Obviously inspired by “Off White” design elements, the Mojo68 is a plastic cased keyboard with all your basic “keyboard guy” features. I’ve never fondled one, but the reputation is solid.
Keychron, well known makers of decent mechanical keyboards, is offering their first mouse. Basically, it uses cheap plastics to keep the weight and costs down, but high end sensors to keep the motions accurate and fast. In fact, I think this is the cheapest mouse on the market that uses the 3395 optical sensor.
Good for gaming or productivity really…
The Lumina is a height adjustable desk with a built in OLED screen capable of running things like Google Calendar, the weather, etc… And it’s pretty smartly designed. The one main drawback that will lead to its failure? The screen is not touch enabled – forcing the user to use a mouse and keyboard for interaction. Ohh… that and it’s probably going to be very expensive.
Basically, this a great idea… but, in my opinion, this is a great idea that you should used for inspiration to build your own using a Raspberry Pi and a touch screen.
After a post from last week, I was emailed lots of questions about Racing Sims and where to get acquainted. I would suggest watching some YouTube videos to get an idea of what you are in for… From what I understand, it can get very expensive… But from what little experience I have, I can tell you that it is crazy immersive and about as close as you can get to the real thing without risking health.
Anyway, I recommend two channels: