Lots of places have linked it already, but here’s “Elecom’s product page”:http://www2.elecom.co.jp/peripheral/full-keyboard/tk-u09fg/index.asp
Sounds interesting, but I won’t be trying it until they release a US-layout version. Also, what happens when something gets stuck in the gear? And what kind of resistance curve do these things give you?
The claim is that you can hit any part of the key, and it will always depress perpedicularly, leading to fewer typing errors. But how many times does that happen in practice? I feel like the IBM thinkpad keyboard I’m typing on right now is already pretty good in this regard.

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