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    Eluminx Illuminated Keyboard

    Looks cool.

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    that could be useful for being in the car at night...but for $100, i would rather turn the domelight on...when im stopped of course...

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    yeah neat board but not so neat price
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    Why not build it yourself ?
    In the shops I saw many keyboards with transparent keys so just a LED or under each one or Fiberwire or such - I know it's mcuh work but its cheaper than 100$ . EL foil should also work for some because of transparent contact layout .

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    Its freakin' huge!

    over 16inches wide. That's way to big for my tastes for a car keyboard. Maybe if they made a mini version....
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    Ive seen web sites where people put EL wire underneath all the keys on a keyboard, so that they glow from behind. it can be done with any keyboard, although there needs to be enough space for the EL-wire, so im not sure if a thin keyboard, like a laptops would work very well.

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