You may not be able to take a transporter to work (not that you would want to) but if you want some Star Trek in your life, you can start with your keyboard. While the multi-series franchise predicted things like cellphones and iPads, there's nothing quite like having a Star Trek theme on the physical keyboard you still use. A is just the thing.
One of the best things about a mechanical keyboard, besides the feel, is their ease of customization. Keycaps like the Star Trek set swap out stock caps resting above the key switches. That's right: This is a $110 set of keys (more if you want matching numpad keys). No keyboard included. Custom runs of injection-molded plastic are expensive!
The Galaxy-class keys, as the Roddenberry Shop calls the set, is made up of PBT thermoplastic resin. The bright colors, made with a screen-print process, have the look and feel of the iconic LCARS operating system within Star Trek.
The real pièce de résistance, is that bronze Enterprise, a pricey extra $50. Made by hand in New England with "jewelry-grade processes and equipment," it's a bold statement that really hits home what this product is trying to say: you like Star Trek and things from Star Trek.