Art Lebedev Optimusmini three keyboard review
The mini three is a USB peripheral with a 20 x 20mm, 96 x 96 pixel OLED panel behind each button, capable of displaying 65,536 colours. Once the simple software is installed, the buttons become context-sensitive, showing different images and performing different actions depending on the program you’re running. You can customise what each button does, from showing weather reports to the amount of system resources being used. It’s responsive and looks striking, but the screens aren’t bright enough, even after tweaking the white balance and gamma settings. At £115, it isn’t cheap, but is still a diversion for the user who has everything.