Last month I mentioned a Commodore-64 designed out of Lego.
it was just a design,
but now it actually exists!
There are two keyboards—one where a real Commodore-64 keyboard has the keycaps swapped out for Lego keycaps,
and the second keyboard is a fully mechanical Lego design.
I think it would be possible to use the pure Lego keyboard on a real computer,
but it would probably require a custom PCB to handle the different mechanical action.
it's a perfect fit though.
does it have that sweet clicky sound of a mechanical keyboard.
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