Cool Leaf Keyboard brings Capacitive input to your Windows PC

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The Cool Leaf keyboard features 108 backlit capacitive keys with a mirrored surface. Since this is a capacitive touch screen type keyboard, the keys have no travel. No worries though, you can customize beep sounds upon a successful key press and sensitivity can also be adjusted. At this time, the Cool Leaf keyboard is only compatible with Windows XP, Vista and 7. You can purchase this keyboard at Dynamism for $249.99. Very expensive considering it’s not even a wireless keyboard… Who wants one?

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  2. That must be extremely uncomfortable to type on. Try tapping on your table with all your fingers for just a couple minutes and you will see how its going to be to type on that. Pretty though.

  3. I have a similar keyboard called the CleanKeys. It works and it is easier on my tendonitis than a regular keyboard. It’s easy to mistype however. You have to look down at the keys and/or focus on the screen constantly.

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