If you haven’t got a Das Keyboard II with mechanical key switches for Christmans, don’t be discouraged: you can have one for free (excluding sweat) if you dedicate a weekend building it: Here is how from SaneAsylum.com: How-to: DIY Das Keyboard from SaneAsylum.com
According to Richard Hart, ABC journalist: “Das Keyboard has a great feel, because it uses classic mechanical switches. No labels on the keys. Why? To force you to learn to touch type, das why.” Full article here.
For the culinary demanding users, we have now an answer. Scott Thomsen from Agave Design sent us a pointer to the waffle keyboard.
Go to the New York Times and double click on any words. You’ll see a pop up windows with its definition! Quite handy.
Das Keyboard II: the keyboard that clicks. Watch and listen to this YouTube video from modology. It seems that mechanical key switches are addictive to many users… For more information go to www.daskeyboard.com.