$300 for an assemble-it-yourself wooden keyboard
After the low sales of their previous wooden keyboard, which sold for about $400, the Hacoa company decided to shift their strategy and announced at this year’s CEATEC that their new models have the owner assembling the keyboard themselves.
This new keyboard will sell for approximately $100 less than the previous one, but even so, I don’t see why this change would change someone’s mind about purchasing this unique add-on or not. $300 should at the very least be enough for us to have a premium-quality keyboard that we don’t have to assemble ourselves. Even if it is mostly made out of wood.