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These look more like showpieces or a gift for that special someone who appreciates the finer things in life who needs a stylish wooden keyboard to go with their elegant wood-paneled office in their 20-room mansion. Or it could be part of a set of props for a professional photographer who is always on the lookout to create innovative and eye-catching stock photos he can sell for big bucks. I see potentials here, but unfortunately not for a practical working keyboard because of questions about how wood would hold up under long-term heavy use. Still, I'm tempted to buy one because it simply looks beautiful.
Wood is pretty sturdy. I hear they've started building houses out of it!
Are you joking or are you being serious? If you are serious, then say something smarter. If you're joking, it is very lame.
I'm pretty sure that people who have experienced problems with wood material will wonder whether the wooden keys will need to be oiled or maintained in some other way to prevent them from drying and cracking. Also, wooden floors will show wears in areas that see heavy foot traffic. So there are naturally questions about how well these wooden keycaps will hold up under repeated and heavy use.
I'm being serious. They really do make wood framed houses now!
No thanks for wasting my time.
No problem. If you avoid foot traffic on your keyboard you'll probably be fine (I should have mentioned above)