HACOA has announced their do it yourself wooden keyboard is shipping, and at a measly $300. It comes with everything you see in the picture, including the little saw so you can get the keys apart. For $300 you'd think they'd already be separated, but I guess you're really paying for that DIY experience. If you're a cheap bastard you can just glue Scrabble tiles to the letters of an existing board. Or if you're shopping for something even more exotic, I'm selling DIY stone keyboards. Itâ€™s an old keyboard with the keys ripped off, some glue, and a chisel. Kits start at $250. You provide the rock.
One more after the jump.
HACOA's $300 DIY keyboard now shipping, saw included [engadget]
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