- Optimus keyboard
The Optimus-103 Keyboard is a concept for a prototype computer keyboard from the Art. Lebedev Studio, headed by Artemy Lebedev. On each of its keys is a display which can dynamically change to adapt to the keyboard layout in use or to show the function of the key. On October 16, 2006, the company announced that one of their full-sized keyboard (a.k.a. Optimus-103) will not use OLED screens for the keyboard as previously advertised.
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- ThinkGeek :: DX1 Input System
The Ultimate Customizable Keyboard Keyboards are great, but for the hardcore gamer, they are far from perfect. Just think about how many times you’ve dreamed about moving the keys to fit your hand, or to make a key execute a string of commands. The DX1 Input System was built with you in mind. Simply put, all you do is stick the keys where you want and then tell the DX1 what you want each key to do. It can be one command, it can be a string of commands - you now have the freedom to configure your ideal keyboard.
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- Window Managers for X an introduction by Matt Chapman
Welcome to my guide to window managers and desktop environments for The X Window System, as used mainly by Linux and UNIX operating systems. Here you will find descriptions, screenshots and configuration files for all popular window managers, along with related resources, including a news and discussion area. Simply click on the appropriate links on the left, or below.
A guide to window managers and desktops for the X Window System and Linux/UNIX
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