I've used an English language keyboard for years, mainly because it's the only layout I feel comfortable with. Though it's not my preference, I've forced myself to just grit my teeth and make the best of a bad situation. I've long desired a keyboard for a language I'm more comfortable with, and finally, that prayer has been answered. I present to you - the Klingon keyboard.
The keyboard pretty much does what you'd expect - it looks just like the keyboard you use every day, except the English letters are replaced with Klingon characters. The keyboard makes an usual decision, though, opting to make use of a PS/2 connector instead of USB, which could affect its adoption rate. When you're already marketing to a really tiny niche market, that's not wise.
You can pick up the Klingon keyboard over at Cherry Keyboards. It'll cost you around $64, but if you're a hardcore Trekkie, it's probably a price worth paying.
[via Boing Boing Gadgets]