Optimus OLED Keyboard Pricing

Finally we hear about the pricing for the Optimus OLED Keyboard and it's over a kilobuck. I was thinking $300 would be a lot for a keyboard, but over $1000?

Why is this keyboard interesting? Because each key has a tiny display in it that can be changed via software. This makes for a keyboard that easily supports foreign languages, games, or just plain context sensitivity. Imagine what it would be like if you held down Ctrl and all the keys showed what function they did. If the function keys said what they did. Etc. It has great potential.

Josh Poulson

Posted Wednesday, Nov 29 2006 10:17 AM

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