Luxeed Multi-color LED Keyboard

The Luxeed multicolor keyboard released last year has got its new 2009 update now. The incredibly colorful keyboard is powered by 430 colored LEDs, which can all be sequenced using the included Windows software.

The new Luxeed keyboard improves on the original Luxeed by adding multi-platform support like Mac and Linux. The Luxeed L5 also makes changes to the LED system to reduce ghosting. Plus they’ve added a firmware updater utility and improved the responsiveness of the keys.

The keyboards are only available in Korea yet, and are taking pre-orders for the L5 for $77.

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