December 16, 2008 Substantially more restrained than the Optimus Maximus, United Keys' entry into the OLED keyboard field tacks nine dynamic OLED keys onto the end of a regular desktop keyboard to add a dose of versatility and increase input efficiency.
The keyboard is designed to run with Windows XP and Vista, and comes with a one-year warranty. The unit is 6.75-inches high and 4-inches wide, with each monochromatic OLED button measuring 1x1-inch. Users can allocate several functions to each key and change between them as necessary – by switching to a certain configuration when you check your mail or game, simple and complex tasks can be completed with higher efficiency.
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The United Keys Keyboard costs USD$259.99, (or USD$199.99 for just the OLED board without the rest of the keyboard).
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