Do have some documents that need to be typed in Dwarvish or Elvish language? Well, if you do, then Drop has just the right keyboard for you. Just kidding. You can’t type Dwarvish or Elvish language with the Drop + The Lord Of The Rings Mechanical Keyboards but you will have a super cool keyboard that will momentarily throw off unauthorized users.
The Drop + The Lord Of The Rings Dwarvish Keyboard (US$169), which is built on the MT3 keyboard, features a dark gray aluminum case with custom artwork by OSHETART depicting the Doors of Durin.
Speaking of the typing, the keycaps are from the Training Dwarvish Base Kit, which features Cirth legends with Khuzdul phrases, along with Latin alpha sublegends and side-printed Latin modifier legends.
The Dwarvish theme mechanical keyboard is finished with novelties and some selections from Durin’s Forge Kit.
Meanwhile, the Drop + The Lord Of The Rings Elvish Keyboard (US$169) is also built on the MT3, lavished in MT3 Elvish keycaps on a matching green aluminum case, also with custom artwork by OSHETART – this time featuring the Two Trees of Valinor.
Rounding up the Elvish theme are keycaps from the Training Elvish Base Kit, featuring Tengwar legends with Sindarin phrases, along with Latin alpha sublegends and side-printed Latin modifier legends before finishing off with novelties and a few selections from the Autumn in Rivendell Kit.
Whichever theme you choose, the keyboard is outfitted with Drop’s Holy Panda X Switches and Phantom Stabilizers for tactile typing that is so impressive you’d think it was crafted by the Dwarves themselves, or concocted by the ancient Elvish powers.
These are keyboards you will find laying around Iron Hills or Aman if the Dwarves and Elves had computers.
If the ready-built examples do not tickle your fancy can build your own with the Drop + The Lord Of The Rings Dwarvish Keycap Set (from US$15) or the Drop + The Lord Of The Rings Elvish Keycap Set (from US$15), and spruce them up with The One Ring Artisan Keycap (US$65 ea.), which is available in Lothlórien, Mount Doom, and Anduin designs, and also snag the Artisan Wrist Rest too. No, wait. That is sold out. Ugh. Bummer.
Anyhoo, you know where to look if you are in the market looking to Lord Of The Rings-ed your keyboard.