Keyboard

Cherry MX Silent Keyboard Review

Cherry, a German company known mainly for its high-end mechanical keyboard switches, also sells a line of keyboards. The Cherry MX Board Silent is the first to feature Cherry’s noise-optimized silent MX key switches for a mechanical keyboard feel minus the traditional click-clacking that might be disruptive in some office environments. For the high price though, the Cherry MX Silent …

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The Bastron Transparent Touch Glass keyboard – now you see it, now you don’t

The Bastron Ver.3 Transparent Touch Glass Keyboard is a cool looking keyboard that is made out of tempered glass and has a gold colored aluminum frame. It is a USB keyboard (micro-USB cable included) that is touch sensitive, waterproof, supports gesture controls, and even has a blue LED backlight feature. If you enjoy an unusual twist …

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iPazzPort wireless keyboard review

Computer keyboards are almost a dime a dozen anymore. With different sizes, ergonomic, backlit, nonbacklit, wireless and wired. I will be honest I still use the original keyboard that was provided with my desktop computer. So, in order get me to want to switch over to a new keyboard it has to have some interesting …

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Truly Ergonomic keyboard (TEK) model 227 review

When you sit behind a computer all day long and then go home and do the same thing, you want keyboard that is as comfortable as possible to use. And when you touch type like I do, you want to make sure that keyboard doesn’t end up causing carpal tunnel problems with your wrists. When …

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Talk to the hand: Gest hopes to replace keyboards

Gest

Keyboards are so 30 years ago and the creators of Gest say it’s time for an upgrade. Gest is a device people can wear on their hands to control a computer or smartphone. Users can customize gestures for keyboard shortcuts, to adjust music, control lights and adjust sliders in Photoshop. If you have a Gest for each hand, …

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Keyboardio Model 01 presales begin on Kickstarter

Keyboardio’s Model 01 ergonomic keyboard launched on Kickstarter Monday, June 15. Keyboardio hit its $120,000 goal in 2.5 hours and currently stand at $370,000 in funding. The Keyboardio Model 01 features an adjustable two-piece maple body, an advanced ergonomic design, sculpted keycaps, and applications-specific macros. Built on Arduino technology, the Model 01 is hacker-friendly open …

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Synergy offers Pro version with SSL encryption

Synergy, a mouse and keyboard sharing utility, recently released a new version of its software – Synergy Pro. The Pro version offers turn-key SSL encryption, which helps keep sensitive data safe on public networks, as well as upgraded technical support. Synergy lets you use one mouse and keyboard combination on two or more different computers. …

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Phorm is the world’s first morphing touchscreen case

Typing on a touchscreen is more difficult that typing on normal keyboards because the smooth, flat screen offers you no physical clues to let you know if you’ve even touched a key as you type.  The Phorm case changes that by overlaying physical clues on the touchscreen when you need it.  Slide a switch on the …

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KeyShair lets you share your desktop or laptop’s keyboard and mouse with your smartphone

How would you like to use a full sized keyboard and mouse to interact with your smartphone and tablet without having to carry a set of peripherals with you? You can with the KeyShair from IOGear. Just plug the KeyShair USB adapter into a desktop or laptop computer (PC or Mac), run the built in app …

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Microsoft All-in-One Media Keyboard review

I decided that I would write this review with the product I’m reviewing, the Microsoft All-in-One Media keyboard, and I’ll tell you right from the start that it is likely the last thing that I’ll type with this keyboard. After several weeks of cramped typing at my desk, I’m really looking forward to getting back …

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Past meets future with the Qwerkywriter mechanical keyboard

When I was a kid, I used my mom’s old Underwood typewriter to write my own stories and newsletters that only myself and my sister read. I loved that typewriter, fitting in a piece of paper, twisting the knob on the platen to position the paper, pressing down the keys and seeing the individual type …

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