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This New Wireless Keyboard is Designed to Feel Like an Antique Typewriter
It even comes in cute retro colors!
IMAGE Lofree
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Let the vintage typewriter nostalgia ensue: Thanks to the tech company Lofree, there's a new wireless keyboard that looks and feels like a typewriter, except updated for the 21st century. Inspired by the look and feel of antique typewriters, Lofree designed the round keys to physically push down—they even make that clackedy-clack typewriter sound!

With an array of retro colors that remind us of 1950s kitchen appliances (we love the seafoam blue one), these keyboards offer a classic look, but you can use them on any Mac, iOS, Windows or Android device. Not only are the keyboards wireless, they are also backlit, which makes typing on your devices at night even easier. 

Okay, so they might not fit into your vintage typewriter collection, but if you're seen using one of these cutesy keyboards, you'll definitely spark some envy among your antique-loving friends.

The keyboards are not yet available for sale, but you can sign up at lofree.co to be one of the first to purchase your very own.

From: Country Living

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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