French manufacturer LDLC introduced the original Nemeio keyboard at the CES-2019 Electronics Show. The novelty was equipped with individually adjustable buttons-displays based on electronic paper. The idea was invented for a long time. However, Nemeio authors used electronic paper rather than more obvious technologies like OLED displays. Due to this, the energy consumption spent only at the moment when the characters are redrawn has significantly decreased. Moreover, the readability of the picture has improved. On the buttons you can display a variety of layouts, as well as special icons that work with certain applications: a table processor, a graphic editor, and so on. The gadget was equipped with a Bluetooth adapter and USB Type-C and USB Type-A ports. So you can use it both wirelessly and in wired mode. In the first case, it will be powered by the built-in rechargeable battery. The buttons are configured using specially designed software. Keyboard dimensions – 304 x 179 x 11 mm. Nemeio is currently preparing to enter the commercial market. Most likely, they will start selling it already this year at a price of 300-500 US dollars, which is a lot.