Would You Pay $500 For This Keyboard?

Posted: Jul 11 2006, 10:30am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:55pm CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

 
Would You Pay $500 For This Keyboard?
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This weird-looking thing by Maltron is classified as the most expensive computer keyboard, ringing in a an SRP of $490. You can supposedly increase your typing productivity by 20%, thanks to its design that is meant to utilize all 10 of your fingers, unlike regular keyboard which just use 8.

It also promises to be a long-lasting keyboard that won't mess up on you within the first month (like a keyboard that I bought about a year ago). It can be used with just about every computer, including PCs and Macs. Well, what can you say about a near-$500 keyboard? All I know is that I wouldn't need one of these because I only use about 4 fingers when I type, so I'm already lost on productivity. This thing's benefits would be lost on me.

Via Born Rich

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