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Customizable OLED keys are the highlight of this new Russian keyboard.

There Art Lebedev Studio website has been updated with additional information on the Optimus OLED keyboard. Each key is customizeable meaning you can use one keyboard for multiple languages and even tailor the layout to specific applications or games if you are so inclined. According to the website, the keyboard is due to go on sale February 1st. Considering that each key has its own OLED display, I don't even want to know how much this keyboard will cost. 


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RE: grammatical error
By BillyBatson on 1/9/2006 2:49:42 AM , Rating: 2
there isn't an error, "it's" is short of "it is"... "Considering that each key has its own OLED display" makes perfect sense while "Considering that each key has it is own OLED display" does not, so someone DID proofread..

i really can't wait for these types of keybaords! From lighted keys that you can see and read in the dark, to being able to customize the keyboard for ANY application such as IM's, IE, Word, First Persion Shooters, and especially MMPORGS such as WoW!!!!!! I can just see it now as soon as i load WoW the keys display the keys used for that specific character down to a picture of the actual attack and then when you change characters the keys change with it from picture to layout. I would like to know how much it costs though.


RE: grammatical error
By theslug on 1/9/2006 9:05:59 AM , Rating: 2
Billy, when I posted that the article did indeed say it's. It looks like they corrected it.


RE: grammatical error
By BillyBatson on 1/10/2006 5:27:10 AM , Rating: 2
OHHHHH so you quoted it exactly how it was... i assumed you corrected it to what it should have been. My apologies.


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