We already covered the announcement of the new Matias tactile-keyboards but couldn't resist descending into the show floor in order to get a quick hands-on with the Canadian-made kit. The USB-powered boards contain a Bluetooth module and a physical button (with a blue LED) that you can switch between typing on your desktop and wirelessly to your device.
German based SPEEDLINK will be expanding its PC gaming accessory product line with new mechanical keyboards. The full-size VELATOR keyboard features ten macro-enabled keys and traditional black plastic casing. The ULTOR keyboard features an aluminium base with LED lighting which provides white illumination of the relevant gaming keys and blue illumination of the other keys.
If you chat online with people a lot and are one of the folks that like to use emoji as much as possible, you might want to check out the EmojiWorks Emoji keyboards that have debuted. There are three different keyboards and the difference between them is how many emoji they can create at the press of a button or two.
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It is pass to say these days, but maybe it bears repeating after Wednesday: Social media is a powerful thing.We’ve long seen the implications of a world in which just about anyone, from practically anywhere in the world, can broadcast messages and videos to everyone else. Many of the everyday effects are positive.
There may be numerous keyboard apps available for Android but there's not one that can be compared with any PC keyboards. Not that there's a great need and demand for that but there are people who prefer such layout especially for tablets where they can type more on a bigger screen. Imagine a PC keyboard being used on your tablet screen but with modified hotkeys.
First it was toggle switches . And then keyboards , the mouse and other standard interface devices gave us control of computers and the digital world. From the tangible, to hands-free and beyond, the ways in which we control digital systems are expanding.
I still don’t own a laptop. Somehow, the iPad has worked out well for me. There are times I wish it had a keyboard, so I’m always on the hunt for a decent keyboard, but not a laptop. Is the Felix WriteOn Bluetooth Keyboard the one? The WriteOn isn’t a full-size keyboard- it measures just over 9 inches wide. I t’s very light at just 5.6 ounces (measured). It’s also ridiculously thin.
For the first 13 years of the century, Americans embraced the Internet at a whirlwind pace. The percentage of Americans who use the Internet grew to 84 percent in 2013 from 52 percent at the turn of the century, according to data from the Pew Research Center.
Many people choose to use a keyboard case with their tablet so that they can type faster and more comfortably. Some of those keyboards have small touchpads on them like notebooks, but most don’t. Having to move your hands from the keyboard to the screen to move the cursor around or touch links can be time consuming when you are working.
BlackBerry isn’t the first platform that I think of when it comes to smartphones. But in a world where it’s difficult for a smartphone to stand out from the crowd, the BlackBerry Passport is obviously different. But is it different good or different bad? Let’s find out. Note: Images can be clicked to view a larger size. Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 with 2.
Qualcomm has detailed its coprocessor for the Snapdragon 820, a supercharged equivalent of Apple's M7 for low-power motion tracking, media playback, and photography. Dubbed the Hexagon 680 DSP, the new addition to the Snapdragon 820 is more than just Qualcomm's response to chips like the M7, which Apple uses to offset continuous data gathering from the main processor.
Lenovo has arguably done more than any other PC maker to blur the line between tablets and laptops -- but its new Ideapad Miix 700 convertible tablet is clearly aimed at one particular competitor: Microsoft's Surface.
What do you remember about 1997? I remember a time before the iPhone or iPad, a period when the Internet boom was in full swing, and computer shows were a key part of my life. I also remember a video game that changed my opinion of role-playing games forever: Final Fantasy VII.
I’ve been wearing glasses since I was in third grade. The only thing that I don’t like about my glasses is that they slide down my nose. I have no idea how many times a day I push them back up, but I’m sure it’s a lot, especially when I’m outside in hot weather or on workout days.
You may have already noticed this morning that YouTube has rolled out a revised version of its video player for desktop users. The new video player looks very nice and you can see it in the image here or when you play any of the embedded videos on SlashGear. YouTube didn’t bother to toss up a PR to tell us all of what it changed leaving us to glean the details for ourselves.
The onscreen keyboards on our mobile devices work great, but for those of us who are touch typists or those who prefer the feel of physical keys when they need to do a lot of writing, a Bluetooth keyboard is obviously the way to go. The latest keyboard that I’ve had the opportunity to test is the ZAGG Pocket keyboard. Let’s take it for a spin. Note: Images can be clicked to view a larger size.