08/08/2011, If you think that your current keyboard is functional, but it somewhat lacks a particular “oomph” to the situation, you might be interested to know that there are other keyboards out there which will not only turn heads, but work just great as well. The Minebea Cool Leaf USB Keyboard that started out as a concept is finally realized in the flesh, boasting an entirely flat crystal-clear surface in place […]
07/28/2011, When it comes to smartphones these days, you have users who believe in a true and full touch screen experience, unwilling to add weight or thickness to their device with a keyboard. On the other end of the spectrum you have users who believe in having a physical keyboard along with the touch screen experience and who will only consider smartphones with a keyboard.
07/27/2011, One of the most popular keyboards created for the Android platform has got to be Swype. Its intuitive interface, paired up with accurate error correction and low learning curve make it the keyboard of choice for a lot of people. There have been many challengers to the throne but none of them have managed to over throw it yet but it looks like the folks over at TouchPal have plans […]
07/24/2011, While we all know that virtual keyboards will never replace physical keyboards anytime soon when it comes to speed and accuracy – engineers are constantly trying to make things better. The folks over at IBM recently filed a patent application for a new technology they’ve developed that is said to improve how virtual keyboards on touchscreens work.
07/22/2011, After four years of using the same layout for its keyboards, it looks like Apple is ready to update them with the release of Mac OS X Lion. iSpazio Mac, an Italian Mac website recently got its hands on what appears to be a new Apple keyboard. While the keyboard is almost the same as the previous generation keyboards, this new one features buttons dedicated to Mac OS X Lion. […]
07/14/2011, Interested in turning your Apple wireless keyboard into a keyboard for your iOS device, but you’re tired of having to keep it propped up against a stack of books just to stop it from falling? Daniel Haarburger, a student from Stanford University has come up with a unique solution to the problem. Called the WINGStand, this unique accessory for your wireless Apple keyboard turns it into the perfect stand for your […]
07/05/2011, When it comes to gaming on the computer, the PC beats the Mac hands down in terms of choices, so it is no surprise to see that gaming peripherals for the PC far outnumber those for the Mac platform, but that does not mean companies like Razer have left Mac gamers high and dry. No sir, they have instead recently announce standard Mac key layout in their highly-popular Razer BlackWidow, […]
06/23/2011, If you’re a fan of physical keyboards, no touchscreen keyboard is ever going to replace or even come close to giving you the same experience. Fortunately there are a plethora of keyboards available for the iPhone to turn it into a QWERTY-keyboard toting device. SW-Box has just announced a new Bluetooth for the iPhone 4 called the kiBoard (pronounced keyboard). What sets this keyboard apart from other similar cases is […]
06/22/2011, Do you own a wireless keyboard? Maybe. Do you own a wireless mouse? Possibly. Do you own a wireless keyboard that’s also built into a wireless mouse? We think not. Introducing Brando’s wireless Keymouse II which based on its looks could pass off as a very complicated looking remote control, but in reality it’s actually a wireless mouse that can be doubled up as a wireless keyboard and vice versa.
06/16/2011, Have you ever heard about a hacking keyboard before? No? I do wonder at times whether all the hacking that has gone on did see the use of the Happy Hacking Keyboard range from Japan, where this unique computer peripheral will now come in the form of the S-Type, with the “S” prefix standing for both Speed and Silent. Yup, you read that right – the Happy Hacking Keyboard has […]
06/16/2011, The folks over at Pocket-lint managed to get their hands on mystery LG device at the Orange and Kineto Wireless event in London this week, and judging by the photographs, it looks like a very interesting phone. In the history of Android devices so far, there haven’t been many ground breaking designs, especially in recent months (bar the Kyocera Echo of course), they all look like black rectangular slabs with […]
06/15/2011, Spending long hours in front of the computer can be tiring for both your mind and your body, and so researchers and designers have worked long and hard to create ergonomically pleasing accessories especially when it comes to mice and keyboards. Microsoft has been pretty active in this market especially with its keyboards (considering that it makes one of the most popular word processing apps around it’s no surprise) and […]
06/07/2011, Razer is a name synonymous with gaming peripherals, where they have come up with special editions of mice and keyboards in the past – the most recent one in memory would be in conjunction with Star Craft II, but this time around Razer has worked with Lucasarts to release the Star Wars: The Old Republic Gaming Keyboard that will feature a full-color highly sensitive multi-touch LCD panel, while incorporating ten […]
06/01/2011, CruxCase, makers of specially designed cases for the iPad, has announced the launch of a new case for the iPad called the Crux Loaded. Picking up cues from its original Crux lineup, the Crux Loaded also turns the iPad into some sort of laptop-like device, but with some extra features. While cases with keyboards are not uncommon, the Crux Loaded also gives you an extra battery and a trackpad to […]