December 13, 2011
Optimus Popularis Keyboard — It's what Steve Wozniak wants for Christmas
From the website: "Optimus Popularis is a compact keyboard with each key displaying any image and being assigned any function."
"Optimus Popularis is engineered for any layout, language or symbols: Cyrillic, Ancient Greek, Georgian, Arabian, music notes, numerals, codes, math functions, images, special symbols, and so on to infinity."
"Optimus Popularis is an indispensable tool when it comes to high performance in any creative field and will be appreciated by designers, typesetters, traders, musicians, video designers, photographers, and others."
"The upper portion of the keyboard — between the numeral keys and the Function keys — is reserved to display a custom range of the most important information. The Fn key (bottom left) switches the functions, bringing up upon request a set of tools that full-size keyboards usually have to the right."
More photos and details here.
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