The guys over at Laptop News Daily are speculating about the possibility of using the Optimus Maximus style OLED technology for laptop keyboards.
The Japanese company Sanwa has announced a series of keyboards where you have the option to navigate using a laptop style touchpad instead of the traditional computer mouse.
I’m sure you’ve already seen a thousand articles about the Optimus Maximus keyboard, but videos featuring this product isn’t something you see every day. Here’s a video of the Optimus Maximus being demonstrated at CES 2008: (This video is no longer available.)
Here’s a nice wireless keyboard if you need something slim and portable.
CrunchGear had a closer look at the $500 Optimus Maximus keyboard at CES.
This black, flexible and “virtually indestructible” keyboard features both a Skype dial pad and a built-in 2-port USB hub.
Art. Lebedev Studio, the team behind the Optimus Maximus OLED Keyboard, has come up with a very cool concept for yet another keyboard. Optimus Tactus does not have physical keys, which means there are no restrictions on their shape and size. Any part of […]
Less than two weeks ago we covered the Aurora keyboard, saying “there seem to be a trend in coming up with stylish and cool looking looking keyboards”. Well, here we have yet another beautiful example of this. The ultra slim keyboard features a durable aluminum […]
There seem to be a trend in coming up with stylish and cool looking looking keyboards these days, maybe because of the Optimus Maximus hype. One of the later is the Aurora KB002U from Enermax, a black stylish keyboard featuring a hairline brushed aluminum design […]
If you want a matching keyboard to that Aircraft Mouse we covered yesterday, this multicolor backlight one from Saitek will be a good candidate. This high-end gaming keyboard features programmable functions and media keys, customisable backlighting, a touch-sensitive backlit dashboard control panel and much more. […]
Logitech has announced the Classic Keyboard 200, a full-sized USB keyboard that will work with Nintendo Wii systems updated to Wii Menu v3.1. Logitech announces Classic Keyboard 200 for Nintendo Wii [Pocket-lint.co.uk]
There’s something about dogs and wrist support products. This is actually the third one we cover in a short period of time – first out was the Bone Wrist Support, then the Doggy Ergonomic Armwrist, and now this one that doubles as a keyboard cleaner.
Optimus reports that the first shipping of their Maximus OLED keyboard will be in white, not black or silver which have been showed in earlier photos. So, what do you prefer – the new color or any of the old ones? (Via SlashGear)
Unfortunately there isn’t much information available about this product from A1Pro, but the name sure sounds interesting: USB/PS2 Black Keyboard with Handwritten Identity Feature. Let’s hope it means that the touch pad-loking part of the keyboard allows you to write in a stylus way and […]
The sound of people doing drum rolls on their knees all of a sudden got even more annoying. Tyler Freeman, aka odbol, is the creator of DrumPants – a pair of pants that enable the wearer to produce drum sounds by hitting various parts of […]
This cool looking Korean keyboard from Luxeed is available two different versions; the white one featured above ($127) where the whole the key will light up, and a black version ($134) where only the letters will glow. A software that lets you customize the way […]
The Typewriter Laptop is a beautiful piece of art created by Mary Robinette Kowal. She modded her laptop to make the keyboard look like one from an old-fashioned typewriter. (Via Boing Boing)