The Keyless Lifebook from Laura Lahti Lets You Customize Your Keys

By: Michael Hines - Published: May 16, 2011 • References: dvice
The 'FUJITSU design award: a life with future computing' is the gift that keeps on giving if you consider yourself a fan of conceptual computers. For those who are, the Keyless Lifebook from Laura Lahti is one of the competition's most kickass designs (there are many) as it has a touch keyboard that can be customized at the drop of a hat.

The keyboard of the Keyless Lifebook can be changed to display keys in different languages, to be more ergonomic and even to cater to lefties. The keyboard can instantly be wiped away using what looks to be a magic erase whenever you grow tired of your current setting. If you love typing on your touchscreen then this is definitely one concept computer you don't want to miss. Check it out here. Stats for Eraseable Laptop Keyboards Trending: Older & Average
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