Transcendent Keyboard spices up your computing life
When it comes to the kind of computer keyboard that you use, it can be a very personal issue. After all, the monitor, mouse and keyboard are three separate peripherals that most of us use on a regular basis, spending long hours with them in the process. Having said that, gamers have plenty of keyboards to choose from, among them include the Corsair Vengeance K70. However, if you are a regular computer user who would like a neat typing instrument, what are your options? Take the glamorous route with the $2,000 Transcendent Keyboard – yes sir, it costs two grand, but read on to find out what it is capable of.
The Transcendent Keyboard is one unique peripheral where all keys on this keyboard happens to be a 72 x 72 pixel display that shows any image or icon for personalizing shortcuts and keyboard commands. There is also an LCD within the keyboard that will convert all 77 keys into 1/2″ x 1/2″ displays which will be able to render up to 262,144 colors. The included software then, for instance, enables one to assign an image of your favorite golfer to the key that controls a golf swing in a game, or perhaps an image of Einstein for a key that launches an oft-used custom Excel macro. Thanks to this software, the keyboard layouts will be different when you surf the web, work, and get some rest time playing games. It will be compatible with Windows XP or higher; Mac OS X 10.8 or higher, and loves being plugged into a USB port.