Richard Nagy, aka "Datamancer", specializes in handcrafted steampunk and retro-Victorian keyboards. His latest model, the Diviner, combines the two for an elegant assemblage of red mahogany woodwork and microchips. With matching wrist rest, no less. Keyboard accents include brass corner flourishes, keys from an old school typewriter, a black cloth USB cord, and green jewel lamp LED lenses. Standard layout is the US 104-key QWERTY style, though European versions can be fabricated upon request. Additional customizations are also available via the Datamancer Website. Nagy signs each of his keyboards for authenticity, as well as warranties them for design and functional excellence.
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$119 - $128 from Kickstarter »
I use an ergonomic keyboard at work, but its QWERTY configuration looks nothing like the X-Bows'. Nothing like a message from the aliens backlit by an RGB carnival. And these aliens want to help us. Help us...type faster...