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.
Looking for a truly unusual watch? These geeky new watches from Hong Kong look sort of like those Casio calculator watches, but without the LCD screen. The Click Keypad watch actually uses the numbered keys on the front of the watch to tell time instead of for doing math.
While I’ve always enjoyed a full keyboard, switching to a smaller one for my Mac hasn’t been a big issue. I can learn to live without a numeric keypad, although I’d rather not. If you’re like me, then you’ll probably be happy to hear that Cropmark’s numeric keypad is now available and perfectly matches your Apple gear.
Are you a Mac user that misses the good old days? You know, the days when your iMac actually shipped with a whole keyboard. I’ll admit, I do like the portability of my miniature keyboard, but it just doesn’t work as an everyday peripheral.
Razer and Belkin have teamed up to resurrect a gaming icon from days gone by. The two companies have unveiled an updated version of the Nostromo gaming keypad. I had one of those things years ago and it was a good way to shed the keyboard and have less space taken up on your desk.
Yeah, yeah, Apple is probably going to announce some sort of wondrous new multitouch input peripherals when it makes its rumored product announcements this week, but does that mean that Windows users can’t have at least a little multitouch lovin’ in the mean time?
Just in case you haven’t spent enough money on your PS3, there’s a hot new attachment, just in time for the holidays: a wireless keypad add-on designed to make communicating simple.
At $49.99, the add-on may seem a little expensive, particularly when most gamers gravitate toward voice-communication in online gaming, but sometimes a little typing is necessary.
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.
Well the good news is that Microsoft has confirmed that the device will be hitting stores next week, on or about September 4th.