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    Official Raspberry Pi keyboard and mouse released

    The TKL keyboard includes a 3 port USB hub, and a raspberry key among its 78 key tiles.
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    Re: Official Raspberry Pi keyboard and mouse released

    People have already modded the keyboard to fit the Raspberry Pi inside. Hopefully this will become a real option in the next generation of the keyboard.

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    Re: Official Raspberry Pi keyboard and mouse released

    Quote Originally Posted by sykobee View Post
    People have already modded the keyboard to fit the Raspberry Pi inside. Hopefully, this will become a real option in the next generation of the keyboard.
    I Don't think that there is a need to have a package, but the ability to put it in would be appreciated.

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    Re: Official Raspberry Pi keyboard and mouse released

    The only interest would be if you could fit the board inside. Otherwise, what is the point?
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    Re: Official Raspberry Pi keyboard and mouse released

    lol, seems we all want a keyboard case (80's style).

    It does look like a nice keyboard though, and I do like an integrated USB hub.

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    Re: Official Raspberry Pi keyboard and mouse released

    Looks good for the price, i'll certainly be sticking this on my wishlist.

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