Keyboards have been around for years. They come in different shape, sizes and colors. But what if I want a keyboard that can change functionality depending on which program I have open? Art Lebedev’s Optimus Popularis is a beautifully engineered keyboard where each key is actually a mini screen. Each key on the Optimus Popularis can be programmed to change functionality and to display whatever you want on that mini key. There’s also a long screen that goes across the keyboard between the function and numeral keys where you can display a custom range of information such as temperature, stocks, CPU usage, etc. Art Lebedev’s Optimus Popularis is the ultimate keyboard for those that can afford the $1,086 price tag.
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