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Tag: Keyboard

Befine Multi-Language Keyboard Cover: Polyglove

Befine Multi-Language Keyboard Cover: Polyglove
I don’t like using keyboard covers. The ones I’ve tried feel too squishy and don’t fit perfectly. But I get why people would want Befine’s upcoming line of keyboard covers. Made for the Macbook Air, Macbook Pro and the Apple wireless keyboard, the covers will localize keyboards for people who use other characters aside from the ones in the Latin alphabet.

FabricSkin Keyboard Folio is Perfect for Your Cross-Dressing iPad

FabricSkin Keyboard Folio is Perfect for Your Cross-Dressing iPad
Deep down, if your iPad really wants to look like a Microsoft Surface RT tablet, Logitech can help make that happen. The company has announced a thin new keyboard case specifically for the second, third, and fourth generation iPad tablets.

QuickFire Stealth Keyboard Gives Geeks the Clicky Keys They Love

QuickFire Stealth Keyboard Gives Geeks the Clicky Keys They Love
Cooler Master has announced a new gaming keyboard that has those clicky mechanical keys that gamers know and love. Clicky keys are also favored by touch typists thanks to nice tactile feedback and the fact that the clicky clacking can drive your cubicle mates insane.

Keyboard Sofa Bed: My Type of Furniture

Keyboard Sofa Bed: My Type of Furniture
How often do you end up falling asleep on your keyboard? Hopefully not very often. It’s pretty uncomfortable and can make your cheek look like a grid of squares. The folks at ZO-loft (which also happens to be the name of an antidepressant) designed this sofa bed to make the whole process a bit more comfortable.

Seaboard Musical Instrument Has Truly Pressure Sensitive Keys: Piano 3.0

Seaboard Musical Instrument Has Truly Pressure Sensitive Keys: Piano 3.0
…if you know how to play the piano or any other chordophone you might be thinking, “All keyboards are pressure sensitive!” Which is true: the harder you strike a key on a piano, the louder the sound it makes.

iPad Mini Leather Bluetooth Keyboard Case: GTD on Tiny Keys

iPad Mini Leather Bluetooth Keyboard Case: GTD on Tiny Keys
The iPad Mini’s form factor needs a bit of getting used to, but it doesn’t take long before your forget that it’s smaller than an iPad and that you start trying to get things done on it.

The Executive Keyboard Belongs in The Hudsucker Proxy

The Executive Keyboard Belongs in The Hudsucker Proxy
I’ve always thought that the computer keyboards you can buy at most stores are pretty dull. I’m really surprised that there aren’t more really custom keyboards available given the fact that each person really has their own style.

Throne of Nerds: A Song of USB and QWERTY

Throne of Nerds: A Song of USB and QWERTY
The iron throne is made up of many many sharp swords, but what would a throne look like in a nerd kingdom? Well, it would probably look something like this Throne of Nerds, covered with keyboards everywhere.

Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard for iPad Mini: GTD on Teeny Keys

Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard for iPad Mini: GTD on Teeny Keys
After using an iPad, I had a hard time understanding the need for a smaller tablet, until I played with an iPad Mini at an Apple Store. They are very light and compact compared to a regular-sized iPad.

E-Ink Keyboard Concept: Optimus Monochromus

E-Ink Keyboard Concept: Optimus Monochromus
The Optimus Maximus keyboard from Art Lebedev was cool, but it was way too expensive for most people, especially since keyboards are used so often and can break over time. I can only imagine what repetitive typing would do to all of those expensive little OLED displays.

Enter Key Doormat: Type with Your Toes

Enter Key Doormat: Type with Your Toes
Show your guests that they’re welcome, while at the same time letting them know you’re a true computer nerd with this fun doormat from Russia’s Art Lebedev.

Archos Ultrathin Keyboard for iPad: Barely Thicker than the Smart Cover

Archos Ultrathin Keyboard for iPad: Barely Thicker than the Smart Cover
One of the coolest things about the newer iPad models is the Smart Cover that turns the tablet on and off when you open or close the cover. There also have been a number of iPad Bluetooth keyboards, but most of them add significant bulk to Apple’s slim tablet.

SteelSeries Apex LED Gaming Keyboard Lets You Customize its Colors

SteelSeries Apex LED Gaming Keyboard Lets You Customize its Colors
There are tons of gaming keyboards on the market today, and many of them share the same basic feature set. Acessory maker SteelSeries has unveiled a new gaming keyboard called the Apex that has an impressively customizable backlighting system to set it apart from the masses.

Magnetic iPhone 5 Keyboard & Gamepad: Stick & Switch

Magnetic iPhone 5 Keyboard & Gamepad: Stick & Switch
I’m hoping future iPhones will be equipped with Tactus’ tactile touchscreen, but until then those of us who need physical keys will have to settle for iPhone keyboards. The EX Hybrid Controller seems like a good option for iPhone 5 owners.

Tactus Touchscreen Tablet Has a Keyboard You Can Really Feel

Tactus Touchscreen Tablet Has a Keyboard You Can Really Feel
Last year, we showed you an early prototype of technology from Tactus Technology which can turn a flat screen into a tactile surface. Now, at CES 2013, Tactus is showing off a full 7-inch tablet that uses the technology to dynamically add a keyboard to the screen only when needed.

Razer Orbweaver Keypad Puts Just the Gaming Keys in Your Left Hand

Razer Orbweaver Keypad Puts Just the Gaming Keys in Your Left Hand
The problem I always had using a full-size keyboard for gaming with games that have a lot of commands bound to keystrokes was remembering which of those keys activated the commands I was looking for. I often felt that using a smaller keyboard or even a keypad was better because it was easier to remember where macros and commands were set up.

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