Oree Wooden Keyboard will class up your cubicle
Keyboards suck. No, seriously. They stink. They’re awful. They’re deliberately counterintuitive, they’re cheaply made as a rule, and they’re only a necessary evil because brain/computer interfaces and speech recognition are still in their relative infancy.
And above all, they’re ugly. Fortunately, there’s a keyboard out there that address a few of these concerns.
For starters, the keyboard itself is hand crafted out of either walnut or maple. It’s hand-carved, hand-rubbed, and the whole thing is built out of one piece of wood, so it looks gorgeous.
Inside, it’s a fairly standard Bluetooth keyboard, complete with AA battery power, but it’s designed to sip power, not hog it, so those batteries will last for at least several months before they need swapping out. You might have noticed that there’s a bit of an earth-friendly vibe to the whole thing.
The best part is that it’s genuinely attractive and full of little touches, like being able to choose the font burned into each key. Yes, it’s fussy but it lets you choose exactly what you want. Granted, at roughly $200 before shipping this is not cheap, but that’s not the point. The point is to have a keyboard that shows some class, and this chunk of wood makes even a junker computer look good.
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