Turn your keyboard into a disco
Each key can be programmed with custom lights, colors
Now this is what we call a multi-colored keyboard. Other manufacturers have attempted to bring color to our fingertips, but the "Luxeed" from South Korea's Luxiium Lighting and Technology takes the concept to an entirely new level.
The ever-vigilant Chip Chick reports that each key can be personalized with one of 512 colors, "be it a single hue, a spectrum rainbow or your very own creation" downloaded from the company's Web site. The colors can even be programmed to change with the beat of your music, turning your desktop into a mini-disco. Brilliant!
We suspect that certain fellow Cravers will be particularly appreciative of this invention, as they can use it while re-creating theof their misspent youth. (Raver Cravers?)