Cherry launches Linux keyboard

Posted on Tuesday, August 24 2004 @ 21:41 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Keyboard manufacturer Cherry has announced a specially designed Linux keyboard that will be available in the UK, Ireland and Germany later this year.

The Cherry CyMotion Master Linux keyboard has the Linux penguin logo, Tux, instead of the Windows start key and features 29 hot keys. The hot keys are configured for the Linux operating system and desktop applications, simplifying actions such as cutting, copying and pasting text, and moving between Web pages.

Read more at Zdnet

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Re: Cherry launches Linux keyboard
by Anonymous on Sunday, December 12 2004 @ 6:27 CET
It's shipping in the USA now at