Sonder keyboard

Sonder: a customizable keyboard with e-ink keys

Remember the Optimus, right? A keyboard with a screen for each key, thus allowing for full customization, changing layout, displaying icons, and so on. But in the end, it never got out. Only ever-delayed.

The concurrence may finally be out: an Australian company answers to the Russian concept with something similar, using e-Ink instead of more traditional screens.

Some shortcut configurations on a Sonder keyboard
Some shortcut configurations on a Sonder keyboard

Backlit, customizable, … Just fine…

I wanted an adapter in order to use always the same keyboard (thought of a Das Keyboard or a Code keyboard when they make them as AZERTY), but this could be an alternative solution too.

(via Clubic [FR])

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Cyrille Chopelet

Programming addict, UX philosopher, casual gamer, sci-fi enthusiast, hi-tech dilettante, ... Some people even call me a geek.

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