Tag Archives: Keyboards

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

The World’s Most Advanced Projection Keyboard Plays Music Too

The idea of projection keyboard isn’t the newest news, but there’s a new kid in the projection keyboard block that might just get us interested. Billed as the world’s most advanced projection keyboard, iKeybo is the first such keyboard to boast multilingual support, and it is also a piano and a portable charger too. iKeybo supports four languages: Arabic, English, Chinese as well as Spanish, and features thoughtful design such as round keys that would, according to its creator, reduce the number of typos commonly associated with laser projection keyboards. Continue reading The World’s Most Advanced Projection Keyboard Plays Music Too

Apple In Talks With Dynamic E-ink Keyboard Creator, Is Acquisition Nigh?

Remember Sonder Design’s dynamic e-ink keyboard that’s capable of displaying app-specific layouts? Well, this revolutionary Apple-ish looking keyboard has yet to see fruition (it is still taking pre-order for $199, btw) but already, it has gotten the attention from the Cupertino tech giant, Apple. According to the report, Apple is keen in the technology Sonder Design has developed and negotiations are ongoing. What exactly is being discussed is not known, but looking at Apple’s history in recent years, acquisition is a possibility (I mean, what else, right?). Continue reading Apple In Talks With Dynamic E-ink Keyboard Creator, Is Acquisition Nigh?

Apple Updates iMac Family with Retina 4K and Retina 5K Displays

In the last keynote event in September, the classic one-liner “one more thing” was missing and it was probably missing intentionally as that “one more thing” was announced just today, in the form of updated iMac. Aesthetically, as you may have anticipated, it is still the iMac you love. Sporting the same aluminum chassis, but with updated displays. More notably, the smaller of the two-model iMac lineup will get the option of 4K, which provides 4 fold in resolution. While it may seem like the 27-inch model aren’t going anywhere with display resolution, Apple surprises us with Retina 5K display – now available across all 27-inch iMac and not just for the range-topper. Continue reading Apple Updates iMac Family with Retina 4K and Retina 5K Displays

LG’s Full-size Portable Keyboard Rolls Up to Fit Even the Tightest Space

Portable keyboards and in this case, Bluetooth-enable ones, are not new and up till now, it is either super compact, but not actually a full size keyboard, or it is almost full-size, but lacks of the portability. Yes. They are still portable, possibly by the way of folding, which is not exactly the compact, compact, if you know what I mean. Then in comes the LG Rolly Keyboard that truly blew our mind in terms of size: both in its stowaway and deployed form. Instead of the usual foldable design, Rolly rolls up into an easy-to-carry “stick” that could be easily slip into any purse or briefcase. Well, technically, it doesn’t really roll in or out; it actually folds up along the four rows of keys, much like a sushi bamboo scroll, but only larger in scale. Continue reading LG’s Full-size Portable Keyboard Rolls Up to Fit Even the Tightest Space

Samsung Keyboard Cover Will Turn Galaxy S6 edge+ and Note 5 into a Blackberry-like Device

Along with the announcement of the Galaxy S6 edge+ and Galaxy Note 5 smartphones, Samsung also took the opportunity to push out some related accessories, including a wireless charger, a variety of protective cases and this Keyboard Cover, which will turn your spanking new Galaxy S6 edge+ and Galaxy Note 5 into a Blackberry-like device. Samsung did not have an official press release on this, but for those who were at the Unpacked 2015 for the revealing, they get to have a go with this nifty gadget. Keyboard integrated cover isn’t new, but this is the first from a handset maker and it is worthy to note that anything that remotely resembles’ Blackberry, may get shoot down by their legal team. So, it remains to be seen if this accessory will get into some legal tussle. Then again, we are not sure if Blackberry have the muscle to flex at this point. Continue reading Samsung Keyboard Cover Will Turn Galaxy S6 edge+ and Note 5 into a Blackberry-like Device

Razer Adds Colored Lighting into DeathStalker Gaming Keyboard and Orbweaver Keypad

These days gamers demand a lot of style, or maybe it is company like Razer that makes ‘style’ a fad. Either way, Razer is leading the charge in the “show off your rig” phenomenal and it is continuing to do so by refreshing its hardware with Chroma lighting software. The latest to get the Chroma treatment is the slim, chiclet key-based gaming keyboard, DeathStalker and Orbweaver Mechanical Gaming keypad. Both peripherals are customizable with 16.8 million colors and a range of effects, enabled through Razer Cloud-based Synapse software and allows users to synchronize lighting colors and patterns between Chroma devices for that extra cool factor. Continue reading Razer Adds Colored Lighting into DeathStalker Gaming Keyboard and Orbweaver Keypad

Moky is a Multi-platform Bluetooth Keyboard Where the Keyboard is a Big-ass Touchpad

If you one of those who felt a keyboard, a touchpad and a mouse makes a mess out of you desktop, or a chore to carry while you are on the go, then we think Moky Invisible Touchpad Keyboard could be the answer that will reduce one more clutter in your life. Founded by former LG Electronics software engineer, Enyoung Cho, Moky may appear to be a sleek, compact Bluetooth keyboard, but what you see is more than meets the eye. Beyond its thin Pantograph keyboard which provides you with the gratification of typing on physical keys, it incorporates IR laser sensors that will turn the keyboard into the world biggest touchpad as and when you needed it. Continue reading Moky is a Multi-platform Bluetooth Keyboard Where the Keyboard is a Big-ass Touchpad

Sonder E-ink Keyboard Can Adapt to Display App-specific Layouts

On a Mac, Shift-Option-2 is the shortcut to the euro (€) symbol and that’s just one of them. There are a bunch of others which can be quite confusing and that’s not to mention the various other shortcuts for other programs. There is really no better way than to memorizing those shortcuts by heart or write them down on stickies, sticking them on your computer. But that’s until now. Meet the Sonder e-ink keyboard, a product by Sydney-based startup Sonder Design that, as the name implies, uses e-ink technology on all its letter, number and function keys, to change the display and function based on the application being used. Continue reading Sonder E-ink Keyboard Can Adapt to Display App-specific Layouts

Never Mind About Greasy Fingers, KFC Tray Typer Will Let You Type Away Without Greasing Your Handset

You know how it is. You were in the midst of savoring some delicious, finger lickin’ good fried chicken when suddenly your phone beeps and you had to reply to that all-important text with content like “where are you?” and you will be like “I am eating my damn fried chicken, that’s where! No thanks for being this late.” But regardless of how annoyed you are when a text or email interrupts the serene and quality time between you and the well sacrificed chick, you still have to make the reply, else you’d be eating alone. But there’s a price to pay for the midst-of-eating replying and that’s a greasy touchscreen or in some instance where you managed to wipe off most part of the fried chicken oil with a napkin, it would be sticky screen. Either way, it is not good. Continue reading Never Mind About Greasy Fingers, KFC Tray Typer Will Let You Type Away Without Greasing Your Handset