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Thursday October 4, 2007 3:46 pm

DIY Keyboard For Carpenter Geeks

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Design, Peripherals, USB

Hacoa Keyboard

Hacoa, a Japanese company that makes wooden peripherals by hand, will soon be releasing a DIY USB keyboard kit. Announced at the recent CEATEC 2007, the Ki-Board DIY Kit is strictly for users who can use a saw and have assembly capability. We figure that since it takes the company an entire day to create one, they have decided to let us do all the work, and feel the pride while keeping Band-Aids in business. The kit will be available for JPY 34,800 (~$300.00.)


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