Hacker News user @kubotoskop says he set up his own mechanical keyboard for his wife.
In his post, he explains how he used a few basic commands to setup his machine.
You can check out the video below to see what Kubotosks look like.
Kubotoms are pretty popular, so I had to make a few adjustments.
Kubota’s keyboard uses a built-in USB hub for power.
He also had to add an USB port for a mouse and an USB hub to power his webcam.
It’s the perfect setup for someone with limited computing power.
You could also use a USB hub with a keyboard to connect to a Mac.
If you’re not into keyboards, you could also connect your webcam to a webcam-equipped robot to get a full-featured webcam experience.
You don’t need to install an extra keyboard or any other fancy hardware to get the most out of Kubotas keyboard.
It also doesn’t require any additional cables to get started.
Kubotos Keyboard is on sale for $349, which is a steal for a robot keyboard.