After releasing the concept, we initially were developing a keyboard with 103 black-and-white FSTN keys for 1,200 US$. Time has passed.
Here's what we will release in late November/early December 2007. Since we don't have any PR dept, there's no word 'revolutionary' in description.
It's a 114-key keyboard.
It has 10 extra keys on the left for all the controlling/monitoring functions.
Every key, including the space bar, has a display.
Each display is 32x32 pixels full-color OLED.
Each key is user-replaceable.
It's a mass-storage device, so you can edit and upload layouts into it.
It's intended for a wide range of professionals - from linguists to video editors.
It's called Optimus Maximus.
We'll start taking pre-orders later this month for a 1,490 US$.
I would like to thank everyone for the continuing support and belief in the project as well as for non-stop critique and scepticism.
Come and talk to us at CeBIT in Hannover (hall 19, stand E22).