- Each key has it's own LCD screen.
- The editor lets you do many things with the keys, such as link them to macro's or have them display a animated image or such.
- You can change languages at the push of a button.
- Each key appears to be removable, thus if one screen breaks, you just need to replace that key.
- SD - Card attachment
However I do have to say kudos to the option to replace keys individually. I mean a product like this would be a great waste if one had to replace the whole thing because one key was broken.
This product right now are for the early adaptors in a product life cycle, I would not even rate this for the Trend Setters yet. However if you still think this is a cool keyboard, but don't want to shell out the cash, you can always get the three button edition.
ThinkGeek :: Optimus Maximus Keyboard :: Zoom!