Ever since the Optimus Maximus keyboard was made available, with every single key possessing an OLED screen, computer enthusiasts have been marveling at the utility of such a mutable accessory.
Unfortunately, that keyboard is far out of the price range of most people, at well over a thousand dollars. OCZ kept the price down by adding nine special keys, each with a monochromatic OLED screen, instead of using a full-color display on every key. Each of the nine keys can be programmed to display a different picture depending on the application or utility. The OLEDs are all amber in color, with blue LED lights shining out of the sides. Most importantly, the OCZ Sabre is significantly less expensive, at under two hundred dollars. It’s available for purchase now, from select online retailers.