By Daniele Particelli Monday 6 January 2020
The iconic gi Happy Hacking Keyboard Fujitsu, the ultra-compact keyboard that winks at fans of the 90s, ready to return to the market with three new models that leave the layout to which it owes all its success unaltered and introduce something that fans have been asking for for some time: the Bluetooth connection and the USB-C port, the new standard to which all tech producers are now adapting.
It was since 2016 that Fujitsu has not updated its Happy Hacking Keyboard and the CES 2020 in Las Vegas was the perfect platform to unveil the new update.
Three models are on the way. There Happy Hacking Keyboard Pro 3 Classic, the basic model, will arrive with a USB-C port, while the two upper models, the Pro 3 Hybrid and the Pro 3 Hybrid Type-S, will support Bluetooth connection and key mapping through new software on the Windows platform.
Not even the new models, however, will have an integrated rechargeable battery, but like the previous models they will work thanks to the classic disposable batteries.
Each of the three models will be available in two different colors, white and gray, and they will be on sale starting at $ 217 for the base model, in line with the current version that you can still buy on Amazon at the price of 210.29 euros with fast shipping included for Prime users.