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Tag: Keyboard

Swiss-Army Mini Bluetooth Keyboard has Touchpad, Laser Pointer, but No Bottle Opener

Swiss-Army Mini Bluetooth Keyboard has Touchpad, Laser Pointer, but No Bottle Opener
This tiny keyboard is perfect for times when you need to control your PC or mobile device (or blind someone) from across the room. Not only does it offer a 72-key QWERTY keyboard, but a tiny touchpad, and a new bonus not usually found on keyboards – a laser pointer.

Xim3 Lets You Put a Mouse and Keyboard on Your Xbox 360

Xim3 Lets You Put a Mouse and Keyboard on Your Xbox 360
There are plenty of rivalries in the technology world. You have your Mac heads versus Windows users. There is the Android verses iPhone war and we have the console gamer versus PC gamer war as well.

Lmp Keypad Makes Your iMac Keyboard Whole Again

Lmp Keypad Makes Your iMac Keyboard Whole Again
Are you a Mac user that misses the good old days? You know, the days when your iMac actually shipped with a whole keyboard. I’ll admit, I do like the portability of my miniature keyboard, but it just doesn’t work as an everyday peripheral.

Kee4 Keyboard: 4 Keys to Type Them All

Kee4 Keyboard: 4 Keys to Type Them All
And I thought typing on a touchscreen was hard. A company called Citta Consulting Inc. is currently developing a portable Bluetooth keyboard that can be operated using only one hand. The tiny gadget is called the Kee4, and it has an interesting approach to typing – all of the characters that you can type on a traditional keyboard can also be typed on the Kee4, except almost all characters will have to be typed using more than one keystroke because, well, look: The keyboard only has four keys!

Typewriter Waffle Maker Types 1 W(Affle) Per Minute

Typewriter Waffle Maker Types 1 W(Affle) Per Minute
This waffle maker fashioned out of an old typewriter is full of win. Chris Dimino took an old Smith-Corona Coronamatic typewriter and replaced the keys with a fully-functional waffle iron. I love how the waffles look like keyboards.

Lamp Made Out of Keyboard Parts: Qwertylight

Lamp Made Out of Keyboard Parts: Qwertylight
Nolan Herbut’s lamp design is made out of keyboards. He meticulously created the fixture by rearranging all of parts of keys that he found from unwanted keyboards and wrapping the whole thing up. The light that comes from the lamp creates an interesting and ethereal effect.

Thinkgeek iPhone Keyboard Case Will Let Tk-421 Say Why He Left His Post

Thinkgeek iPhone Keyboard Case Will Let Tk-421 Say Why He Left His Post
ThinkGeek knows the way to a geek’s heart is with Star Wars. Even when the product really has nothing to do with Star Wars, you can get our attention with a vague reference and innuendo. Such is the case with these cool iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4 keyboard cases.

Is Your Keyboard Too Loud? Silence It With Keyboard Quiet Cover!

Is Your Keyboard Too Loud? Silence It With Keyboard Quiet Cover!
Is your son, daughter, or significant other spending so much time in front of the computer that their touch-typing is slowly driving you insane? No need to worry, Thanko’s got the solution! Now you can silence those horrible clicky keyboard strokes forever!

Keyboard Buddy Turns Your iPhone 4 Into the Droid You were Looking for

Keyboard Buddy Turns Your iPhone 4 Into the Droid You were Looking for
With the barrage of case + Bluetooth keyboard combos available for the iPad, one enterprising company has realized that the iPhone 4 presents a similar opportunity and came up with the Keyboard Buddy, a case for the iPhone 4 that has a built-in Bluetooth keyboard.

IPad Bluetooth Keyboard Case Lands at Thinkgeek

IPad Bluetooth Keyboard Case Lands at Thinkgeek
Not even 24 hours ago, we featured this cheap iPad bluetooth keyboard case from EFO. Now, the guys over at ThinkGeek are offering a similar keyboard case for just a few dollars more.

EFO iPad Keyboard Case Turns iPad Into Netbook on the Cheap

EFO iPad Keyboard Case Turns iPad Into Netbook on the Cheap
I’ve run across a number of designs for iPad bluetooth keyboards, but most of them are quite expensive for what they are. The guys over at gadget importer EFO are now offering a model which provides both a case and a keyboard for just $50 bucks.

Adonit Writer Keyboard + Folio: Makes Your iPad as Fat as a Laptop

Adonit Writer Keyboard + Folio: Makes Your iPad as Fat as a Laptop
While it’s probably true that the 11-inch MacBook Air makes for a better all-around laptop than the iPad, if you want to get things done at least, it’s safe to say that buying a folio and keyboard combination will be a lot cheaper.

Logitech Releases K750 Solar Keyboard: Look Ma, No Batteries

Logitech Releases K750 Solar Keyboard: Look Ma, No Batteries
Well, it took a while, but Logitech finally released a wireless keyboard that doesn’t need any batteries. What does it need to charge up? The sun! I think that it’s a great idea. The Logitech K750 will sell for $79.99 (USD) and is completely built out of recyclable plastic.

Bullettrain Express Platform: All Aboard the Apple Train

Bullettrain Express Platform: All Aboard the Apple Train
Let’s get this out of the way – if you bought an Apple computer, part of why you bought is its appearance. There’s no denying that. I own a MacBook, and even though it’s the white plastic one I still like how it looks compared to other laptops.

Spacebar T-Shirt: These Are a Few of My Favorite Things

Spacebar T-Shirt: These Are a Few of My Favorite Things
This simple, yet clever “Spacebar” t-shirt design by Montro has yet to be made, but truly deserves to be. It combines four of my favorite things, computers, astronauts, passing out drunk, and hipster t-shirts all in a single package.

Trulyergonomic Keyboard Claims to be a Revolution

Trulyergonomic Keyboard Claims to be a Revolution
While I’ve been touch-typing for years, sometimes as fast as a secretary, I’ve never tried any of the so-called ergonomic keyboards out there. Supposedly they will make you type faster and reduce some of the stress on your wrists.