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Tag: Keyboard

Typo Pill Cases Help You From Making Mistakes with Your Pills

Typo Pill Cases Help You From Making Mistakes with Your Pills
Do you need to take pills every day? Yeah, I hate it as much as you do – but it’s your health, right? It’s easy to forget whether or not you took your daily regimen, so it’s always a good idea to get a pill case to make sure you don’t skip or double-dose your meds or vitamins.

Dragon Quest Slime Keyboard Has Funnest Function Keys Ever

Dragon Quest Slime Keyboard Has Funnest Function Keys Ever
Fans of the DragonQuest series will immediately recognize the little blue blobs along the top of this keyboard as the game’s iconic Slime. Can you think of a more awesome looking keyboard?
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Logitech Solar Keyboard K760: One Keyboard to Rule Them All

Logitech Solar Keyboard K760: One Keyboard to Rule Them All
If you’re like me, you probably tend to use all of your OS X and iOS devices simultaneously, which is one reason why I like the Logitech Wireless Keyboard K760. It doesn’t have a numeric keypad, but this single keyboard will work with all of your devices.

Synthesizer Necklace Incapable of Playing a Bad Note

Synthesizer Necklace Incapable of Playing a Bad Note
Girls with style who also happen to enjoy the sound of electronic music will love this necklace, done up to look just like a tiny synthesizer. While it doesn’t actually play a tune, it still looks awesome.

MaKey MaKey Turns Everyday Objects Into Keypads: Me LiKey LiKey

MaKey MaKey Turns Everyday Objects Into Keypads: Me LiKey LiKey
Several days ago we saw Disney’s plan for turning everyday objects – including humans – into touch-sensitive interfaces. The MaKey MaKey is a lot simpler than that, but what it does is still very impressive. Any object that can conduct “at least a tiny bit of electricity” – fruits, Play-Doh, humans, water, etc.

Logitech Solar Keyboard Folio: A Slimmer iPad Keyboard Case

Logitech Solar Keyboard Folio: A Slimmer iPad Keyboard Case
I have the original Logitech Keyboard Case at home, but I have to admit that it’s slightly too bulky to lug around everywhere. Logitech has upped the ante with their new Solar Keyboard Folio, which looks even thinner.

Brydge iPad Keyboard: Admit It Apple, This is a Good Idea

Brydge iPad Keyboard: Admit It Apple, This is a Good Idea
It seems like every week, a new keyboard case for the iPad is released. I wouldn’t be surprised if Apple itself releases its own version, but if they don’t, the Brydge just might be the keyboard case that will win over devoted Apple fans: it looks good, it’s made of aluminum (and it’s expensive.)

The Keyboard Light Switch: Type On, Type Off

The Keyboard Light Switch: Type On, Type Off
There are some funky light switches around, but these keyboard light switches from the Italian company PLH are definitely distinctive. Instead of using plain switches, they decided to use something ubiquitous that almost everyone uses: a computer keyboard.

Stop Walking on Sunshine; Walk on Keyboards Instead!

Stop Walking on Sunshine; Walk on Keyboards Instead!
Computers are pretty much useless without the keyboard. If you didn’t have anything to type stuff to input, then you can’t really expect any output, right? As homage to one of the most key pieces of the computer (pun intended), some people thought that it would be mighty clever to make Flip-Flops in their honor.

NoteBookCase for iPad 2: iPad Air

NoteBookCase for iPad 2: iPad Air
We’ve already seen a number of keyboard cases for the iPad that are going for the laptop look. Here’s a case that has just the right color to make the iPad 2 look a lot like a MacBook Air, although it’s actually made of plastic.

iCog Hades Keyboard for iPad Takes Your Typing to a Different Century

iCog Hades Keyboard for iPad Takes Your Typing to a Different Century
Your 3rd Gen iPad may be the newest tablet on the block, but you can instantly make it look a few centuries old by stuffing it inside the iCog Hades.

Adesso Compagno 3 Keyboard Case Perfect for White iPads

Adesso Compagno 3 Keyboard Case Perfect for White iPads
While there are already quite a few different keyboard cases out there for iPads, depending on where you are located or how exactly you use your iPad, this new one might be a good option for mobile warriors, especially those of you who prefer a white case to a black one.

Keyboard Stationery Set Might Confuse Touch Typists

Keyboard Stationery Set Might Confuse Touch Typists
I’ve been using a keyboard for so long that I rarely look down at the keys anymore. The only time I’ve really had to adjust was going from my old PC keyboard to the flat and slightly different layout of my Mac’s keyboard – oh and when I used a netbook with its awful 95% actual size keys.

Humble Hacker Keyboard: The Key to Optimized Programming

Humble Hacker Keyboard: The Key to Optimized Programming
There are huge advantages to having standardized hardware, but the obvious trade-off is that people with specialized needs will find them wanting for more. In the case of keyboards for example, certain tasks will require more frequent use of some keys, which may not be placed at the optimum position in the standard keyboard layout.

Virtual Chorded Keyboard for Tablets: Piano Prose

Virtual Chorded Keyboard for Tablets: Piano Prose
Touch-based interfaces have generally made it easier for the user to interact with devices, but that’s not the case when it comes to typing. Virtual on-screen keyboards have small keys, provide no tactile feedback and take up a significant amount of the screen.

WASD Custom Keyboards Put ColorWare to Shame

WASD Custom Keyboards Put ColorWare to Shame
Computer mice come in many shapes, sizes and colors, not to mention variety in the number of buttons. But there’s less variety to be found in keyboards, or so I thought until I saw the V1 Custom Mechanical Keyboard by WASD Keyboards.
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