Hacoa Keyboard Is Wood of Your Own Making

As Giz readers know, a Japanese lacquerware company currently builds $435 wooden computer keyboards, ones that Jesus compared to the unit of the mighty Gandalf himself. Demand, as you might imagine, now exceeds supply. So now manufacturer Hacoa is introducing a do-it-yourself alternative called Ki-Board DIY Kit. » 10/04/07 9:11am 10/04/07 9:11am

Wood Keyboard and USB Gadgets Give Gizmodo Writer Excuse to Declare:…

I don't know if I like these wood-made peripherals by Marubeni Infotec or not. I mean, take this beautiful keyboard: I love the clean lines, the nice texture and the great clickity-clack sound it must make. On the other hand, my tree-hugging commie hippie side wonders if we really need the extremely resource-consuming… » 6/08/07 7:03am 6/08/07 7:03am