Razer is a company that is probably best known for creating gamer accessories and peripherals like keyboards and mice. They typically feature “gamer” aesthetics which means dark colors like black along with colorful RGB lighting. While there’s nothing wrong with this look, it might not necessarily be ideal in places like an office.
Some of us have sweaty palms and after an extended period of using our mouse, it can get kind of gross (they say our peripherals are actually dirtier than a toilet bowl). If you do suffer from sweaty palms, then you might be interested in checking out the Zephyr gaming mouse which actually comes with a built-in cooling fan.
Apple’s iPad supports the use of external keyboard and in more recent years, mice as well. However, the use of the keyboard and mouse are mostly for general use, like typing up documents, surfing the web, sending emails, and so on, but that is soon set to change as Apple will be bringing keyboard and mouse support to gaming on the iPad.
Thanks to iOS 13, Apple has finally allowed users to use a mouse with the iPad, but it isn’t quite as straightforward as you think. However, if you were to follow our guide, we’ll take you through the simple steps needed to get you all setup.
For the most part, computer peripherals like mice have been designed to be a one-size-fits-all, although sometimes there are certain mice that feel and fit better for one person compared to another. Unfortunately, creating a custom-sized mice just doesn’t seem particularly feasible, but that doesn’t mean that Apple isn’t going to try.
In the past, we’ve seen Razer create some Pokemon-theme gaming accessories. It looks like the company is back with yet another collaboration and this time in the form of a new Pikachu mouse. This mouse is based on the Atheris and it is basically just a paint job, so don’t expect any electrifying experiences.
Apple’s Magic Mouse has kept its design for many years already, and for the most part it works, but could there be a redesign in its future? That’s what a recently discovered patent seems to be hinting at, where it has been suggested that Apple could be working on a “pro” version of the Magic Mouse.
If you’re shopping for a new gaming mouse, you might be pleased to learn that Razer has announced a couple of brand new options, especially if you’re looking for a wireless model. These new gaming mice comes in the form of the Razer Basilisk Ultimate and the Basilisk X HyperSpeed.
For the longest time ever, Apple’s keyboard and mice were offered in a white and silver finish. However, when the iMac Pro was launched, the company launched a set of brand new accessories with a black and gray finish which was actually pretty well-received, and now it looks like we have a new option to choose from.
If you’re in the market for a new gaming mouse, and you’re looking for the wireless variety, then you might be interested to learn that Razer has you covered. The company has recently taken the wraps off their latest gaming mouse in the form of the Razer Viper Ultimate, which according to the company, is apparently 25% faster than leading wireless gaming mice in the market today.
While the majority of external keyboards will work with a Chrome OS computer, they tend to fall slightly short as there are certain keys that are missing, but for general typing, you should be able to get away with using a standard keyboard with your Chrome OS device. However, if you’re a stickler for optimization, then look no further than Logitech.
At WWDC 2019, Apple announced iPadOS which was the company giving the iPad the operating system it deserved. It was later discovered that there was evidence to suggest that support for the mouse was part of iPadOS, something that had been rumored about for a while now.
As powerful as the iPad Pros are, many have pointed out that it still isn’t quite there yet in terms of it being a potential laptop replacement. This is because of the limitations of iOS, where you can’t quite pull off certain functions like you would on an OS like macOS or Windows, but that has changed when Apple launched iPadOS.
If you are considering buying a gaming mouse, it’s hard to not take Logitech out of the equation. The company has been around for the longest time ever, and several of its gaming mice have become classics in the gaming community, such as the Logitech G502. Now it looks like the company has decided to give one of its classic gaming mice an upgrade.