In an age of cutting edge technology, there's a certain novelty to using old things -- like calling friends on a rotary phone, or using condoms. Hahahahahaha, can you imagine? Waxing nostalgic for the click clack of yesteryear, USB Typewriter Keyboards.
From a Steampunk modder eager to make old-school Remingtons relevant again, USBT's a seriously tricked out line of vintage key-pounders skillfully wired with sensors/circuit thingamajigs so they'll work as retro-style USB PC/Mac/iPad keyboards, and can be billed as a "groundbreaking innovation in the field of obsolescence" -- so the mini-disc player installed in your car didn't quite make the cut. Ready-to-type modded QWERTYs include the gray 1960s matte finished/chrome Olympia Deluxe Portable w/ black keys and original carrying case, and a sweet mint condition baby blue Smith-Corona Corsair Deluxe that, thanks to a special toggle button, even has function, CTRL, and escape keys -- the last two being things Swizz Beatz can no longer do, now that he knocked her up. There're also classic secretarial hits like a heavy-set blue-gray/white key SC Super Sterling, and a boxy white Olympiette Portable that dates back to the 1970s and features an "Enter" button activated by the typewriter's actual return carriage, but not after midnight, because then that ish is just a pumpkin.
Because you probably already collect antique typewriters, USBT also peddles DIY conversion kits so you can solder your own keyboard in the basement, free from your many, many children.