As the title mentions the Art Lebedev’s Optimus Maximus keyboard, with its 133 tiny OLED display keys, is finally available to the general public (or more likely, photo-shopping enthusiasts) on ThinkGeek.com. The keyboard was only previously available through a limited pre-ordered list at the Lebedev website. Each key can be individually programmed to display different tasks, like playing tiny movies, HTML codes, or your favorite websites.
But don’t think that just because its now available to the public it’s gotten cheaper. At $1,600, it costs more than a few iPhones, most quality laptops, and even a couple of Jimmy Choo Shoes. Well, actually maybe not the Jimmy Choo shoes. Sources say that it will take more than a few hours to get the keyboard working. Coders and visual artists, however, are sure to love it.