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Crayon crafter Crayola has created a colourful keyboard designed to prepare kids for a lifetime spent mindlessly tapping numbers and text into computers.

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Crayola's USB EZ Type Keyboard

Each of the USB EZ Type Keyboard’s numerical keys is painted orange, while the Qwerty key arrangement is a sickly lime green.

Special-function keys, such as Ctrl and Enter are a sort of sky blue, and there’s the usual crayon box mixture of red and pink thrown across other buttons too.

The keyboard’s compatible with most versions of Windows, including XP and Vista, in addition to Mac OS X 10.1 and later. A USB port’s included too for a mouse.

Crayola’s USB EZ Type Keyboard is only recommended for ages three and up, so it could also be a great way to liven up a dull office. It’s available online for £17 ($31/€21), but stocks are currently sold out.

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