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The Happy Hacker keyboards aren't new—they've been around for a few years—but these new Professional models have my favorite feature of the product line: no silk-screening on the keys. I once tried sanding the tops of my IBM folded-spring key caps off, but ended up giving up after spending 30 minutes on ESC. You can get Happy Hackers from a variety of smaller shops online, but the blank key version is upwards of $250 in some places—I think I'll just find some more sandpaper and jonesing gutter punk.

Happy Hacking Keyboard Professional [SorobanGeeks]