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Tag: Keyboard

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.

Elecom Portable Smartphone Keyboard: Smart, But Expensive

Elecom Portable Smartphone Keyboard: Smart, But Expensive
I kind of understand the need for a keyboard with today’s smartphones, but to be honest, you can type pretty quickly with your fingers on your touchscreen, once you get used to it. If you can’t and absolutely need a keyboard to get things done with your phone, then check out Elecom’s collapsible Bluetooth keyboard.

Wooden iPad Station Makes an Apple 1Pad

Wooden iPad Station Makes an Apple 1Pad
Most of you are probably too young to remember what the original Apple computer looked like. The few of us who do, recall it looking like a wooden box with a keyboard built into the top.

Keyboard Contact Lens Case Helps You Find the Right Type of Lens

Keyboard Contact Lens Case Helps You Find the Right Type of Lens
I tried to replace my corrective glasses with contact lenses, but after about a thousand and three tries of putting them on it just seemed silly to me to damage my eye further. But those of you who do wear contacts should find this geeky lens case to be quite convenient.

Modular Puzzle Keyboard Lets You Re-arrange the Keys to Your Heart’s Content

Modular Puzzle Keyboard Lets You Re-arrange the Keys to Your Heart’s Content
Do you hate how the letters are arranged on all of the keyboards that are currently on the market? If your fingers never really got used to how the keys were arranged, then you’d better hope that this concept design called the ‘Puzzle Keyboard’ gets picked up someday.

Natural Keyboard Grown from a Laser Cutter

Natural Keyboard Grown from a Laser Cutter
We’ve seen wooden computer peripherals before, but designer and programmer Robbie Tilton took it a step further. Turned off by the synthetic, “visually bland and tactilely inept” design of some gadgets, Tilton made a keyboard that looks like it sprung out from the ground.

Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E. 5: Gaming Keyboard, Assemble!

Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E. 5: Gaming Keyboard, Assemble!
Sometimes it seems like gaming keyboards are a dime a dozen. They are all pretty much the same; you can count on anti-ghosting technology and backlighting along with the ability to record macros on many keyboards.

FAVI Mini Bluetooth Keyboard Has a Trackpad and Works with Just about Anything

FAVI Mini Bluetooth Keyboard Has a Trackpad and Works with Just about Anything
If you have a HTPC in your living room or spend a lot of time using a tablet or smartphone and wish you had a small keyboard, check this out. A company called FAVI Entertainment has released a palm-sized keyboard that supports just about any portable device on the market including Android tablets and just about anything else with Bluetooth connectivity.

Logitech G710+ Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Offers Tactile Feedback with Less Clicking

Logitech G710+ Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Offers Tactile Feedback with Less Clicking
There a lot of touch typists out there who love mechanical keyboards with all their clickety-clacking and loads of tactile feedback. Though people who sit around mechanical keyboards in an office often don’t care so much for the noise they produce.

Keyboard Wall Art: Mavis Beacon Teaches Painting

Keyboard Wall Art: Mavis Beacon Teaches Painting
Last week, we featured an sculpture of a horse that was made out of old keyboards. While it was truly impressive, there’s no chance you’ll be putting it in your house any time soon. Here’s some keyboard art you might actually hang on your wall.

Babis Cloud Trojan Horse: Is There a Computer Hiding Inside?

Babis Cloud Trojan Horse: Is There a Computer Hiding Inside?
I spend so much time in front of a computer that I do see myself sometimes being buried with one. However, keyboards are definitely a nice piece of technology, which can be used in a variety of different ways.

iControlPad 2: Control All the Things

iControlPad 2: Control All the Things
Finally. I think the mobile controller that I’ve been waiting for has arrived. And it’s not from Apple, Samsung or any of the major mobile device manufacturers. It’s from a small company, the same one who made the iControlPad.

Orée Board Wooden Bluetooth Keyboard Looks Good, Naturally

Orée Board Wooden Bluetooth Keyboard Looks Good, Naturally
As any touch-typist will tell you, the feel of the keys on a keyboard are quite important, a bit less that the spacing, but it’s one of the reasons why certain keyboards feel good and others don’t.