Wacky New Keyboard by EmojiWorks Makes Using Emojis Easier than Ever

It goes without saying that the inclusion of those friendly little emoticons — also known as Emojis — have made our communication between friends and family so much more expressive, fun, and intuitive.

Although it can, on occasion, be a time consuming pain in the butt to swipe through pages upon pages of those colorful little critters just to find the one you’re looking for, right?

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Well, stress no more, as we introduce to you today the first-of-its-kind emoji-centric keyboard.

Designed by the company EmojiWorks, the self-named keyboard features a broad assortment of the most popular and commonly used emoticons, one or several of which are assigned to each of the pre-existing QWERTY keys. This makes it easier than ever before to access your favorites at the simple push of a button.

Moreover, the EmojiWorks keyboard works with several different platforms, as well — connecting seamlessly via Bluetooth technology to either Windows PC, Mac, or iOS devices.

Powered by two-AAA batteries, the EmojiWorks keyboard offers the same array of function controls that you’d find on Apple’s traditional wireless keyboard — including screen brightness, volume, and media controls, in addition to a dedicated “home” button — making the peripheral an ideal companion for Mac and iOS devices, specifically.

The keyboard is available to pre-order in three varieties. The standard “Emoji Keyboard,” which is outfitted with 47 of the most commonly used emojis — including many of the faces, some hand signals, love hearts, and more — is available for $79.95.

iDrop_EmojiWorksKeyboard_02_JPEGFor just $10 more, however, you can get the “Emoji Keyboard Plus,” which boasts two emojis on each key rather than one. And for the true, die-hard emoji lovers among us, there’s also the “Emoji Keyboard Pro,” which features a whopping three emojis on each key for a total of 120, priced at $99.95. The emoji pro variant offers almost every icon you could access in iOS 9.1, including many of the recently introduced faces and foods — such as the taco, burrito, middle finger, the levitating businessman, the “nerd face,” and more.

You can even pre-order any of the EmojiWorks Keyboards now, directly from the company’s website, and orders will begin shipping in December.

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