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Keyscraper Releases New Star Trek: TOS Designed Keyboards & Mice December 9, 2010

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Earlier this year TrekMovie gave good reviews for the Keyscraper computer keyboards and mice with Star Trek 2009 movie designs. Now the company has come out with a series of new original series Star Trek designed mice and keyboards. More details below. 


New Keyscraper TOS Keyboards and Mice

Keyscraper has released three new keyboards featuring original series Star Trek designs, available both wireless and wired.

Official features list:

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TOS "Crew" TOS Keyboard – $54.99 

TOS "Kirk" TOS Keyboard – $54.99

TOS "Limited Edition" TOS Keyboard – $89.99 (only 500 to be made)

Keyscraper has also release three new wireless mice with original series Star Trek designs.

Official features list:

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TOS "Crew" wireless USB mouse – $39.99

"Kirk" wireless USB mouse – $39.99

TOS "Special Edition" wireless USB mouse – $39.99

TOS Keyboards and Mice available at


1. Viking - December 9, 2010

The Kirk mouse is MINE.

2. Remington Steele - December 9, 2010

Where’s the Lt. Riley mouse???

What do you mean there wont be one?

3. Lt. Bailey - December 9, 2010

Now that is what I need!!
I will be getting the gold command keyboard and the Kirk Mouse….would you call it a Kouse then???

4. Kevin - December 9, 2010

I’d actually like to see a keybord that looks like a console from TOS… with blinky buttons in a TOS color scheme… of course, I don’t think I ever will.

5. The Original Spock's Brain - December 9, 2010

Looks cheap

6. Capt Mike of the Terran Empire - December 9, 2010

I like the Key Board with the Big E Firing Phasers.

7. Capt Mike of the Terran Empire - December 9, 2010

They should make a mouse with one of the red shirts. But that would be pretty dangerous.

8. DAMMITJIM - December 9, 2010

Are there only 500 red ones available since all the others died in freak accidents in the line of duty?

9. Jonathan - December 9, 2010

They’re okay but I love my keyboard with backlit keys, great for gaming at night. Also I like that my wireless mouse is bluetooth, thus I can recharg it by plugging it into my computer instead of simply replacing the batteries. Also it has 5 instead of 3 buttons, which comes in handy when gaming. If I could get one of those keyboards with backlit keys I’d love to buy one.

10. Boris - December 9, 2010

The Original Spock’s Brain: you said it.

So fannishly un-subtle, easy to churn out and out-of-universe. There _is_ no TOS keyboard or mouse, only voice input and mysterious, colorful buttons. However, you could probably sell a 1960s typewriter and call it a TOS typewriter, because of all the typewritten text in the second pilot.

11. Will_H - December 9, 2010

Wow that’s some expensive stuff. Not nearly worth the money to me.

12. Will - December 10, 2010

A mouse? How quaint!

13. Awesometown - December 10, 2010

Whooooa that’s kinda schlocky.

14. CFLTrekFan - December 10, 2010

#4 that’s exactly what I was hoping I’d see when I clicked the story link. Pretty unimpressed by these. The mice in particular are horrible. The shapes are basically useless.

15. CmdrR - December 10, 2010

Just a little padding in the features list?
* Awesome full color printing. Not a sticker or wrap!
* Easy plug-and-play installation.
* Requires 1 available USB 2.0 port
* Runs off 1 AAA battery (included)
* 2 buttons + Scroll Wheel/Third Button
* Show it off on the road in the coffee shop or wherever you need a little something extra in your computing.

You forgot:
-Actual letters, numbers and symbols
-Flat for better table top adhesion
-On/Off capabilities

Actually, it looks cool and I’d get this if it were the same price as a plain one, but the price is a little pricey, too.

16. robowarrior - December 10, 2010


17. Can We See... - December 12, 2010

Honestly, sincerely… I want to see high rez images (large size) so I can determine whether to buy any of these. I’m not sure the quality is there.

Keyscaper: Take note. If you’re showcasing your wares, give us a quality image for your quality products… Thanks in advance.

18. Losira - December 12, 2010

Very nice I like the trek designs for keyboards “how quante”

19. MvRojo - December 16, 2010

#5. Yeah, these look pretty terrible, and the mouse looks incredibly uncomfortable to use.

20. Jovan - December 21, 2010

I– I’m sorry, but no one in their right mind would pay twice as much for mice and keyboards that are less ergonomic just because they have cute Star Trek graphics on them.

21. elite force - December 24, 2010

mice look good, keyboard design is … well crap is represented by Gorilla Nation. Please contact Gorilla Nation for ad rates, packages and general advertising information.