The Ergodex DX1 Lets you Move the Keys for Ultimate Comfort

By: Rose Nazarali - Published: Jun 2, 2009   Updated: Apr 4 2011 • References: thinkgeek &
The Ergodex DX1 is a designer's dream. While keyboard functions may be hard when using designing software, this DIY keyboard lets you move the keys around to fit your specific needs.

The Ergodex DX1 has a flexible base and includes 25 keys that are programmable.

This DIY keyboard is also ideal for gamers and programmers.

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