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Smartype keyboard help users to improve accuracy by being able to see what they type on its display screen
It’s so hard to type anything without committing any mistakes. Most people glance at the keyboard while typing, just to check if their pressing on the right keys. Fortunately, a company has come up with keyboard concept that improves a user’s typing skills.Read the rest of the article »
Logitech's washable keyboard is now availale for pre-order in the U.S.
The Washable Keyboard K310 features a laser printed and UV-coated keys that won’t fade after being cleaned with water. It also has a drainage holes located at the back of the keyboard, so water can escape, allowing it to dry faster.Read the rest of the article »
Japanese case turns iPad 2 into full netbook, includes USB port, charging and a MacBook Pro-like keyboard.
For roughly $75 you can turn your iPad 2 into a full netbook, thanks to a Japanese distributor that offers this new custom made case which brings the styling and other netbook-like functions to your beloved iPad2.Read the rest of the article »
Official Blackberry Playbook Keypad, starts shipping March 23, will retail for $120
At last, the Blackberry Playbook, will now have it’s official keypad and it called the Mini Keyboard.
The Mini Keyboard is designed for the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet and enables the user to Write emails, edit documents and surf the web, complete with left and right mouse clicks, just like a desktop and laptop computer. It also comes with convertible case, that lets you easily carry your PlayBook and keyboard together.
According to sources, it will start shipping on March 23 and will retail for $120. We still have to hear an official announcement from RIM, regarding the price and availability of the Mini Keyboard. It seems that you can already pre-order this new product from the online store, The Source.View Article Source »
Dell is coming up with a design that’s unlike any other tablet found in the market. Their "soon-to-come" 7-inch tablet will be packed with a keyboard.
Instead of imitating the look and feel of the iPad as with the other tablet manufacturers, Dell has apparently improved on the Apple tablet’s weakest characteristic, the keyboard. The split keyboard is part of a slide-out keypad that gives each of its users’ thumbs an easy shot at quick typing.
Dell presented the prototype in both black and white finishes. Each had a rear camera which hopefully will have better quality than the iPad. This tablet gives tech geeks a feeling of déjà vu, as it looks close to the failed tablets of five years ago that Microsoft and Intel codenamed “Project Origami.”Read the rest of the article »
Choosing the right gaming keyboard can be tough. With dozens of keyboards available in the market today, what are the best ones out there that will feed my lust for blood or guns or whatever?
Getting the right mouse is one thing, getting the right keyboard is another. Just like a gaming mouse, the gaming keyboard is the heart and soul of an entire gaming experience. Each press of a button can spell the difference of victory or defeat whether it’s a role-playing game, a first-person shooter game, and others. But what does make a gaming keyboard great? And are there any gaming keyboards out there that shine/light up above the rest of its kind? Hit the break and find out our list of the best gaming keyboards along with a crash course in choosing the right one for your gaming needs.Read the rest of the article »
For an office worker or for someone who needs a computer but does not know how to use it safely, the Chrome OS might be the operating system that answers their problems.
Though Google is not sharing any secrets about its Chrome OS, there seems to be a type or person in mind for its desktop system. With the help of Chrome OS Linux desktop, Google looks like targeting two very different audiences. The first group is the office workers, while the second one are those users who really don’t know the first thing on how to use a computer safely even if they are computer literate.Read the rest of the article »
Google has confirmed that it's going to reveal the first Chrome OS netbook today. And the special keyboard incorporated for the web-based OS is roaming across the web.
Google is scheduled to reveal its first Chrome OS today. However, the blogosphere is busy scrutinizing a special keyboard for the web-based OS released by Engadget.
The chicklet keyboard does not bear any Chrome OS branding, but it has some unique keys designed for a notebook with a web-based OS. In particular, the keyboard has a dedicated search key. But there is a problem with the Chrome OS keyboard. Acer’s ZGA Chrome netbook also sports the same keyboard with a dedicated search key. So does this mean that the Chrome OS keyboard is not unique at all?
More Chrome OS news are coming, so don’t forget to visit Gadg more often.View Article Source »
It's sleek, and produces tactile functions. And it says: "Just as you would on a MacBook." But compare to MacBook Trackpad, is there something that you wouldn't like about Apple Magic Trackpad?
First, let’s talk about the appearance. The Magic Trackpad is a sleek representation in aluminun, plastic and glass. It has a wider area than a MacBook trackpad, that allows more than 80 percent of multi touch gesture. After removing it from the package, all you have to do is press the power button, and voila! Your Magic Trackpad is recognized by any Bluetooth-enabled Mac, even on Windows. However, the gestures is available only for OS X 10.6.4 Software on Intel Macs.
The whole surface is the hardware itself. Approximately four-by-five inches of tactile glass, it is intended to follow function. At the bottom of the device are two, rubber feet in effect for left and right mouse buttons. Clicking the corners provide touchable feedback. Flip the trackpad on the side and you’ll see its less-than-an-inch thickness, excluding the cylindrical housing meant for two AA batteries. One end holds the power button, and the other can be unscrewed for battery access. The Magic Trackpad fits perfectly for the Apple Wireless Keyboard, only it’s not a mouse.Read the rest of the article »
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