MacBook Keyboard Gutted to Support Dvorak Layout

A crafty MacBook owner has gone through the tedious act of switching his MacBook's QWERTY keyboard for the Dvorak layout. The Dvorak layout (named after Dr. August Dvorak, not that Dvorak) was created to let people type faster. It places the most common used letters in the middle row and the least used keys on the bottom row. Getting your Mac to recognize the Dvorak layout is a simple matter of tweaking the input settings in your system preferences and from the looks of the photo gallery, getting your keyboard set up isn't that much harder.

sjwalsh384's Photos [via New Launches]