An Officially Licensed Star Wars Aurebesh Language Keyboard Keycap Set

December 7, 2018

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This is the officially licensed Star Wars Galactic Empire DSA Keycap Set (no keyboard included). Each PBT dye-sublimated keycap features the Aurebesh language, one of the most used languages in the galaxy. The 157-key set (including '8 unique novelty keycaps to show your loyalty to the Empire') comes in two varieties: pure Aurebesh, or Aurebesh with small english sublegends in upper right corner of each key. Unfortunately for the person looking for the perfect Christmas gift for the Star Wars fan in their life who already has absolutely everything else, they're currently only available for pre-order, and won't ship until March or April. And even more unfortunately for everyone who isn't filthy rich, each set costs a staggering $250. *spit-takes lemonade* $250?! If I had $250 to spend on a set of keycaps I wouldn't have a purpose for a keyboard, I'd just yell to my butler to write all my emails for me. And I certainly wouldn't have to pretending this margarita is just lemonade.

Keep going for several more shots.

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Thanks to Christopher C, who agrees there's no greater joy than breaking a keyboard over your knee and quitting a job you hate.

  • The_Wretched

    About as real as anything else starwars. No font designer who cared about real life applications would use such an icon set. then again, they gave R2D2 and a whole class of droids an impossible to understand set of bloops and bleeps to communicate with. Even Alexa and Siri have a full set of code to spoken word translations. It's like they intentionally wanted disabled servants.

  • Bling Nye

    I'd actually consider getting this since I'm a fucking nerd. Plus, not actually having to look at the keyboard to type means you can have something like this and know it will significantly cut down on other people using your computer.

  • Seems practical...
    ;-)

  • Douchy McDouche

    Great present for your dyslexic friend.

  • Jenness

    This is useless. Can anyone explain what is the point - you won't be typing in it, you still have to send all those pointless work emails in an Earth language.

  • Nicholas Conrad

    I imagine the ven diagram of touch typists and starwars fan boys has more overlap than average.

  • Bling Nye
  • Beard

    Wesk Osk Wesk !

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