Datamancer Ergo Built from an IBM M15 Ergonomic Split Keyboard



Datamancer Ergo Built from an IBM M15 Ergonomic Split Keyboard

Datamancer announced us about his new keyboard design posted on his website.
It looks unique, like all the other gadgets built by him, and the base model is a rare IBM M-15 ergonomic split keyboard.



Datamancer turned it into this cool Datamancer Ergo keyboard featuring violet LED lights, the acanthus-leaf pattern on the brass, and the soft burgundy wrist pad, which is easily removable for cleaning.
The integrated touchpad mouse located at the center of the keyboard, allows you to left-click and drag by tapping anywhere on its surface, or right-click by tapping in the top-right corner of the touchpad.




The overall design of the Datamancer Ergo based on the ergonomic split keyboard is impressive and combines the retro fashion inspired by the old typing machine buttons, with the modern technology.

In addition to this cool release, Datamancer made available his Archbishop Computer with Gothic artwork elements on eBay, where you can purchase it at a price of $7,000.

He promised also some new keyboard models before the holidays.

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