One Of The Most Expensive Keyboards…

Right now, there are numerous different keyboards on the gaming market. Through the last few years, they have also improved, along with gaming and technology in general. When you go to the store for a new gaming set, you’ll have the hardest time of your life when choosing what to add to your line up.

If you are not using it for gaming but for work and daily life in general, then you’ll definitely love the keyboard that I am about to present. It is slightly expensive but will definitely appeal to you if you are 20+ years because if you are not, you’ll most likely not get the point of its whole creation.

What’s this keyboard?

It is a keyboard that’s different from the others but in good terms. Qwerkywriter features vintage-inspired round typewriter keycaps. With its retro surface and touch-type support, it’s the both ergonomic and beautiful. It took many iterations in both the digital and physical domain to bring this balance of style and function. The automotive strength chrome accent is extremely durable while maintaining the highest shine and the sound it makes when you click one of the buttons is throwing you back into your childhood.

What’s different aside from the looks?

It’s not just the looks what appealing about this keyboard, but the level of convenience as well. There are different ports on the back that you can use for the wired connection, and as it is specially designed for tablets, you can use the stand to accommodate tablets up to 10 inches wide and 1/2 inch thick. iPads, Samsung devices, Surface 3, and more are all supported.

On the left side, you’ll find a really comfortable knob that gently rotates. This know could be used as a scrolling button, which adds to the overall comfort of the keyboard. Using this “Qwerkywriter” means that your hands will be focused always on the keyboard and you won’t have to distract yourself. That’s why this retro-inspired keyboard is perfect for work, not just for “hipster” looks.

If you’ve never experienced mechanical keyboards, the Qwerkywriter is the way to go! Furthermore, the Qwerkywriter is chassis is entirely metal from top to bottom, giving that look and feel you just don’t get these days. It screams quality!Return Bar functions as an ENTER key by default. But it’s also programmable, remembering up to 5 characters. Simply hold FN+Return Bar to record up to 5 characters. Now we’re talking about multitasking and convenience!The bad thing is that this keyboard will cost you $300, which is a bit of expensive for a keyboard. Yes, it is different and great in its own way, but it is expensive for sure… However, I’d love to get my hands on it!