Keyboard specialist Matias makes wireless aluminum keyboards in Apple colors: silver, gray, gold and rose gold. The Bluetooth keyboard can connect to up to four devices at once, including mobile devices. Its rechargeable battery lasts up to a year per charge.
Created by a former eSports coach, the Raise is a gaming keyboard designed to split into two for a more comfortable typing position. Each half can also be used on its own, making it a viable option for left-handed users. Each half has four thumb keys and removable palm pads.
NovelKeys‘ Big Switches are individual mechanical keyboard keys. They’re fully functional, but you’d have to find a keyboard big enough to accommodate them. That’s because they’re four times bigger – 64 times by volume! – than regular keys. More on Kotaku.
Spectrasonics spent 10 years refurbishing, tuning, and capturing the sounds of some of the world’s greatest pianos, organs, and synths, and collected them into a digital library you can play with a MIDI keyboard and a computer. If it’s good enough for Stevie Wonder…
An elegant mechanical keyboard with rounded keys, a zinc alloy frame, real leather surface, pillar-style adjustable feet, and full backlighting. Choose from black/chrome, white/copper, or black/copper designs. If you can’t wait, they have a less expensive model already available.
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.