The guys that incited the geek lust in geeks across the world with the Optimus keyboard are finally showing off one of the keys for the keyboard. Granted I was expecting OLED keys and the prototype isn’t.
Engadget says that the keyboard will show up as a mass storage device to your PC with the mappings for the keys stored inside the keyboard. Much like the Logitech G15, internal memory will allow you to take the keyboard with you to any PC without needing drivers or anything.We have now been waiting for this keyboard for a year or so and now all we get is one stinking non-OLED key. I still want one myself, but it had better really rock after making me wait this long. You can get the three key version if you just can't wait for the real keyboard. Via Engadget
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