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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

Razer Goes White With Mercury Edition Gaming Peripherals

Razer’s myriad of gaming peripherals are predominantly black and if that does not catch on with you, well, we say, don’t let the dark side stop you from getting the good stuff. Not that you should go with the flow and betray your principle. You really don’t have to because now some of Razer’s most popular gaming peripherals are available in white. The Razer Mercury Edition, as they are called, are available now as an added color option, in addition to the standard Razer black and Gunmetal Grey, for those prefer not to be engulfed in black. Continue reading Razer Goes White With Mercury Edition Gaming Peripherals

Top Tech Gadgets For Engineering Students

It seems as though students in the online masters engineering program are always trying to stay ahead of the curve when it comes to technology and gadgets. Some tech gadgets can obviously be used to help you in your future career, maybe with your studies, or are just plain fun. With that in mind we’ve put together a list of the top tech gadgets for online master of engineering students to check out. Continue reading Top Tech Gadgets For Engineering Students

Tap Keyboard Has No Keys, Lets You Type By Tapping On Any Surface

Mention wearable keyboard, it is sure to conjure up an image of a miniaturized keyboard strap to the forearm, but the Tap Strap wearable keyboard is anything but. In fact, it looks and sounds like something pulled right out of a sci-fi movie. Instead of physical keyboard, it is, well, just a strap with holes for your fingers. It is designed to be worn on your hand, on your digits and it is loaded with sensors to sense your tapping action, letting you tap on any surface, even on your head, to starting typing. Sounds pretty magical, isn’t it? The company behind this revolutionary input method, Tap Systems, described Tap as “a fast, accurate and eyes-free” typing. Continue reading Tap Keyboard Has No Keys, Lets You Type By Tapping On Any Surface

Couch Gaming Is Officially A Thing Because Of Razer Turret’s ‘Lapboard’

Yup. That’s right. Razer has just made couch gaming an official thing with the Razer Turret Living Room Gaming Mouse and Lapboard and yes, it is calling it ‘lapboard’, which means the keyboard will be as comfy on your laps as it is on a table. The Turret is, as the company described, “a mouse and integrated keyboard and mouse surface” that aims to put gaming peripherals on your laps and it does have a couple of tricks up its sleeve to ensure it make good on its promises. The Razer Turret Living Room Gaming Mouse and Lapboard is composed of an anti-ghosting, gaming-grade chiclet keyboard with an integrated magnetic mouse pad to keep the mouse from making the run and it comes with a companion mouse, boasting 3,500 DPI sensor. Continue reading Couch Gaming Is Officially A Thing Because Of Razer Turret’s ‘Lapboard’