Produced by the Art Lebedev Studio in Moscow the Optimus OLED keyboard is so simple, yet demonstrates such common sense, I can’t believe no one has done it before (cue many readers telling me someone has). The concept is thus: every key features an inbuilt colour OLED. That’s right, no more memorizing every button in Word/Photoshop, Half Life 2 or even foreign alphabets, the keys themselves change to illustrate what is what.

Even smarter is the fact that these buttons are customizable. Images and words can be uploaded to each button and a different action assigned to it. Want to label the button “Reload” or “Jump” instead of testing the old grey matter, no problemo. Don’t like certain keys being in certain positions, swap them round.

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