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Rakido
28th June 2005, 05:14
Only For The Best
If you are an elite programmer who can write sophisticated code under tight deadlines, someone who makes impossible projects possible; or a Silver Web Surfer your colleagues turn to when they need IT advice: this keyboard is for you.

Shouldn't your keyboard reflect your status as one of the elite? We think so!


http://www.daskeyboard.com/images/daskwork.jpg


http://www.daskeyboard.com/

Fluff
28th June 2005, 05:29
I wonder if it works. But is expensive. you could achieve the same thing with some sticky labels / or a marker pen.

Chris B
28th June 2005, 05:39
you could achieve the same thing with some sticky labels / or a marker pen.

Or by accident. We have actually on a couple occasions bought new workstations at the office that came with a keyboard with no labels on the keys. Had I known I could sell them for 80$ I probably would have hung on to them instead of sending them back :)

Nowhere
28th June 2005, 06:08
Security measure? :p (same as setting Dvorak on normal keyboard btw...)

VJ
28th June 2005, 06:20
And as weird as it may sound: there are other manufacturers offering blank keyboards...
http://www.pfu.fujitsu.com/en/hhkeyboard/leaflet/photo.html#hhklite2

:confused:


Jörg

Dilitante1
28th June 2005, 06:47
now you can label the "any" key :p

VJ
28th June 2005, 07:06
I love this one:
http://web14.compaq.com/falco/detail.asp?FAQnum=FAQ2859

And especially because of the fact that they got it wrong!
According to their answer, I could press ctrl, alt, alt gr, .... :D


Jörg

Wulfman
28th June 2005, 07:17
I actually want to try one - not because of the missing inscriptions (who needs them anyway? ;)) but because of the different sensitivities of the keys (less push-down-force necessary for keys hit by the weaker fingers).

mfg
wulfman

Kooldino
29th June 2005, 06:25
Werd. If only it were a split keyboard with a built in wrist rest.

Man, the way it's shaped reminds me of my old '80s Tandy Enhanced Keyboard.

ZokesPro
29th June 2005, 11:40
I know a blind guy who would love this keyboard, so long as the little notches you can feel are still there.

Paddy
29th June 2005, 12:27
I love this one:
http://web14.compaq.com/falco/detail.asp?FAQnum=FAQ2859

And especially because of the fact that they got it wrong!
According to their answer, I could press ctrl, alt, alt gr, .... :D


Jörg
Now that would be any 'key's wouldn't it! :)

Wombat
29th June 2005, 15:13
I know a blind guy who would love this keyboard, so long as the little notches you can feel are still there.Why? He can't see the letters on his current keyboard :)

ZokesPro
29th June 2005, 18:17
Why? He can't see the letters on his current keyboard :)
Maybe it's cheaper without the keys painted? :p