Mice / Keyboards
When it comes to enjoying content on a laptop versus that of a flat-panel TV, the choice is pretty clear; bigger is better. That’s why HDMI connectivity, gaming consoles, and Roku sets are so popular, since we can stream content to the large screen. The only real struggle comes down to being able to control and search content.
Slowly and surely I’ve been finding more reasons to not watch cable programming. Price, of course, is the primary factor, but now that I’ve been spending more time looking, I can find content I want online.
We’re in the office today, but we hope you are one of those lucky Americans with the day off. So we figured, why not bring you some links to today’s best electronics deals on the internet?
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Type a lot but don’t want to bother with a laptop? How about a foldable full-size keyboard for your smartphone or tablet? That’s the question iWerkz answers with its new Universal Foldable Bluetooth Keyboard. Roughly the same size as the Mac keyboard I’m using to type this, minus the calculator buttons and a few others, more »
Cambridge, U.K., startup Novalia says it will demo a low-cost, patented manufacturing technology at CES that would allow Bluetooth 4.0 control to be added to paper, cards and plastic. The technology is said to combine standard print processes like screen print, flexography, and offset lithography with capacitive touch technology. An embedded Nordic Semiconductor nRF51822 System-on-Chip is attached to the more »
Mad Catz Interactive, Inc. has just announced its latest product designed for mobile use. The S.T.R.I.K.E. Mobile Keyboard is a tablet-sized wireless keyboard that goes wherever you do. The S.T.R.I.K.E. Mobile Keyboard features integrated NFC and Bluetooth wireless, enabling users to quickly pair the keyboard with compatible devices. This keyboard works with smartphones, tablets, laptops, more »
Oh, how one can miss those days of non-stop hardcore gaming, where determination and grit can be measured by how many empty cans and pizza boxes you have piled up. Sleep? Restroom breaks? You can do that when you’re dead. Although we have to grow up and take on greater and more responsibilities (eventually,) a more »
Whether you’re a casual user or hardcore gamer, a quality keyboard is generally a good investment. Though, maybe it applies toward the gamers more than not. But if you are a PC gamer, ROCCAT has some new keyboards lined up just for you. , a leading manufacturer of professional gaming peripherals, has released the new more »
City Ergonomics, the manufacturer of the world’s first vertical ambidextrous mouse, has launched their new ergonomic wireless mouse. This new wireless mouse is based on their globally acclaimed DXT ergonomic vertical mouse, which debuted in 2011. What stands out the most about this mouse is the ambidextrous nature of its design. The buttons and scroll more »
Logitech has recently introduced its first ultra-portable touch mouse. The Logitech Ultrathin Touch Mouse features a sleek, feather-light design that’s easy to toss in a pocket or laptop sleeve. An invisible coating provides a smooth touch surface that works with Windows 8 and OS X. Similar to Logitech’s K810 Bluetooth Keyboard, the Ultrathin Touch Mouse more »
Reinventing a product is neither easy nor without peril. A lot of time and money can be spent, only to have the end product get zero attention or sales. In some cases, the final result might get nothing but attention – if you like being chewed to pieces by highly-critical and unforgiving consumers. But even more »