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Magnetic levitation keyboards have been around for a while, but they've never really taken off, or floated our boats, or attracted much atten... Anyway, a Taiwanese manufacturer called Darfon is persevering with the idea, and it's discovered that maglev keys, which rest on opposing magnets instead

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June 6, 2014 at 12:29PM
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There are literally thousands of wacky gadget variations floating around Computex, but one that's caught the eye of our Chinese counterparts is this snazzy DarFon keyboard. As you can tell by the picture above, the keys sport some luminous qualities, and the board is constructed from lacquered meta

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Computex is over but we couldn't just walk away without giving you a peep at this Bluetooth keypad from Darfon. The idea here is simple yet blissfully absurd: wear the device as a lanyard to dial calls while your cellphone remains tucked away in your man-bag or she-sack. We're apparently supposed t

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