5 Keyboards That Have Been Beaten With the Ugly Stick
I've used a number of keyboards in my lifetime, and they all seem to have their ups and downs. And when it comes to technology, I usually believe that functionality should precede aesthetic appeal, but I've since changed my mind after laying my eyes on these eyesores.
Here are 5 keyboards that could scare you away:
Ugly Keyboard #5: Das Keyboard
Did you ever wonder what it would be like to be blind? Well wonder no more, here's an enhanced 104 key USB keyboard that sports blank keys. Imagine the number of typo's one could make! The Das keyboard retails at $129.00
Ugly Keyboard #4: Hello Kitty Keyboard
Here is one cat that should never have been let out of the bag, the Sanrio Hello Kitty keyboard .
This "too pink for comfort" keyboard features hot keys for connecting to the web, receiving emails, playing/stopping/changing music, and changing volume. It retails at around $50.00.
Ugly Keyboard #3: Luxeed Keyboard
If you loved the 60's , this is the keyboard for you. With its psychedelic light emitting keys and ability to light up and dim to the beat of music that surounds it, the Luxeed keyboard is a tacky peripheral that's only missing an afro. Watch it in action here . It retails for $127.00
Ugly Keyoard # 2: Hacoa Keyboard
Crafty and geeky, this wooden Hacoa DIY keyboard comes with its very own saw (no bandages included). At a retail price of $300.00 though, I would recommend gluing scrabble tiles to your keyboard instead.
Ugly Keyboard #1: KARA-KUSA Keyboard
This KARA-KUSA keyboard is guaranteed to make your head spin from nothing less than pure exhaustion in trying to decipher the letters and numbers on the keys.
If the forest green spiral design doesn't make you dizzy, the cost of $155.95 probably will.
Well, what do you think of these keyboards? Are there any that you know of that are uglier than these?