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Wednesday, 07 March 2007 15:46

Optimus keyboard renamed

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Picture of a working model


Art.Lebedev's
Optimus-103 which we mentioned here, will not be called 103. As we know in the process of moving, adding, removing and reshuffling keys on Optimus they come up with a new name, which will be announced on the first day of CeBit.

Also a picture come up, which should be the working model that will be shown on CeBit. As we know keys are pretty big about 2x2 cm, and they raised a surface on every key to have usual 4 mm distance between keys tops, because the surface has to be flat so there are no optical distortions.

 

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We will have to wait for CeBit to see what did guys from Art.Lebedev come up with.

 

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