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Tag: Keyboard

Keyboard Shortcut Art Issues Command: Buy This!

Keyboard Shortcut Art Issues Command: Buy This!
If you’ve been searching for fun affordable art that features those convenient shortcut keys, this might be your lucky day. Clever Brooklyn graphic designer Christopher David Ryan has created the Command print series for his online shop, My Little Underground.

Giant Keyboard Requires Massive Fingers (or Toes)

Giant Keyboard Requires Massive Fingers (or Toes)
If you’ve ever complained that the keys on your computer are too small for your fingers, have I got a keyboard for you. This ginormous keyboard is so big – How big is it, Bob? – It’s so big that in order to type on it, you need to walk almost 20 feet to get from one end of the keyboard to the other.

Performance-Enhancing Keyboard Skins for Your Mac

Performance-Enhancing Keyboard Skins for Your Mac
If you can’t keep your apple-shift-Ls straight from your apple-shift-Ps then these performance-enhancing keyboard shortcut skins might be just the thing for you. Designed for use with Macs in Photoshop, Aperture, and more, these skins are like the Cliff’s Notes for the modern era.

Steampunk Computer Accessories Hit Ebay

Steampunk Computer Accessories Hit Ebay
This certainly isn’t the first time that I’ve seen a steampunk computer design, but it’s a quick way for you to turn your machine into something that H.G. Wells himself would be proud of. Recently sighted over on eBay, here’s a set of custom-modded steampunk accessories for your PC.

Handpainted Keyboards Offer Dazzling, Dizzying Designs

Handpainted Keyboards Offer Dazzling, Dizzying Designs
If you’re like most people, your computer keyboard is probably either black, white or some shade in between. If you happen to have an older PC or Mac, maybe it’s a cigarette smoke-tinged beige. These handpainted USB keyboards couldn’t bend the rules more.

Tonal Plexus Synthesizers Get Up to 1688 Keys

Tonal Plexus Synthesizers Get Up to 1688 Keys
If you thought that the 312-key Chromatone synthesizer had a few more keys than your everyday piano, just wait ’til you get a load of the Tonal Plexus and its even more plentiful keyboard design. The Tonal Plexus series of keyboards is a micro-tonal input device featuring rows and rows of buttons which generate tones with far more precision than an 88-key piano can handle.

My Touch Keys Adds Tactile Feedback to iPhone, Sorta.

My Touch Keys Adds Tactile Feedback to iPhone, Sorta.
Do you love the iPhone, but struggle with the smooth on-screen keyboard? Personally, I’ve found it pretty easy to use, but the touchscreen definitely doesn’t offer the touch-typing feedback that you get with physical keys. This new, low cost screen overlay for the iPhone claims to provide tactile cues to your fingertips to help them find their way.

IPhone + Piano = Iano

IPhone + Piano = Iano
I don’t know what’s in the water this week, but I seem to have a serious music theme going on here. Do you like to play piano? Got an iPhone? Well, if you happen to have jailbroken yours, you can now turn it into a musical instrument.

Giant Mouse Pad Offers Tons of Surface Area

Giant Mouse Pad Offers Tons of Surface Area
Do you ever find yourself running out of space on your mouse pad? This massive mousing surface gives you plenty of room to roam. The smartly designed Ratscar Deskpad eSporter XXL provides a huge work area which gives you usable space on both the left and right side of your keyboard.

Keyboard Folds in Half to Fit in Overhead Bins

Keyboard Folds in Half to Fit in Overhead Bins
Here’s a unique keyboard for the musician who’s got to take their instrument everywhere they go. The Infinite Response Vax 77 is designed to fold in half so it can fit in the overhead compartment on airplanes.

Touchpal Brings iPhone-Like Keyboard to Windows Mobile

Touchpal Brings iPhone-Like Keyboard to Windows Mobile
When it comes to the iPhone’s slick user interface, I guess imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Case-in-point: this new application for Windows Mobile devices which mimics, and actually improves upon the iPhone’s touchscreen keyboard.

Thummer: This Synthesizer is All About Expression

Thummer: This Synthesizer is All About Expression
If that 312-key keyboard I told you about recently was a little too complex for you to wrap your head around, here’s another electronic musical instrument that I came across, and this one only has 114 buttons.

Xbox 360 Messenger Keypad Price, Release Date

Xbox 360 Messenger Keypad Price, Release Date
I first told you about the Xbox 360 Instant Messenger keypad way back in April. For months, the device has been nowhere to be found, and my fingers have gone numb attempting to reply to IM conversations while I’m trying to play Bioshock.

Luxeed LED Rainbow Keyboard: Disco on Your Desk

Luxeed LED Rainbow Keyboard: Disco on Your Desk
Is that drab old monochromatic keyboard getting you down? This keyboard from Korea’s Luxeed features color changing LEDs under each and every key. While it can certainly be used to produce seizure-inducing displays of blinking color, the keyboard comes with software that lets you do more subtle things, like just set the keyboard to a light up with a single hue that strikes your mood, or create intricate patterns of color.

Chromatone 312 Key Synth Laughs in the Face of 88 Keys

Chromatone 312 Key Synth Laughs in the Face of 88 Keys
Here’s an interesting tidbit of recent history for any electronic musicians out there. A couple of years back, a strange little company called Chromatone thought it was time for an overhaul of the traditional 88 keys on pianos (or less on many synthesizers.)

Mouse + Calculator = Mouse-U-Lator?

Mouse + Calculator = Mouse-U-Lator?
Here’s a combo gadget that seems like a pretty good idea on paper, but I don’t know how practical it really is. This USB device from Lexibook mixes an optical mouse, a calculator and a numeric keypad in a single package.