Google Japan’s Teacup Version Gboard is a cup in the form of a keyboard and it has a design that resembles the classic kind of cups used in Japanese restaurants. According to Google, the novelty teacup was created in response to many of its own team members spilling liquids on their keyboards. This design is actually made to contain liquids, up to 4.2 ounces in fact, and hook up to a computer with a USB cable connector.
The durable cylindrical keyboard is capable of withstanding great temperatures, making it perfect for hot and cold beverages alike. For those who are interested in creating their own version of the Teacup Version Gboard, Google has made the open-source documentation available on Github.