Ah, the 80s, an era of unparalleled aesthetics and design savvy. Take this Atari 400 keyboard, for example. What kid wouldn’t want a keyboard in orange, brown, and tan complete with oddly shaped chiclet keys and no concern for ergonomics. This homage costs $149 and is made by Japanese company Niyari.
If these guys could recreate the delightfully high-travel Atari 800 XL keyboard, I’d be much happier. But, as they say, nostalgia is in the eye of the nerd who typed in countless lines of code out fo Antic and Analog magazines in the vain hope of playing a game called “Space Blob Warrior.”