Upravlator From the Optimus Designers

and the full-blown Optimus keyboard, the Upravlator is basically a small monitor with twelve buttons. The twelve buttons aren’t just buttons – they’re just like the Mini Three in that the buttons are screens that change depending on the context.

The limit of the device depends only on the SDK (Software Development Kit) and how far programmers are willing to take it. Twelve buttons can be very useful as shortcut keys in Photoshop or a FPS game, for example. Having the icon of the weapon displayed and then hitting the button for that weapon? Awesome. World of Warcraft users will also be thrilled to not have to hunt and peck for armor swap keys.

Product Blog [Optimus via Engadget]