Despite all odds this keyboard is only $271. It is designed by Wazakura Koubou and it is pure gold.
I-Tech laser Keyboard
This keyboard is not a concept, it is quite real and you can buy it. It is a laser keyboard and it works like any other Bluetooth keyboard. Thanks to a direction technology based on an optical recognition mechanism, the laser keyboard interprets your hands and enables you to type on a projected keyboard that produces feedback tap sounds.
If you’re a scrabble player then you’ll simply love this scrabble keyboard designed by Richard Nagy. The keyboard is composed of actual scrabble pieces and extra pieces that he carved himself.
This weird sci-fi keyboard was made to help people with impaired movement of their hands and it works by permitting the roller to move to one of eight positions. If both hands are used, then all the characters needed are found.
This unusual keyboard was designed with portability in mind and it is completely sealed, the user being able to use it in rain or harsh weather.
Bendi Light Up Keyboard
It is waterproof and very easy to clean. It can be folded up entirely for easy transport.
The Cool Leaf-QWERTY
Thanks to its ingenious design, this keyboard is normally a mirror and when turned on it becomes a fully functional touch-based QWERTY keyboard. It was designed by Minebea Co Ltd in collaboration with Kazuo Kawasaki.
Logitech Dinovo Edge
This keyboard was crafted from one single piece of black Plexiglas placed inside of an aluminum frame. Its design includes a built-in mouse that uses TouchDis navigation, a touch-sensitive volume slider and has implemented a key system that will adhere to your typing so as to be completely silent.
This keyboard is practically a huge touchscreen with no specific keys and the fun part is that you can program in the size of each key and where they are placed. The options are limitless and this concept will hit the market sometime soon.
Hand-writing recognition keyboard
It allows you to type or to use handy handwriting recognition pad and write your notes out by hand.