The Orée keyboard is real head turner.
The wireless keyboard is crafted out of a single piece of wood, featuring a compact stylish design that gives Apple’s own Bluetooth keyboard a run for its money. Of course, if you’re in the market for a new wireless keyboard, the Orée’s hefty $190 price alone might cause you to run back to cheaper options like Apple’s $99 wireless keyboard, but there’s no denying the Orée is stunning.
The Orée comes in two types of wood, walnut or maple. The key caps are also wooden — there’s no faux-wood finish here — and even the power button is made out of wood. And, like a set of well-worn wooden stairs after many years, the Orée’s keys could eventually take on the subtle grooves of your fingers over time, allowing for a truly unique keyboard with a familiar fit.
The Orée works with your Mac, iPhone, iPad, or Bluetooth-enabled PC, connecting over Bluetooth like any other wireless keyboard.
If you’re used to using a trackpad instead of a mouse, there’s also the Orée Touch Slab, which features multitouch technology and faint number engravings that allow it to double as a numerical keypad. Again, all of that wood comes at a premium, and the Orée Touch Pad starts at $190.
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