Ross’ latest device is the Ross’ new “Mechanic Numpade” for iPhone, available on the Apple Store today.
The Ross is a mechanical keyboard with a pin-less mechanical nuke that Ross describes as a “perfect” replacement for a traditional mechanical keyboard.
It has a backlight and a keycap tray, a large, easy-to-use keyboard and a lock mechanism that you can unlock with a touch of your finger.
It’s a little hard to tell exactly what the nuke does, but it seems to be a simple way of triggering the keycap and lock functionality.
I found it to be very useful when I wanted to manually lock my iPhone from my Mac or PC.
It will come in two sizes: the standard size, which is 5.5″ x 2.5″, and a smaller, 8″ x 4.5″.
It weighs about 2.7 ounces, and it can be charged with a single AA battery.
The “Mechanic Numpase” also has a number pad, a trackpad, a fingerprint reader, and a physical lock switch.
I didn’t notice any fingerprinting on the device itself, though I have a feeling that fingerprinting will be something that Apple is keen to add in the future.
Ross has also released a companion app for the Ross.
It’s called “Mechansys Keyboard” and is free for iOS users and Android users to download.
The app is available for both Mac and PC.
Ross also has two other products: a mechanical piano and a “Mechsys Piano” keyboard, which uses the Ross mechanical nukes to control a piano, with a range of different tunings, a different keycap layout, and other different options.
Ross says that the “Mechonic Piano” can play all sorts of sounds, from classical to jazz.