Lamp Made Out of Keyboard Parts: Qwertylight

Nolan Herbut’s lamp design is made out of keyboards. He meticulously created the fixture by rearranging all of parts of keys that he found from unwanted keyboards and wrapping the whole thing up.

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Computer & Laptop Accessories We Want to Try

110910_rg_ComputerAccessoriesWeWant_01.jpgLike many Unplggd readers, shopping for computers and laptops does excite us a little bit. There are so many things to check out and research before finally deciding on what to get. If there’s one thing that you should never neglect, it’s getting the right accessories for your new computer or laptop. Here are a few that we’re dying to try out.

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The Two Computers, One Keyboard Workstation

We featured Ace’s workstation previously, and now he’s back with an update. His setup still mostly runs off his MacBook Pro, but he’s added some extra processing power. Read on to find out more.

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trulyergonomic keyboard claims to be a revolution

While I’ve been touch-typing for years, sometimes as fast as a secretary, I’ve never tried any of the so-called ergonomic keyboards out there. Supposedly they will make you type faster and reduce some of the stress on your wrists. TrulyErgonomic claims their new keyboard is “revolutionary” and “a major update to the computer keyboard.” Is it really? Only time will tell.

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Roundup: Top Five Alternative Keyboards

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Since the first computer was booted, we’ve been using keyboards to input data. For most of us, they remain the one and only way to input info quickly and reliably, but they haven’t changed much in their form factor. They still use little keys that we clack, clack, clack our way through the day. Well, keys may soon be obsolete…

A post I wrote for Unplggd. To read more…