Official Resident Evil 2 Remake Keyboard Costs Only $675

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Capcom is releasing a Lexington typewriter-style keyboard. It costs 75,000 yen ($675) plus tax.

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The Bluetooth-enabled keyboard is designed after the in-game Lexington typewriter.

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It’s a nice looking keyboard.

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You can scroll up and down by turning the knob and use the lever as the Enter key.

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The Premium Edition is priced at 99,800 yen ($900) and comes with all these goodies, including four “ink ribbons,” which are just masking tape.

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The bundles are available in Japan through the E-Capcom online site.


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Originally from Texas, Ashcraft has called Osaka home since 2001. He has authored six books, including most recently, The Japanese Sake Bible.

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thatsquirrel
TheTurbochargedSquirrel

So they took a Qwerkywriter, slapped an RE themed design on it, and are now charging 3x as much for it?