infinitevalence wrote:my guess is that they will also have a feature where the keys turn off when not in use. kinda like letting the screen on your pc turn off. why keep it on if its not in use.
audiophile wrote:so, i was thinking about it and i actually changed my mind on this keyboard.... i don't think it's all that awesome. why?
how the hell do you pop the keys off to clean your keyboard?
audiophile wrote:yeah, i take all the keys off, grab some q-tips and some rubbing alcohol or some kind of astringent and clean off the keys and keyboard. after i'm done, it feels like new, again
wraith wrote:You must also keep in mind the cost and abyssmal life-span of OLEDs at the moment. Blue OLED-elements now have a life time of no more than 10,000 hours. Do the math. That's not much if you leave your computer on for more than a few hours each day. Also, I don't even want to think how much more than 100 custom sized OLED screens will cost in manufacture but I guess that $300.- for the keyboard is illusory.
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