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Glass Keyboard Futuristic “no-key” keyboard concept designed by Kong Fanwen

Keyless Glass QWERTY Keyboards - Keyboards with actual keys are so last decade. All the hip gadgets have already eliminated physical keys (iPhone, Surface.), and even upcoming no.

Fancy - Touchjet Pond Touchscreen Projector

The Touchjet Pond gives you all the functionality of a projector and that of a tablet. CPU/ARM DUAL NAND Flash Internal SD card Optical touch sensor Weight: 268 gram ounces) BUY NOW

Now this is my version of the chair I would design if I actually would get to it. The keyboard pad would be split in two, on each side with an Apple track pad. Stereo on board, also.

the compulsive Internet surfer’s dream, the Surf Chair Workstation, an elegant ergonomic solution to the problem of where your computer goes when you’ve got your feet up!

Pretty Cool Leaf Keyboard from Picsity.com

If you like typing on a touchscreen, you're going to love this thin Minebea Cool Leaf Keyboard. Strangely enough, even though the keyboard itself is one large touchscreen, it do.

The McIntosh 50th Anniversary MC275 Tube Amplifier ($6,500). Sporting a gold-toned chassis, this limited edition MC275 merges the classic 1961 tube circuit design of the original with modern niceties like a multi-colored LED display, a High Speed Sentry Monitor circuit to automatically turn the amp off should a tube wear out, and Power Control input and output. Coming to an impressive hi-fi setup near you — complete with commemorative book and packaging.

To celebrate their anniversary McIntosh has launched a special anniversary edition tube power amplifier in the form of the new new golden anniversary Limited edition McIntosh tube amplifier