Here’s a “keyboard” that couldn’t be more apt in this day and age. Words, be it comments or information and whatnot, brashly sent over the internet sometimes could have explosive consequences and hence, it perfectly illustrates how words – the very thing that formed information – could be a weapon.
Remember Keychron K3 Ultra-slim Mechanical Keyboard that we were pretty excited about? Well, we managed to secure a unit and put it through its paces. Here’s what we found out about this new ultra-slim mechanical keyboard.
Mac is never associated with mechanical keyboard. While you can totally get a third party version a Mac, lets be honest, are you going to ruin that sleek, minimal look? Certainly not me.
Razer has introduced “For Gamers, By Gamers” gaming peripherals for gamers. Do you know, there’s a brand that is “For Developers, By Developers” computer peripheral too? If you are a developer who is just starting out, you probably have not heard of Happy Hacking Keyboard, or HHKB, but you really should.
If there’s a side slogan for Razer, it would be For Productivity, By Gamers. Because, this is exactly what the new Razer line of productivity peripherals are about. Designed in collaboration with Humanscale, the new Razer Productivity Suite, as it is fancily called, included Razer Pro Click Mouse and Razer Pro Type Keyboard. For completionists, …
Before we get on with it, can I just say that I am on the fence about this whole keyboard/USB hub hybrid product? And so, yes, what you see before you is a mash up of a keyboard and a USB hub called Kolude KD-K1 Keyhub.
Forget about the finicky laser keyboard that was a thing some years ago because, Samsung has a more radical solution that ditched the laser entirely. Called SelfieType and developed by Samsung’s in-house incubation program C-Lab, Selfie Type is a “keyboardless keyboard” and it is exactly as described.
Can a keyboard ever be “classy,” or perhaps, have a hint of camera influence? The former, maybe, but the latter? Probably not, or so we thought. Meet Azio Fokal, retro-futuristic mechanical keyboard that sports a customizable, multi-functional control inspired by rangefinder cameras of the 60s.
Gamers in China who have a thing for Pokémon are in for treat. Razer has partnered with Nintendo to release a couple of Pokémon PC gaming peripherals, starring Pikachu, in China.
Most people will remember Tap Strap, the “keyboard” with no keys, because, it is so ridiculous and yet it actually worked. Well, it now has a new model that is even more capable called Tap Strap 2.