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Tag: Keyboard

Datamancer’s Sojourner Keyboard Looks Antique, Priced Like an Antique

Datamancer’s Sojourner Keyboard Looks Antique, Priced Like an Antique
Looking like something that Junktown mayor Killian Darkwater might have in his office, the Sojourner keyboard refuses to blend in with the sleek and square modern computers of today. The Sojourner packs a modern keyboard’s guts into something that looks like it has a story behind it, something with a soul, something historic, aged, expensive, while actually being none of the above.

Kinesis Advantage Keyboard Looks Weird, Feels Right, Priced Wrong

Kinesis Advantage Keyboard Looks Weird, Feels Right, Priced Wrong
I’ve never used one of Kinesis‘ keyboards so I can’t say for sure if they’re worth the price, but Cool Tool‘s Dylan Greene swears by the Kinesis Advantage, and so did most of the people who commented on Greene’s post.

Cooli902: iPhone Clone Gets Slider Keyboard

Cooli902: iPhone Clone Gets Slider Keyboard
It’s not like there aren’t already tons of cheap Chinese iPhone clones out there, but this is definitely the first one I’ve seen with a full keyboard. The badly named “COOLi902” looks just like a fat iPhone when closed, but the back slides open to reveal a full QWERTY keyboard.

4ithumbs Adds Tactile Keyboard to iPhone

4ithumbs Adds Tactile Keyboard to iPhone
If you’re an avid iPhone user, but long for the tactile feel of a real keyboard, this might just make your day. 4iThumbs new overlay screen gives your touchscreen keys you can actually feel when you press them.

Mini Wireless Text Pad: Like a Blackberry for Your Pc

Mini Wireless Text Pad: Like a Blackberry for Your Pc
I for one like my computer keyboards to be big enough for my fat fingers to maneuver without typos. But if you’re adept with using your thumbs to type on your Blackberry, you might enjoy this new accessory for your Windows PC.

Matias Tactile Pro 3 Keyboard: the Mac Gets a Real Keyboard Again

Matias Tactile Pro 3 Keyboard: the Mac Gets a Real Keyboard Again
While many of you might like the industrial design of the keyboards that Apple has been churning out for the last several years, I still long for keys that FEEL like keys. Thankfully, the guys over at Matias have the same sentiment and are getting ready to release a new Mac keyboard with REAL keys, not those wimpy “chiclet” buttons.

Question Mark Ring: for Romantic Cyborgs. or Geeks.

Question Mark Ring: for Romantic Cyborgs. or Geeks.
If your partner is geeky enough, you might get away with using capitolagirl’s Silicon Gallies question mark ring to pop the question.

Computer Keyboard Clocks: Time to Press Enter

Computer Keyboard Clocks: Time to Press Enter
I love these fun and functional clocks modeled to look like giant computer keys. Each clock measures in at about 10-inches square, making it about 175 times larger than a regular computer key. While you won’t be able to spell out “CTRL-ALT-DEL” if you hang three of these on the wall, you could buy all four and spell out “CTRL-ALT-ESC-ENTER”, which I believe makes flames shoot out of PCs running Windows XP or Vista – so don’t try this at home.

Logitech Unifying Receiver: One Receiver to Rule the Wireless USB Airwaves

Logitech Unifying Receiver: One Receiver to Rule the Wireless USB Airwaves
Logitech makes perfect use of wireless USB technology with their Unifying technology, which connects up to 6 compatible mice and keyboards (made by Logitech of course) to a computer using only a single, tiny receiver. It’s an awesome way to free up USB ports on your laptop, but obviously desktop users can also save space and eliminate clutter with this setup.

DIY Asus Eee Keyboard: in Soviet Russia, You Make Your Own Computer

DIY Asus Eee Keyboard: in Soviet Russia, You Make Your Own Computer
In Soviet Russia, you don’t wait for ASUS to release – no. In Soviet Russia, you make do with an old – no. In Soviet Russia, my jokes work. Anyway… A Russian geek stuffed the innards of an Eee PC 900 into a Sven Multimedia EL 4002 (pdf) keyboard.

Hunt and Peck Keyboard: for People Who Can’T be Bothered to Learn to Type Like Everyone Else

Hunt and Peck Keyboard: for People Who Can’T be Bothered to Learn to Type Like Everyone Else
The Hunt and Peck Keyboard sports an alternative layout, one that has the letters arranged alphabetically. You can toggle between the traditional QWERTY layout and the “logical” ABCDE layout with the press of a button. The function keys are also mapped to type in commonly used abbreviations like ASAP and IMO.

Ak-39 Wearable Keyboard: the Geek’S New Must-have Accessory

Ak-39 Wearable Keyboard: the Geek’S New Must-have Accessory
iKey’s AK-39 military-grade wearable keyboard is built to operate in “very harsh electromagnetic interference (EMI) environments”, as well as provide an interface that allows for one-armed typing. It also has a backlight that is compatible with night vision technology.

Cideko Air Keyboard With Built-in Mouse, Remote Control: Want Want Want Want Want

Cideko Air Keyboard With Built-in Mouse, Remote Control: Want Want Want Want Want
Computex was over a week ago, but let’s jump back in time one last time and let’s take a look at this yummy piece of tech: Cideko’s Air Keyboard. The only thing that’s kinda stupid about this device is its name, because it’s not just a wireless keyboard, it’s also a mouse and a remote control.

Iconnect Keyboard With iPhone/iPod Dock: as if the “I” in Its Name Didn’T Tell You That Already.

Iconnect Keyboard With iPhone/iPod Dock: as if the “I” in Its Name Didn’T Tell You That Already.
iHome‘s new iConnect USB keyboard makes it easier for iPhone and iPod owners to connect their devices with their computers with its dedicated dock. That’s the Mac version. As you can see the iConnect also has the requisite multimedia control keys.

Combimouse: if It Ain’T Broke, Break It

Combimouse: if It Ain’T Broke, Break It
The Combimouse was invented by Ari Zagnoev. Like its name implies, the Combimouse combines a qwerty keyboard with a mouse, resulting in a wtf-inducing, but allegedly functional bizarro thing. The idea behind the Combimouse is to create an “effortless transition between keyboard and mouse operation” by integrating the mouse into the right half of the conventional keyboard.

How to Make Your Psp Less Portable in a Few Complicated Steps

How to Make Your Psp Less Portable in a Few Complicated Steps
The real beauty of portable game systems is that they’re, well, portable. They fit comfortably into a pocket so that you can haul ’em around and play whenever you have a spare moment. Now, the PSP may look slick in all its iterations, but it’s never been the most pocket-friendly apparatus.