The Working Lego Keyboard Is Here

Jason Allemann finishes building the first working LEGO keyboard using the membrane from a curved Microsft Natural Keyboard.

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Re-wind back to 2005 where Lego enthusast Jason Allemann attempted to build the first working keyboard made out of Lego – well now in 2014 the task has finally been completed.

With a few colouful substitutions from the traditional keyboard, the Num Lock, Caps Lock, and Scroll Lock LEDs light up and all the keys work – very impressive!

Made from a standard generic keyboard, each LEGO key has no custom printing and comes from different collections including Lego Harry Potter.

Much brighter, great fun and easy to use this is an epic piece of Lego-awesommeness. Would you work with one of these? Our answer is simply heck yes!

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