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French outfit Orée launched its unique bluetooth keyboards in the UK this week: input devices cut from a single piece of wood.

Each Orée Board is hand-made in the company workshop and cut from either maple or walnut. This is said to provide greater durability, a better tactile experience and, of course, better sustainability than plastic-based products.

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The Board connects to any Bluetooth compatible device and can be fully customised with a customer's choice of font, personal text or graphical engravings.

That should make the keyboard an ideal Xmas prezzie, as long as you have about £100 to spare. The Orée Board is available now for €125. ®

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