...at least that's what Mike Yamamoto at CNET's Crave blog thinks, who has discovered a peripheral that's almost indestructible. You know, in a reasonable way.
Designed for the most violent (think frag, but taxes can apply, too) of computing, SteelSeries' 7G professional gaming keyboard claims to be several times more durable than the one you're using as you read this sentence.
How durable is durable, you ask? Somewhere in the ballpark of 50 million keystrokes, according to the company, courtesy of no-click mechanical switches that are plated in 18k gold. Add support for as many simultaneous key presses as there are keys on the keyboard, and you're packing serious gaming heat.
The keyboard's currently sold out -- the equipment may be indestructible, but the supply isn't -- but it may run you roughly $200.
Tell us, readers: what would you like to use a keyboard like this for? (Post your imaginative responses in TalkBack.)