Today I discovered that my wireless keyboard was dead.
This thing was old. The receiver was a big (about the size of a standard mouse), obnoxious-looking thing that plugged into the computer with a dual combination of USB and a traditional keyboard plug. The keyboard itself was even more obnoxious, with buttons for functions that ceased to exist (or at least ceased to be useful) with the advent of Windows Vista. I’m pretty sure that when this keyboard was in stores, 512MB of RAM was the performance norm and 500GB hard drives hadn’t yet hit the market.
Something so ancient surely deserved a proper farewell. So, I decided to destroy it while recording it at 120fps with my GoPro.