On the fifth day of Christmas my true love gave to me... a wooden keyboard

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Fancy giving a tech gift this Christmas that is a little bit unusual? Well the gift shop at the Design Museum in London is selling a handcrafted wooden keyboard.

The maple wood keyboard is compatible with PCs, tablets and smartphones and comes with wireless bluetooth technology. 

It boasts an environmental conscience, as the company who makes it, actively contributes to tree protection and reforestation

Hand crafted in Southern France, the Oree Board is priced at £150.


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