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Everybody loves a good concept design, and PDF Haus is always a good place to start because their conceptual designs contain a lot of details. It has proven to be the case once again with this excellent looking PDF Haus All In One Keyboard, which he came up with alongside another designer by the name of Seokmin Jang.

There is a lot to appreciate in the sleek aesthetics of the design and the projected capabilities that it might have. The PDF Haus All In One Keyboard is designed to be a computer essential that is also capable of charging your array of devices – such as smartphones – and the clean, understated geometric design will appeal to those who demand a neatly ordered workspace for their day to day creativity endeavours.

The design might not seem to fit in with how you think a keyboard should look and it is not until you delve into how it would operate and the clever design features that it has that you really begin to appreciate its aesthetics and capabilities.
The conceptual design has a keyboard which fits snugly within the cuboidal design and this keyboard has a striking trackpad and wireless charging dock that can charge your keyboard, headphones, phone and the likes.

The conceptual design has a cylindrical accessory to place under the keyboard so that it is at just the right angle to ensure you can always type easily and comfortably on the go. The concept design is made to work alongside Microsoft's Surface-style stylus, which is important for those working in the creative industries. The feature of this concept design that really appeals to a lot of users is that of the wireless docking station built into the design.

While it is not currently available to purchase, this fantastic concept design has got all the features that majority of the tech-savvy users would love to see. Amazing aesthetics, and just a perfect design for the perfect workspace.

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