Adesso’s latest keyboard shirks modern design conventions, and goes for a retro typewriter look. Despite its antique style round keytops, it’s got everything you expect in a modern keyboard, including spill resistance, N-Key rollover, and precise Kaihl Blue switches.
Retro gaming company Hyperkin applies its design sensibilities to a computer keyboard. This mechanical USB keyboard features super clicky backlit Gaote Blue switches, and has a grey and blue color scheme reminiscent of the classic Super Nintendo console and controller.
For musicians and DJs who want to carry a MIDI keyboard anywhere. KOMBOS come in sections which snap together to form keyboard controllers ranging from 25 keys to 61 keys. Works wirelessly over Bluetooth 4.0, perfect for controlling iOS and Android synthesizer apps.
A feature-packed mechanical keyboard offering superfast response, with 25% shorter key throw than Cherry MX switches, 26-key rollover, plus the ability to customize the color of every single key. Sadly, like most LED keyboards, it’s Windows only. When will Mac fans get one?
An ergonomic, programmable and mechanical USB keyboard. The UHK can be split into two for a comfortable typing experience. It has four key layers, uses Cherry MX switches and stores key layouts in its internal memory so they will work with any computer.
A pressure-sensitive multi-touchpad. Using a variety of overlays you can turn Morph into a keyboard, a graphics tablet, a music controller and more. When it launches you’ll be able to design ready-to-print custom overlays.
It’s rare that we see anything truly innovative in the world of keyboards, but LG just knocked our socks off with their new Rolly – a full-size Bluetooth keyboard that rolls up into a stick that you can stow in a backpack, briefcase, or purse.
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