We don’t often review products from Kickstar or other somewhat vague devices. However, for the two keyboards we’re looking at in this review, we’d like to make an exception. One is a keyboard fit for the popular Lego bricks and appears to be made in part from them, and the other is a discreetly developed keyboard dressed in NASA clothes.
With the second keyboard we have to say something right away; It’s not the keyboard we wanted and it’s not the keyboard you might get. Firstly, this is a pre-production model and secondly, the color and material are not what we agreed with the manufacturer. But… with your eyes closed, you have a keyboard that at least pretty much makes up for the second aspect.
We were excited to take a closer look at the “Lego Keyboard” because, well, it’s lego. It’s actually pure heresy, but secretly, somewhere between the buttons and the recesses, there is also a real and dangerous keyboard. Of course Lego keyboard is not allowed with this name, so the manufacturer Melgeek calls it Pixel. You can already use this keyboard A book for $199, but the final retail price will be $250. “NASA keyboard”, and lunar 01cost During Kickstarter About 160 euros, but it will cost about 280 euros in normal sales.
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