"Key" with backlight

    Miniaturization of mobile devices, in my opinion, is a formless disgrace. And if some of them (say, players or GPS-navigators) reduce the size is beneficial, then the input devices for portable gadgets too global "compacting" only harms. A mouse the size of a half-pack of cigarettes or UMPS, which fits in the palm of your hand, is evil.

    But, if the stars are lit, then someone needs it. It may well be that the Wireless Illuminated Super Tiny Keyboard , which recently appeared on the shelves of the Brando online store, will find its buyer.

    This miniature "key" is 170x81x15 mm in size and weighs 138 grams with 56 keys, working wirelessly (at 2.4 GHz) at a distance of 10 meters from the USB receiver (included). It is powered by the Wireless Illuminated Super Tiny Keyboard from two AAA batteries. The main thing is that it glows. Nice little blue backlighting of keys is what you need to work in the dark.

    The Wireless Illuminated Super Tiny Keyboard costs $ 47. It’s just possible to type text normally on this keyboard - that’s another question.

    via engadget

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