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This Keyboard Does What Microsoft Natural Keyboard Failed To Do

Keyboard was invented decades ago but the birth of computers did not invented keyboard; the keyboard design was essentially a carryover from the typewriter keyboard which was invented nearly 150 years ago. From then until today, not a lot has changed with a few attempt to alter the ergonomic, albeit not quite successfully. Case-in-point: Microsoft Natural keyboard. It didn’t go down well with a lot of users; it was big, clunky piece of hardware that, despite the ergonomic layout, forces your fingers to stretch to access some keys. Continue reading This Keyboard Does What Microsoft Natural Keyboard Failed To Do

Logitech CRAFT Advanced Keyboard Comes With A Creative Input Dial

If you are a designer who work with creative software like Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Premiere Pro, you will want this “flagship” keyboard from Logitech, called Logitech CRAFT Advanced Keyboard. What makes this keyboard so unique is the inclusion of a Creative Input Dial (refer to as “Crown”) which gives you greater creative control. The Crown is capable of recognizing the software you use and offers you access to the tools you need with a touch, tap and turn. In the case of Adobe Photoshop, the Crown lets you adjust parameters like image brightness, contrast and saturation, and pretty much anything you desire. Continue reading Logitech CRAFT Advanced Keyboard Comes With A Creative Input Dial

Samsung Introduced Monster Width QLED Gaming Monitor At Gamescom

Gamers, forget about multi-monitor setup just to get the dream 170-ish field of view because Samsung has the one monitor that will have 178-degree viewing angle, both horizontally and vertically, covered. Meet Samsung CHG90 QLED Ultra-Wide Gaming Monitor, the current world’s largest OLED gaming monitor that stretches a whopping 49-inch diagonally. CHG90 offers an insane 32:9 aspect ratio, in High Dynamic Range, no less, and boasts a 3,840 x 1,080 resolution and an 1800R curvature to ensure a seamless, immersive gaming experience. Continue reading Samsung Introduced Monster Width QLED Gaming Monitor At Gamescom

Razer’s New Mouse For Productivity Packs A Cool 350 Hours Of Battery Life

Changing batteries of a wireless mouse is a hassle and it can become rather costly over time. Understanding this, gaming lifestyle brand Razer has developed Atheris, a wireless mouse that’s geared towards productivity with lag-free wireless gaming-grade performance and touts the longest-lasting battery life from a single pair of AA batteries. So how long is it are we talking about? 350 freaking hours. Three-five-zero. That’s how long it is. For a person who have being putting up with Apple’s older Magic Mouse, this is no doubt a welcome news. Continue reading Razer’s New Mouse For Productivity Packs A Cool 350 Hours Of Battery Life

Razer Quietly Announced A Chroma-enabled Headphone Stand/USB Hub

If you have a pair of crazy awesome headphones like the Tiamat 7.1 V2, you would want a proper receptacle or holder such as, for example, a headphone/headset stand, to hold it when it is not in use. But you probably don’t want just any headphone stand. You will want the Razer Base Station Chroma. So what the hell is a Razer Base Station Chroma you ask? Well, it is yet another element of customizable Chroma lighting that adds more dazzling eye-candy to your gaming setup and while doing so, it also serves as a practical desktop headphone stand and a USB hub. Continue reading Razer Quietly Announced A Chroma-enabled Headphone Stand/USB Hub

Meet WhiteFox, A Sweet, Fully-programmable Mechanical Keyboard

The awesome clickety clack sound when typing on a keyboard is something quickly becoming a thing of the past. I mean, sure, however quiet keyboards are, they will still create a signature noise, but it will never be the same as what the good’ol mechanical keyboard reproduces. That, along with the bold ambition to make the best keyboard in the world, lead to the birth of WhiteFox keyboard. The brainchild of WhiteFox keyboard is keyboard designer Matteo Spinelli who, with the help of Input Club, brought WhiteFox to life. Continue reading Meet WhiteFox, A Sweet, Fully-programmable Mechanical Keyboard

AOC Computer Monitors Go Luxury With Studio F.A. Porsche Collab

AOC has teamed up with the legendary Studio F.A. Porsche to unveiled a couple of delightful computer monitors. The AOC Studio fa porscheAOC x Studio F.A. Porsche Monitor Series, as it is called, comprises of two models: a 24-inch AOC PDS241 and a 27-inch AOC PDS271. Each model boasts an near-frameless IPS panel, an ultra-slim premium design and an asymmetrical metal stand – an unmistakable hallmark of Porsche. What makes the AOC x Studio F.A. Porsche Monitor Series stands out is the minimalist approach that extends to the cable management. Continue reading AOC Computer Monitors Go Luxury With Studio F.A. Porsche Collab

Plotter For Both Home And Pros Set To Hit Kickstarter For Under $100

Some people are good at drawings using traditional writing instruments while some flair better with digital ink on touch-enabled devices. If you belongs to latter, then you may be interested in this upcoming desktop gadget, simply called Plotter. Plotter is, well, a plotter. It is like a printer, only more alive in a sense that it plots out your designs and art – with precision – onto papers of all gradients and thickness. So, you must be thinking, “then what’s the difference between a plotter and a regular printer?” Well, with Plotter, you have one major difference: the “ink” is virtually any marking instruments you desire, be it pencil, pen, or even glitter pen. Continue reading Plotter For Both Home And Pros Set To Hit Kickstarter For Under $100

ASUS Newest Wireless Router Has A Gaping Hole And Isn’t A Black Box

Believe it or not, what you are looking at is a wireless router from Taiwanese computer maker, ASUS, called Blue Cave. Wireless router without antennas is not new, but one that isn’t rectangular and black is kind of refreshing, and so is one with a gaping hole right smack in the middle. At a glance, one may mistook as a model of a radical architecture, or an air purifier – thanks to the holes-ridden facade around the back. Of course, it isn’t because we already told you so. This AC2600 dual-band wireless router is designed for the grunt that comes with growing demand for wireless connectivity in a household and that’s where the bold design comes in. Continue reading ASUS Newest Wireless Router Has A Gaping Hole And Isn’t A Black Box

ASUS Takes On Raspberry Pi With Its Own Credit Card-sized Tinker Board

We featured quite a handful of Raspberry Pi-powered projects here and until now, it seems like the words “Raspberry Pi-powered” are going to be on the lips of many makers and hobbyists. Well, not quite, if ASUS can help it. ASUS has officially enter into the maker space, a lively community where tinkerers, hobbyists need the piece of electronics to get their projects going. Officially known as Tinker Board, this credit card-sized Raspberry Pi challenger features an ARM SoC boasting a quadcore 1.8 GHz processor with heatsink, a Mali T764 GPU that supports HD and UHD playback, 2GB Dual Channel LPDDR3 RAM, and a SD 3.0 microSD slot for OS/storage. Continue reading ASUS Takes On Raspberry Pi With Its Own Credit Card-sized Tinker Board