The aesthetics of the modern keyboard reminds me of the U.S. car industry several years ago: uninspired.
Enter the Orée wooden keyboard, nearly made in full out of Mother Nature's greatest asset. French entrepreneur Julien Salanave came up with Orée and works in collaboration with a small design team in southern France to produce the wooden Bluetooth 3.0 wireless keyboard.
And to address my previous point -- I'm not trying to insult the aging input device, which, most certainly evolved greatly in function and form over the decades (just take a look at any gaming keyboard or Apple's svelte wireless version), but maybe we should think twice before confining our fingers to plastic buttons.
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