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Amazing Keyboards – Richard Nagy builds amazing “steampunk” style custom keyboards, and if you have a spare $800 or $1000 laying around, he’ll build one for you too. The price seems exorbitant at first, but once you see these creations and ponder what goes into them […]

ScreenshotAmazing Keyboards – Richard Nagy builds amazing “steampunk” style custom keyboards, and if you have a spare $800 or $1000 laying around, he’ll build one for you too. The price seems exorbitant at first, but once you see these creations and ponder what goes into them in terms of materials and labor it’s not out of line. Antiqued brass and copper, old typewriter keys, custom accents…the end result is spectacular.

Not for everyone, surely, but if you find yourself searching for a gift for the web worker who has everything, one of these would be a practically unique way to go. Gorgeous work.

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  1. Perhaps not the best day to be promoting S3 as a reliable host… ;)

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