Japanese Drip-Proof Keyboard

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Japan really loves their waterproof gadgets, and it shows yet again with this Sigma APO waterproof keyboard.

The WRKB108 is a 108-key keyboard that has five drain-holes to evacuate any water inadvertently sploshed onto its surface. The keys are "silent", so as to not wake the wife when you're busy playing slip-n-slide with this in your home office. Three extra keys—WWW, Search, and Email—makes it Web 3.0-ready.

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Pick one up for 2,980 Yen ($25) from Nippon.

Sigma APO [via Far East Gizmos]

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StarChaser Tyger

Behind the times. The legendary IBM Model M had drainholes 20 years ago...and no useless extra keys.