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Happy Hacking Keyboard Coming to the Mac

Mat Lu
January 26, 2007
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Electronista is reporting that Fujitsu is bringing their Happy Hacking Keyboard to the Mac (with a Mac command key, etc.). Apparently something of a cult classic among certain PC users, Fujitsu is promoting these small USB keyboards for use with the Mac Mini. What makes the keyboard special is a driver that, according to electronista, allows "owners to visually reassign keys by dragging and dropping functions over the keyboard." They are available in Japan now, and will probably soon be heading stateside. Seriously, though, how can you not want a happy hacking keyboard?

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