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Lego mechanical keyboard is an awesome way to brick your Mac


Lego keyboard
Yes, it actually works.
Photo: JK Brickworks

If you love Legos and the clicky feeling of using a mechanical keyboard then prepare to meet the keyboard of your dreams.

Lego master builder Jason Allemann revealed his latest creation today that transforms an old school mechanical keyboard into a fully customizable Lego creation. The Lego keyboard uses a Cooler Master Quick Fire Rapid keyboard as a base and replaces the frame and keys using 3D printed Cherry MX Lego compatible keycaps.

Take a closer look:

There are so many clever little details on the keyboard. From the frog as the right Alt button, or how you can switch the arrows onto the W, A, S, and D keys for a gaming mode.

Allemann dished all the details on the build on his blog. You can even order a pack of 20 caps that can convert your old keyboard keys into Lego friendly building blocks.

Via: Gizmodo


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