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Lofree Four Seasons is a mechanical keyboard for the 21st century

Article taken from Digital Trends   Modern technology just a bit too … modern for you? If the design aesthetic of the 21st century has you longing for something a bit more retro, there may be a solution. Meet the Lofree, a nostalgic yet decidedly new-age keyboard that combines elements of the past with today’s innovations and advances. Heralded as “the first mechanical keyboard inspired by typewriters,” the Lofree is an elegant take on a generation past.Following a successful initial Indiegogo campaign that raised over $700,000, Lofree is now back with its second-generation keyboard. Called the Four Seasons, the new keyboard features four new sets of mixed-color keycaps to bring some whimsy into your typography, as well as a few...

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This mechanical wireless keyboard combines the best of new and old

Article taken from Cult Of Mac   Keyboards have come a long way, but not always in a better direction. Get your hands on a clackety old mechanical keyboard and you may wonder why soft keys became a thing. And the look of old keyboards, especially typewriters, are masterclasses in classy design. The Lofree Four Seasons Wireless Keyboard combines what’s best about new keyboards with what’s best from classic ones. The second version of this charming retro design comes with an improved keyboard layout and optimized Gateron Blue switches for less forceful typing. Meanwhile, backlighting lets you type on your iOS device, Android or Windows PC in the dark. So you can get the familiar tactile touch of a mechanical keyboard...

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This TV-shaped speaker is the cutest gadget to grace your nightstand

Article taken from The Next Web   Shenzhen, China-based hardware brand Lofree is slowly making a name for itself in the world of tech accessories. Its latest offering, the QTV alarm speaker is absolutely adorable, and could make for a great addition to your nightstand – or a gift for people who enjoy retro design.The company is presently crowdfunding the QTV via Indiegogo, which means you’re taking a bit of a risk when you place an order. That said, Lofree has made good on its previous promises to deliver a larger speaker and a wireless mechanical keyboard, so it should hopefully be able to ship this on schedule by July as well. Here’s what you get for your money. Design The...

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Lofree Poison speaker merges modern audio with vintage aesthetics

Article taken from Design Boom   From the company who brought us the retro-modern typewriter in early 2017, Lofree again merges nostalgic design with advanced technology, presenting the ‘poison’ speaker. it enhances a 10W dynamic driver that delivers mid and trebles from the front, and bass from the rear. as you can imagine from this vintage set, the speaker functions through radio channel surfing, but can also work with an AUX connection and wirelessly through bluetooth. all images courtesy of lofree Even with its powerful and high-quality audio capabilities, as well as its range of technological advancements, the Lofree ‘poison’ speaker is a compact unit that is portable. its vintage aesthetics follow a streamlined body, which features a minimal amount of...

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How Lofree Blended Nostalgia With New Tech For Two Crowdfunding Hits

Article taken from Forbes   Like many bohemian creative types, product designer Tim Chu is not yet 40, but his taste for aesthetics and culture is much older. Having spent 15 years designing more than 130 electronic products for renowned Chinese electronic brands like TCL and Skyworth, Chu had to constantly shelve his love of vintage culture for the modern/futuristic look that electronic brands -- especially upstart Chinese ones -- covet. Three years ago, Chu decided it was time to pursue his dream and started Lofree with several other like-minded designers. Their vision was simple: to create products that combine modern tech with an oldschool vibe. With their first product, Chu and his team wanted to play it safe and go for a somewhat...

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