Want to try out a Dvorak layout but don’t want to buy a new keyboard? Do you often need to type a different currency symbol than your standard, but can’t remember the keystroke combination? The Sonder Keyboard being developed in Sydney, Australia addresses these issues. Utilizing e-ink technology you can reprogram your keyboard so that the letter, number and function keys can change appearance and function or be programmed to specific macro functions depending on the application being used. It connects via Bluetooth and is compatible with Mac, PC, tablets and smartphones. Users will have their own community and be able to share keyboard layouts and programming. This keyboard is currently on pre-order for $199, the final retail price will be $299:) ) . More details at Sonder Design.
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G’day Andrew, cheers for the love.
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What OS’s will be supported? Linux?
G’day Andrew, we’re supporting three platforms; Windows, Mac and Linux.