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General Chat Thread, The "Other" Optimus Keyboard in General; only a concept at the moment....but think of the possibilities!!! http://www.artlebedev.com/everything/optimus-tactus/...
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    The "Other" Optimus Keyboard

    only a concept at the moment....but think of the possibilities!!!

    http://www.artlebedev.com/everything/optimus-tactus/

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    This thread has reminded me of a very boring college lecture I once had where we talked about nothing but keyboards for an hour and a half.

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    it'd look good with a BSOD on it, yep...

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    We have something like that in our kitchens. We call it a "till" Obviously our tills don't look as nice as that, but then ours exist!

    Having played with one of those projected virtual keyboards that came out a couple of years back, I do wonder if the lack of springiness to the virtual keys ever stops feeling weird.

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    When I saw this I wondered about tactile feedback. Plus I would imagine keyboard typing injuries woudl be higher/worse as you are repeatedly hitting a solid object rather than giving keys

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