Most Expensive Computer Keyboards in the World
1. Happy Hacking Keyboard HP Japan, PFU Ltd 525,000 JPY
PFU Ltd of Ishikawa, Japan, an affiliate of Fujitsu, is producing the Happy Hacking Keyboard Professional HP Japan, a made-to-order with handcoated keyboard Urushi lacquer. This keyboard is coated many times using a special brush made from the hairs of virgins, and then powdered with gold dust! The price of the computer keyboard is ¥ 525,000 or about US $ 4,440.
2. The 2000-IS-DT, 2000-IS-PM Stealth Computer $ 2,200.00
Want to fight with your keyboard? Stealth Computer makes devices to reduce risk of failure in hazardous areas, the 2000-IS-DT & 2000-IS-PM come enclosed non-corrosive stainless steel with optical isolated barrier ensuring NEMA (National Electrical Manufacturers Association) 4X protection. What other keyboard has a temperature range of-40F to 194 F (-40C to 90 C)? Stealth makes many other expensive steel NEMA keyboards, but this one looks like the most expensive.
3. TouchStream LP, Fingerworks $ 1,500
These mystical keyboards originally retailed for $ 340 but since FingerWorks been purchased and no longer produces keyboards, TouchStream LPs in great condition have started selling at inflated prices are fantastic. You can search on eBay if you do not mind spending your money on computer accessories.
4. Executive Keyboard, Maltron £ 550.00
Ergonomic keyboard produces Maltron they want to reduce the pressure on the fingers, wrists, and forearms when typing. This is one of their newer models made with Perspex, Stainless-Steel and Polycarbonate key.
5. Dual Handed Ergonomic 3D, Maltron £ 375.00, £ 435.00
Get Maltron Qwerty keyboard, Maltron or Dvorak layouts! There are also US English, UK English, French, German, Norwegian / Norsk and Swedish. Italics in, the key to match the movement of fingers and keys for the longer fingers are hidden. Getting a trackball on your crazy 3d keyboard will cost you an extra £ 65.
6. Professional II ™, Datahand $ 675.00
What if the keyboard can be adjusted to fit the size and shape of each person's hands? We have Datahand! The unique finger and thumb switches change the different typing modes.
7. Keyless Ergonomic Keyboard, orbiTouch $ 399.00
OrbiTouch Keyless ergonomic Keyboard creates a keystroke when you slide the two domes into one of their eight respective positions. You type the different characters by sliding the domes to create letters and numbers. OrbiTouch Keyless ergonomic Keyboard also has an integrated mouse, so moving the domes gives you full mouse and keyboard capability comfortably.