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Showing posts with label computer keyboard. Show all posts

Type at Warp Speed. Full Color Printed Star Trek Wireless and Wired Keyboards.




MAC and PC compatible wireless and wired keyboards featuring printed graphics from both the Original Star Trek and Star Trek The Movie will have you typing where no man has gone before.

Star Trek Original Series Crew Wireless (or wired) Keyboard:


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Star Trek Original Series Captain Kirk Wireless (or wired) Keyboard:


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Star Trek XI Warp Wireless (or wired) Keyboard:


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Star Trek XI Enterprise Wireless (or wired) Keyboard:


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Features include:
•Awesome full color printing. Not a sticker or wrap!
•Choose from wired or wireless models. Both feature easy plug-and-play installation. Mac and PC compatible.*
•Low profile keys for comfy typing w/ numeric 10-key for number crunching.
•Warranted against manufacturers defects for 1 year from date of purchase. Printed in the USA.


Technical Details & Requirements:
18" wide x 6.75" deep x 0.75" thick. | Wireless models use a USB 2.0 RF micro-transmitter (included). | Wireless models run off 2 AA batteries (included). |
* Requires Mac OSX 10.0 or newer, Windows XP service pack 2 or newer. |
Requires 1 available USB 2.0 port.
Made by Keyscraper.

2012 Typographic Wall Calendar made with 2,012 Computer Keys by Harald Geisler.




The "2012 Typographic Wall Calendar" is a project to produce a large (70cm x 100cm / 27.56in x 39.37in) printed wall calendar for the year 2012. The calendar is made of two-thousand and twelve used keyboard keys. The keys are arranged manually by German typographer Harald Geisler to write out all days of the year 2012.



This is a real, usable calendar. The Typographic Calendar makes finding dates a fun and creative process. The keys are arranged in a grid. If you read them from left to right, they read each day of the year in sequence: January Sun 01 Mon 02 Tue 03 etc. You can think of it like a long array, sequence or string of all dates in the year. To make things easier, every month is differentiated by an "arrow key." This enables you to scan the grid for a specific month before beginning to search for the day. After a bit of practice, you can orient yourself quickly within the grid. You can also use certain brands of whiteboard markers to write events onto the calendar.



The calendars layout is simple, despite looking otherwise at first glance. Harald imagined a person working in an office typing every day of the year down like a text, every pressed key literally appears on the calendar. The keys are arranged in a grid. You read the composition just like a text: from left to right and top to bottom. The line breaks at the end of the canvas and the code continues on the left side again–like a monospaced typewriter. The entire text of the calendar fits on one big page, 70 x 100cm.


above: The 2011 calendar, made of two-thousand and eleven keys



The project is being funded on Kickstarter, where you can get a print of the 2012 calendar for just $35.
support it here.

Prints of the calendar
The printed Typographic Wall Calendar reproduces the keys in their actual size. The size of the print is B0 (70cm x 100cm / 27.56in x 39.37in). It's printed in four color offset on thick paper and UV coated to protect the print from scratches and the colors from bleaching.

You can order prints of the wall calendar from Harald's site here.

TouchFire - A Flexible, Featherweight Screen-Top Keyboard for the iPad!




Many people I know simply do not like attempting to type on the iPad for the same reason that several iPhone owners turned back to their Blackberry. They miss the ease of using a keyboard as you normally would. That's precisely why Steve Isaac and Brad Melmon of Seattle have come up with a thin, feather-weight device that puts the "touch" back into typing - TouchFire.



TouchFire makes typing on your iPad feel like using a normal keyboard. The silicone rubber keyboard is easy to type on, cushions your fingers and weighs less than an ounce.



It's ultra-thin and attaches to the inside of the iPad cover and folds up within the cover, so you can always keep TouchFire with your iPad without it getting in the way. It's so thin and transparent that you can even use the touch screen as you normally would and 'swipe' through it if you so desired. TouchFire fits right over the iPad keyboard and aligns itself magnetically.

Applies magnetically to position directly over the iPad keyboard:

Roll it down to use the whole screen:

It attaches easily to the iPad Smart Cover with two plastic clips:

If you don't have a SmartCover on your iPad, the TouchFire is easily stored in its handy case:


Steve Isaac and Brad Melmon, the brains behind TouchFire:


Patent Pending, Steve and Brad are presently requesting funding on kickstarter

A pledge of $45 will pre-order you the starter pack which contains a keyboard, a storage case and a pair of cover clips, all in black. Shipping is free in the U.S. Please add $10 to your pledge for shipping to Canada, $25 for International shipping.

Help support this ingenious idea and buy one for yourself or a friend here.

TouchFire® is a registered trademark of TouchFire, Inc. Seattle, WA. All rights reserved. PATENT PENDING. Put the Touch Back into Typing™ and Screen-Top Keyboard™ are trademarks of TouchFire, Inc. iPad® is a registered trademark of Apple, Inc. Cupertino, CA.

Funky Find Of The Week: Handmade Decorative Keyboards




Made to order from Japan come these three lovely artful but functional computer keyboards. Each is handmade and costs just under $165.00 USD.

The Nishiki:



The Usagi:




The Karakus:



Order them here.



C'mon people, it's only a dollar.