking up minimal space, thanks to its segmented design. The Rolly is built like a Kit Kat bar, only instead of snapping off the segments roll up into a square tube. 

Nyko Type Pad PS4 Mini Keyboard: QWERTY Awaits

Nyko Type Pad PS4 Mini Keyboard: QWERTY Awaits
The PS4’s touchpad makes it easier to use the console’s virtual keyboard, but nothing beats the real deal, like Nyko’s new Type Pad for the current gen PlayStation. This isn’t the first mini keyboard that fits into the DualShock 4, but it is the first one to have dedicated @ and .com

Moky Keyboard Doubles as Touchpad: Feather Touch

Moky Keyboard Doubles as Touchpad: Feather Touch
Last year we heard of Microsoft Research’s prototype keyboard that used infrared sensors to turn the entire area above the keys into a multitouch surface. Now a company called Innopresso is raising funds on Indiegogo for a similar device called the Moky, short for “motion keyboard.”

KFC’s Paper Keyboard Protects Devices from Grease: Finger Clickin’ Good

KFC’s Paper Keyboard Protects Devices from Grease: Finger Clickin’ Good
The KFC Tray Typer is a paper-thin Bluetooth keyboard made so that you don’t get chicken grease on your devices. It was created as a promotional item for new KFC locations in Germany. Apparently they were a big hit.

Makey Makey Go: Turn Objects into Keyboards Anywhere, Anytime

Makey Makey Go: Turn Objects into Keyboards Anywhere, Anytime
Jay Silver is back on Kickstarter with an even smaller version of his simple but versatile USB keypad, the MaKey MaKey. Aside from its smaller form the Makey Makey Go also has a keyring and a magnet. 

Life-size Classic LEGO Gadgets: The Brix System

Life-size Classic LEGO Gadgets: The Brix System
Boutique PC maker Love Hultén is known for building computers inspired by 20th century furniture. But his latest masterpieces are based on toys, LEGO to be specific. Love’s The Brix System are wonderful 6:1 scale functioning replicas of LEGO gadgets from the ’70s and ’80s Space sets.

DIY Mechanical Keyboard: WASD Production

DIY Mechanical Keyboard: WASD Production
Mechanical keyboards are popular among gamers and programmers. Redditor wildpanic outgeeked them all by making his own keyboard. Inside the 3D printed case and keycaps are Cherry MX Green switches, 1N4148 diodes and a Teensy microcontroller, which wildpanic connected using 20 gauge copper wire.

R2-Q5 Virtual Keyboard: The Empire Strikes Backspace

R2-Q5 Virtual Keyboard: The Empire Strikes Backspace
Assuming the mantle of the Sith, Japanese toy maker imp. recently unveiled an R2-Q5 version of its R2-D2 virtual keyboard. Except for its colors and its limited run of 500 units, it works exactly the same as Artoo – it’s a Bluetooth 3.0 infrared keyboard that makes astromech sounds when it’s turned on and off as well as while you’re typing.

Raspberry Pi Inside Mechanical Keyboard: RaspCherry

Raspberry Pi Inside Mechanical Keyboard: RaspCherry
Redditor Lauri Hakkarainen aka b10nik wanted to have an excuse to buy a mechanical keyboard, so he thought of turning it into a computer by installing a Raspberry Pi 2 inside. Even though his Project Kiiboard turned out to be a bit complicated, you wouldn’t think that from looking at the unassuming computer, which practically looks just like its unmodified form.

X-Key Programmable USB Keyboards: Keys Open Doors

X-Key Programmable USB Keyboards: Keys Open Doors
Soon after I featured the Trickey modular mini keyboard, commenter FrogmanTM pointed me to X-Keys. Made by Michigan-based P.I. Engineering, X-keys are also programmable keyboards. While they’re not modular like Trickey, they appear to provide more bang for your buck.