Lamptron introduced a new keyboard known as the Mitten which targets the gaming crowd at the recently concluded CeBIT in Hanover, Germany. Once connected to the computer via USB, the Mitten’s keys will light up in a cool shade of blue, offering all the essential buttons required which are centered around the staple WASD format. One problem with using this keyboard would be the inability for you to type coherent messages to other players in the server since it lacks three other vowels and just about 80 other keys. Somehow, I think the rather ‘soft’ nature of the name will turn people off since gamers are more often than not a masculine and testosterone-laden bunch. Has anyone noticed that the ‘V’ key has been replaced by ‘B’ in the order of things? I wonder what is the rationale behind that.
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