The perfect Keyboard for Multilingual Text Entry

It’s finally here and shipping. Of course it also costs about $1500. :-0
I’m not fluidly proficient in any language other than English. I do however work in French (Creole actually), Greek, Hebrew, German and of course English. I’ve memorized the keyboard in English and as a result could use a blank keyboard if I so desired. Actually several of the keys on my notebook have worn clean and I still don’t have problems typing, but it sure freaks people out who borrow my laptop. Not to mention that it really confuses my kids when they need to use it.
Art Lebedev’s keyboard is a breakthrough in original thinking – or maybe just in actually implementing what others have thought about.
Plug it in, turn it on and type Ancient Greek and Hebrew, Akadian or whatever to your hearts delight.