All of us love a little bit of wooden, however would you pay $745 for keyboard made out of the stuff? We provide the Hacoa Full Ki-Board (through HotHardware), a low-profile mechanical keyboard that is made solely from hardwood.

At the least, the complete chassis, all of the keys and the elective palm relaxation are. The worth? A piffling 99,000 yen, or about $745 in previous cash. 

Initially provided in both walnut or cherry hardwoods, the keys are carved from a single block of wooden, making certain that the colour and grain match and prolong throughout the total format. Good.

Talking of the keys, the caps are laser-etched for long-term sturdiness. As for the mechanics, you get “blue axis” clicky switches with a key stroke of 3mm, an actuation pressure of 45g and an actuation level of 1.2mm.

Inside, there is a 1,000mAh battery with 240 hours run time and a charging time of two hours. Wi-fi connectivity comes within the type of Bluetooth 5.0 with a spread of roughly eight meters.

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There is a USB-C port for charging, however precise connectivity is solely via the wi-fi interface. For the document, it is a full QWERTY plus numberpad keyboard utilizing a US English format. Oh and the wooden palm relaxation is an additional $85. Ouch.

There may be one slight disappointment for these into oiling their wooden. The board is roofed painted in a urethane protecting coat, so there isn’t any want for normal upkeep. Pity.

Even at $745, the board appears to be one thing of successful because it’s at the moment listed as bought out. However the Hacoa web site says they do provide worldwide transport. So, if you happen to’re you possibly can signal as much as be notified when it is again in inventory.