Star Wars fans can now customize their own desktop keyboards to look like a computer terminal directly from the Death Star. Instead of selling a complete desktop replacement keyboard to loyal fans, Disney film Lucasfilm partnered with NovelKeys to create two different replacement keycaps that appeal to the loyal audience of the series. These key caps fit over the individual keys on your existing keyboard and come with a script for the official Aurebesh language of the Galactic Empire. This makes it a great gift for any loyal Star Wars fan.
If you are not familiar with your way Compared to a standard keyboard layout, this means that non-tippers need a little help from C-3PO to decrypt the keys and translate the keyboard into English. In addition to the Aurebesh characters, you'll also find a series of icon-based buttons from the series, such as a Return Lightsaber and Dark Page icons, including Darth Vader's helmet. Unlike other Star Wars replacement keyboards in the past, this keyboard is an official collaboration with NovelKeys. This means that the replacement keycap sets are not cheap. The price of the keycaps is $ 250. Users are expected to provide their own keyboard. C-3PO is also not included for translation purposes. However, if you are not yet familiar with the official Aurebesh language of the Empire, NovelKeys offers a second variant of the English alphabet keyboard to make typing a little easier. That way, at least you know which key to press. Regardless of whether you order the full Aurebesh keycap set or English-based keyboards, both kits come with eight unique novelty keycaps "to show your loyalty to the Empire."
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