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Tag: Keycaps

Mini 1980s Macintosh Computer Keycaps: Nostalgia at Your Fingertips

Mini 1980s Macintosh Computer Keycaps: Nostalgia at Your Fingertips
Drawing direct inspiration from the Macintosh 128K of the 1980s, this mechanical keyboard escape and tab keycap set brings the nostalgia back to your own modern computer. Gosh, they sure don’t make them like they used to, do they?

Stunning Pokémon Keycaps Are Like Tiny Worlds Inside Your Keys

Stunning Pokémon Keycaps Are Like Tiny Worlds Inside Your Keys
Crafted by artist and Etsy seller Hirosart, these custom Pokémon keycaps feature miniature worlds inside your keys. Not satisfied with just the pocket monsters alone, Hirosart creates tiny landscapes that reflect the areas in which the Pokémon live.

Clear Resin Moon and Mars Keycaps: The Eagle Has Landed (on Your Desktop)

Clear Resin Moon and Mars Keycaps: The Eagle Has Landed (on Your Desktop)
To celebrate some of humanity’s greatest achievements in space exploration (and sell some cool keycaps in the process), these are Moon Keys. Compatible with Cherry MX switches and clones, the keycaps are available in five varieties: a 1u Eagle Has Landed, Lunar Lander, and Curiosity Rover ($49), and 1.75u Eagle Has Landed ($52), and 2.25u Curiosity Rover ($58).

GMK Dualshot 2 PlayStation-themed Keycap Set: 108-bit

GMK Dualshot 2 PlayStation-themed Keycap Set: 108-bit
Keyboard accessory maker Omnitype’s latest keycap set features the dull gray base color of the original PlayStation, along with the colors of the OG PS logo. You can almost hear the startup sound when you look at it.

Max Keyboard Offer Custom Printed Keycap Sets: Goodbye Group Buy

Max Keyboard Offer Custom Printed Keycap Sets: Goodbye Group Buy
Mechanical keyboards have exploded in popularity in recent years, including swappable keycaps. You can easily find mass-produced keycap sets online, but if you truly want to stand out or have trendy or niche designs, your best bets are limited run or artisan keycaps.

The “Smorgasboard” Is a Keyboard with Only Food Keycaps

The “Smorgasboard” Is a Keyboard with Only Food Keycaps
Because I write thousands and thousands of words every week, I got myself a fancy $200 mechanical keyboard with good clicky switches and schmancy RGB backlighting just for fun. I’ve thought about getting some custom keycaps too, but I don’t think I’d be able to type very fast if all of my keys were made to look like food.

UnAlice: An Awesome Keycap Set Inspired by Alice in Wonderland

UnAlice: An Awesome Keycap Set Inspired by Alice in Wonderland
Head down the rabbit hole every time you use your computer. That’s the notion behind this keycap set that features imagery inspired by the Lewis Carroll classic “Alice in Wonderland.” Designed by keyboard enthusiast Rafal Hrynkiewicz, the UnAlice keycap set comes in a creamy Winter White color, with a skinny, easy-to-read typeface.