The computer with a dedicated pizza key on its keyboard #Keyboards #VintageComputing @lazygamereviews
Vintage PC YouTubeer Lazy Game Reviews/LGR recently posted about the iopener “network appliance” from 1999. It likely is the only computing device to come from the factory with a dedicated key to order pizza!
Ever wanted a PC with a dedicated pizza button? Well the Netpliance i-opener from 1999 has you covered, press it anytime to order pizza online! At least back when it was still an active Internet Appliance that connected to the web via dial-up. But that won’t stop us diving into this oddity on LGR!
Editor’s Note: I’d either hit it by accident or on purpose too many times.
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