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Tag: Keyboard

Steampunk Arm Guard Has Working Bluetooth Keyboard: Typepunk

Steampunk Arm Guard Has Working Bluetooth Keyboard: Typepunk
There’s just something so retro-futuristic about the idea of giant wrist-worn communicators. In the real world, we pretty much skipped right over these  contraptions and went straight to smartphones. So if you don’t have a Pip-Boy 3000 lying around, here’s the next best thing.

Qii Roll-up Mobile Keyboard: Cool Design, But Will It Be Made?

Qii Roll-up Mobile Keyboard: Cool Design, But Will It Be Made?
There are plenty of options for people who prefer to get stuff done on their mobile devices using an external keyboard. While I do have a bluetooth keyboard for my iPad, I rarely use one for my iPhone.

Logitech Bluetooth Keyboard & Trackpad: Made for Mac

Logitech Bluetooth Keyboard & Trackpad: Made for Mac
If you’ve got a Mac, but simply can’t stand the Apple wireless keyboard or Magic Trackpad for some reason, you’ve now got another option because Logitech has just unveiled a wireless keyboard and trackpad, made especially for Mac.

Slice Keyboard Replaces Your Virtual Keyboard With a Couple of Pies

Slice Keyboard Replaces Your Virtual Keyboard With a Couple of Pies
If the typical QWERTY keyboard just doesn’t cut it for you, then you might find a worthy alternative in the Slice keyboard. Slice is rotary keyboard where users are expected to keep at least two of their fingers on-screen while they type.

Xim Edge Pairs PC Keyboards & Mice with the Xbox 360 & PS3

Xim Edge Pairs PC Keyboards & Mice with the Xbox 360 & PS3
The Xim Edge is an adapter that lets console gamers borrow one of the strengths of the PC master race, letting you connect keyboards, mice, joysticks or other USB-based input peripherals to an Xbox 360 or a PS3.

Keyboard Coasters Prevent Spills Not Typos

Keyboard Coasters Prevent Spills Not Typos
I’m not a big fan of typing on touchscreens, as I make way more errors and type much more slowly than with an actual keyboard. Call me old-school, but I like to feel the keys under my fingers when I touch type.

i.am not.sosho ab.out will.i.am’s foto.sosho i.phone ac.ces.sor.ies

i.am not.sosho ab.out will.i.am’s foto.sosho i.phone ac.ces.sor.ies
Last week, entertainer will.i.am talked about his upcoming iPhone camera attachment that would boost the phone’s resolution up to 14MP. The announcement is now official, and here’s a look at how you can make your iPhone into a more more formidable camera.

Chew on This: Keyboard With a Plate in the Middle

Chew on This: Keyboard With a Plate in the Middle
Keyboards are every computer user’s best friend. For one, you can’t really do much on your laptop or computer without one. And if you happen to have a tablet, you’ll have to endure the pains and inconveniences of a virtual keyboard if you don’t have a physical one.

Ben Heck Analog WASD Keyboard Mod: Because You Can’t Type With a Joystick

Ben Heck Analog WASD Keyboard Mod: Because You Can’t Type With a Joystick
Modder Ben Heck has removed one of the few remaining advantages of videogame consoles over the PC master race: the analog stick. Heck sacrificed an Xbox 360 controller to make the W, A, S and D keys on his keyboard behave like the left stick on the controller, i.e.

Belkin iPad Mini Keyboard Case: You Knew It Was Coming

Belkin iPad Mini Keyboard Case: You Knew It Was Coming
I admit that I use a keyboard sleeve with my iPad, and to be honest it makes typing on my tablet a whole lot more productive. Since the iPad Mini was released, it was just a matter of time before a keyboard case for Apple’s smallest tablet would surface.

FlipType iPhone Case Adds a Tactile Keyboard on the Cheap

FlipType iPhone Case Adds a Tactile Keyboard on the Cheap
While it took me some time to become a fast texter on a touchscreen, anyone who’s had a touchscreen phone knows, that with time, you can type pretty fast on one. That being said, nothing works quite as fast as keys you can actually feel, and this is where the FlipType case comes in.

ZAGG ProFolio+ iPad Keyboard Case Offers Backlit Keys, Solid Protection

ZAGG ProFolio+ iPad Keyboard Case Offers Backlit Keys, Solid Protection
As much as I hate typing on the touch screen of my iPad, I’ve resisted buying an external keyboard for my tablet as I didn’t want to add to the bulk of my svelte Apple gadget.

Handy Dandy Mouse-Keyboard Combo Fits into Your Pocket

Handy Dandy Mouse-Keyboard Combo Fits into Your Pocket
Most of the portable keyboards I’ve seen are too bulky for my taste. Either they’re bigger than the actual device that you want to use it with or they’re twice as thick. If you’re on the hunt for a portable yet completely functional keyboard for your mobile, then look no further.

Lazerwood MacBook Pro Keycaps Will Give You Wood

Lazerwood MacBook Pro Keycaps Will Give You Wood
I’ve always rather liked the keys that Apple has been using on their keyboards over the last several years. While they’re not as thick and clicky as an old school IBM keyboard, I still find myself typing very quickly and comfortably on Apple’s keyboards.

Virtual Mobile Keyboard Reads Vibrations, Tests Your Touch Typing

Virtual Mobile Keyboard Reads Vibrations, Tests Your Touch Typing
It’s impossible to truly master typing on a tiny touch screen, hence the existence of peripherals like laser keyboards or this iPhone case. But what if your smartphone could use any surface as a keyboard without the help of additional devices?

Elecom iPad Case Becomes Full-Fledged Keyboard

Elecom iPad Case Becomes Full-Fledged Keyboard
Keyboard-cases are nothing new for iPads, but it takes a certain mix of elements to make a really good one. After tackling your smartphone typing needs, Elecom decided to create a keyboard-case for your tablet.

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