Lego has been proven to be a positive mental boost for creativity and problem-solving, and now it can help you improve your retro typing skills as well. The latest set from the Danish toy company is the Lego Typewriter, which will include 2,079 pieces and will retail for $200.
You can even feed paper into it to simulate the feel of typing, as the kit includes a platen roller in its retro design and comes with a letter written and signed by Thomas Kirk Kristiansen, chairman of the LEGO Group. The original design came from Steve Guinness, with the Lego fan explaining that the idea came from a desire to create “something totally different from anything that LEGO has ever done,” and showcase that anything can be made from Lego.
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