Whether you've got a foreign name, or you're taking a French course in school, or you just want to be able to send messages to your friends abroad, you've probably memorized all the weird little cntrl+ and alt+ strings to enter accents and other random characters.
However, these keyboards from Konyin makes it a little easier to do multi-language typing. Embedded in several of the letter keys are various common foreign variations on that letter, which can be entered with a simple shift command (there's a second shift button for letter capitalization).There's an entire line of keyboards from Konyin, ranging from about $40 to $100, depending on how many different languages are included. You can buy the $40 model here.
Report Published by: Mark Raby
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