by now we are familiar with the concept behind Steam Machines. basically, it wants to be an alternative to your living gaming. in short, it wants to give dedicated game consoles a run for their money and it even came up with a sleek controller to prove its determination to do so. the hard truth […]
today’s laptop has gone from thin to super thin and one of the things that stands in its way of getting even thinner is the keyboard, or at least that what’s peripheral innovator Darfon believes. during the recently wrapped Computex 2014, the Taiwanese firm show off a super slim Maglev Keyboard that uses the principle […]
ASUS has come a long way with its gaming arm, the Republic of Gamers (ROG) and not surprisingly, it has taken the opportunity at the Computex 2014 to unveil a barrage of drool-worthy gaming gears, including a small form factor gaming desktop (G20), a console PC (GR8), a gaming laptop (GX500), gaming motherboards (Crossblade Ranger […]
up to this day, most remote does without backlight and we are perfectly fine with it cos’ after all, there aren’t many buttons that we need to deal with, but that’s an entirely different story if you were to use a keyboard with your home entertainment PC or connected-TV once you kill the lights for your movie night.
LEGO is a bit like smartphones. what it can do (or in this case, build) is limited to one’s imagination and LEGO aficionado Jason Allemann just went out to prove this point; he has created a working LEGO computer keyboard, well, albeit having a rather ancient PS/2 connector membrane keyboard as the base, but it is…
until the day when voice recognition comes to universal remote and smart TVs as standard, we still have to punch letter-by-letter to form the search terms when searching contents and manipulate arrow keys to control cursor on our connected TV. it is an excruciating experience which the Logitech Harmony Smart Keyboard seeks…
we rely on Photoshop to get basic graphics editing done and in our experience, these ‘basics’ functions already have us overwhelmed with shortcut keys which, more often than not, we fail to remember. end of the day, we still find ourselves spending time going through the stacks of menus to get to what we want.
all this while, we are accustomed to seeing iPad and to some extend, Android slates being ‘converted’ to laptop-like form factor with purpose-built keyboards, but hardly any such accessories for Windows slates. i guess it is an extremely niche market, especially when it is for an even more niche tablet like the Panasonic ToughPad FZ-G1.
we are sure you have heard of the ClamCase iPad mini Keyboard Case that will transforms your iPad mini into an MacBook Air-like device (launched about a year ago). now meet the latest iteration, simply known as the ClamCase Pro iPad mini Keyboard Case
now that the iPad Air travels further down the anorexic route, there’s no reason for you have to lug a laptop around, but there is just one issue here: prolong typing on the touchscreen display can be a real pain in the butt. which is why you will need an accessory such as the QODE Ultimate Keyboard Case for iPad Air to