The Opulent Datamancer New Yorker Art Deco Keyboard

By: Renee Ramsarran - Published: Mar 1, 2011 • References: & luxurylaunches
If you're looking for a one-of-a-kind standout computer peripheral that is far from your average ergonomic design, take a look at the fascinating Datamancer New Yorker Art Deco Keyboard. This keyboard was inspired by the Chrysler Building that stands in Manhattan. The iconic skyscraper's architecture includes stunning marble floors, stylish elevators, extravagant gargoyles and Art Deco spire.

The keys on the Datamancer New Yorker Art Deco Keyboard look like classic elevator buttons found in the office building. Its case is made from aluminum and polished brass, adding to its exorbitance and durability. Priced at $2,800, this is definitely one of the most luxurious computer accessories I have ever come across. It would suit a sleek and retro-inspired office space, but should also be viewed as an intricate piece of art. Stats for $2,800 Peripherals Trending: Older & Warm
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