Keyboards

The Neuro Logic RFT-2L19 – the perfect dual monitor solution for any rackmount server

The Neuro Logic RFT-2L19 – the perfect dual monitor solution for any rackmount server

How many screens is too many? It's a trick question of course, as you can never have too many displays. You see a lot of setups that include side-by-side monitors. That's my personal favorite, as I  like my two screens side-by-side. However, for those of you with limited space and would like a vertical solution, you should check out what Neuro Logic Systems has to offer.

Optimus Maximus finds new hardware supplier with better screens

Optimus Maximus finds new hardware supplier with better screens

What's that, good news coming from the guys and gals over at Art Lebedev Studios?  Sometimes it feels like you're tempting fate just mentioning the Optimus keyboard; much like in Peter Pan where just saying "I don't believe in fairies" kills one of the little flutterers, any positive mention of the keyboard-of-screens results in a dead OLED supplier. 

Optimus, wherefore art thou?

Optimus, wherefore art thou?

It's a roller-coaster world, the crazy keyboard business.  Who would've thought it could be so topsy-turvy; thank sweet Nancy Reagan for Art Lebedev and his Optimus project, as close to a soap opera in tech-land as you can get.  It turns out that, after a modicum of positive press at the news that they'd finally decided on an OLED supplier, key layout and rough delivery timetable, now their supplier "has some serious financial troubles" and they're back to searching the back streets and alleyways for an alternative.

Still, you get nowhere in this world without being gung-ho, and so they're carrying on making the keyboard chassis while a crack team of OLED-scouts trawls for fresh supplies.  Estimated delivery has, inevitably, fallen to December, though I wouldn't organise your life around that if I were you.

Bad News and Good News [Optimus Project]

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