What is even more interesting is that the configurator for the device will initially support Windows and Mac OS X, and will also eventually support Linux as well, making it an interesting device for just about every desktop platform. It is a USB device that works in 1.1 and 2.0 controllers, and is expected to retail for around $100. A bit steep for three-key input, but the novelty is quite nice.
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