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AlphaUI back-typing keyboard targets tablet devices

10/04/2010, While the AlphaUI back-typing keyboard was spotted as a prototype by us back in June this year, the company has just announced the device, where it will function as a back-typing keyboard for tablets. The learning curve might just be more challenging than...

Jorno iPhone Keyboard Offers Compact Foldable Design

09/21/2010, If you want a large hardware keyboard to type out along email on your iPad or iPhone but rather not deal with the bulk of Apple’s dedicated iPad keyboard solution complete with dock connector, you may want to take on the Cervantes Jorno keyboard,...

Stealth KYBX-400 keyboard is super tough

09/03/2010, If you’re a gamer who gets stressed easily whenever your team mates do not listen to your instructions and go ahead to get themselves killed, then the Stealth KYBX-400 keyboard would fit your personality well. After all, it was specially constructed...

Logitech Wireless Combo MK520 comes with touch media controls

08/12/2010, The Logitech Wireless Combo MK520 is yet another combo peripheral bundle that will feature both a mouse and a keyboard sans wires, albeit with the added advantage of one-touch media controls. Boasting a concave design as well as softly rounded edges, you...

EFO iPazzPort keyboard resembles BlackBerry, but is not a phone

08/08/2010, What you see here might seem to be some offshoot of an albino BlackBerry, but it isn’t anywhere close to that. Heck, it does not even come with the ability to make or receive calls, but will come with function keys that weren’t available on...

Slim Cool Plus Keyboard Is Contaminant-proof

08/02/2010, If you’re fussy about germs and all, you might want to check out the Slim Cool Plus Keyboard, which offers a completely sealed surface which claims to stop all the germs and nasties from making camp on your keyboard. It’s also waterproof and...

Alpha keyboard joins the party

07/15/2010, The QWERTY keyboard could very well be the most famous configuration to date (the DVORAK wasn’t very popular as you can tell), but people at Lava International Ltd came up with a couple of handsets known as the Lava B2 and Lava B5 which resembles a...

HTC Vision Pictured With Sliding QWERTY Keyboard?

07/05/2010, We recently heard a few whispers of a HTC Vision, though details weren’t exactly abundant at that time. Now a picture of what is apparently the HTC Vision has surfaced, and if it’s legit, it looks like HTC will be churning out an...

Optimus Popularis sneak peek

06/29/2010, Check out a clearer image of the upcoming Optimus Popularis display keyboard that is destined (keep your fingers crossed!) to be released before the year is over at best, or early next year at worst. It will retail for under $1,000, where pre-orders will...

New Luxeed U5 LED Keyboard

06/28/2010, We’ve seen Luxeed LED keyboards keyboards before, and now it’s back again with an updated version of the Luxeed U5, coming with 430 LEDs that can individually light up the keys according to your choice of color. It’s quite customizable,...

Lapara Mini Bluetooth keyboard for Apple devices

06/16/2010, With both the iPhone and iPad from Apple featuring virtual keyboards, there might be just a group of people out there who would love to use a regular keyboard with either device in order to type out their thoughts in a much faster method, or at least...

AlphaUI shows back-typing hardware

06/09/2010, Most companies that are exploring back-typing use sensors very similar to what is found in modern touch screens. The caveat is that without a physical tactile feedback, it is very hard to get your fingers in the right spot, leading to typos and low...

Thermaltake Challenger Pro gaming keyboard gets cooling fan

06/02/2010, Most of us would associate high end computers to come equipped with cooling fans, and big ones at that to boot. Who would have ever thought that the humble keyboard itself would feature a cooling fan? The folks over at Thermaltake certainly did, where...

MSI Sketchbook With Keyboard Tablet Showcased At Computex

06/01/2010, We’d previously caught word of the MSI Sketchbook, and now the real deal is on show at Computex. True to its name, the device has a touchscreen display and a detachable QWERTY keyboard that can be flipped over to reveal a large tablet input area for...