A new type of keyboard which uses programmable screens instead of standard keys will be out by Christmas.
The Optimus keyboard uses tiny organic light-emitting diodes in place of keys, allowing the keyboard to be programmed for any language and any configuration.
The keys display at 96 by p6 resolution and can display animations as well and static characters. Function keys can also be assigned.
Pricing has not yet been announced but is thought to be around the £400 mark. The device will be operating system independent.
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