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Chinavasion Full Bamboo Keyboard and Mouse Combo

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on December 9th, 2010

Beware Panda attacks if using this Bamboo Keyboard and mouse combo from Chinavasion. It is too tempting a treat for Pandas, who will want to eat it for dinner. The laser engraved bamboo keys apparently absorb sweat, stay clean and feel comfortable, while being environmentally friendly.

They do look pretty nice and it beats cold plastic any day. This combo will cost you $33.44. Just plug them into your USB ports and you are good to go.

Soundproof Keyboard Cover

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on November 22nd, 2010

If you end up working late into the night, typing away and annoying those who are near you, you might want to check out the Soundproof Keyboard Cover. Sure, it looks absurd, but we hope that the $36 investment will bring some peace to the ears around you.

It supposedly reduces the noise from typing and will also prevent dust from getting in between your keys. It’s probably not very comfortable though. Your hands will likely feel cramped. But if noise is a problem, this may be a good solution.

MMO keyset for SteelSeries’ Shift keyboard

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on November 18th, 2010

If you own a SteelSeries Shift keyboard, then chances are that your game is on it’s A level. And with World of Warcraft: Cataclysm just three weeks away from release, SteelSeries has rolled out an MMO keyset that lets you enjoy the game without having to fork out more dough for another dedicated MMO keyboard.

If you already own the Shift keyboard, this is a great option. It will be compatible with all of the macros you programmed. For $24.99 instead of a new mmo keyboard price.

Grippity back typing keyboard

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on November 18th, 2010

Why type on the front of your keyboard when you can type on the back? The Grippity keyboard allows you to do just that. All while looking stylish and futuristic. It would take some getting used to though. You might type slow at first.

It’s available for pre-order for $60 right now. Unfortunately, you won’t be able to get it in time for Christmas as it is set for a February delivery. We think it looks worth the wait.

IOGEAR unveils two new Wireless Keyboards for HTPC

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on November 14th, 2010

IOGEAR has introduced a pair of new wireless keyboards for your HTPC. The GKM571R and GKM581R both feature interesting designs. These wireless keyboards also feature 2.4GHz wireless technology, an optical trackball and a 1200dpi sensor along with a scroll wheel.

The IOGEAR GKM571R keyboard sports a lid for dust protection and an LED backlight, while the GKM581R features a slip resistant rubber bottom. The IOGEAR GKM571R and GKM581R are priced at $99.95 and $89.95.

Razer unveils Anansi MMO gaming keyboard

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on October 27th, 2010

The latest keyboard to enter the MMO market from Razer is the Anansi. It looks like a typical jet black board with a standard layout, but those seven thumb modifier keys will raise your game. There’s also over 100 programmable Hyperesponse keys with on-the-fly macro recording.

Aside from that you get storage for up to 20 gaming profiles, five bonus gaming keys and 16 million color backlight illumination. It ships worldwide in December for $99.99.

Germ Genie kills germs on your keyboard in minutes with a UV lght sensor

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on October 5th, 2010

Computer keyboards can contain up to five times the amount of bacteria as toilet seats, or so we’ve heard. Germs are having a filthy and nasty party all over the keyboard. If you want to be healthy you better crash that party.

Germ Genie can help. The device is placed over your keyboard and shines a UV light on the keypad to wipe out those filthy buggers. If you could see them with your naked eye, it would look like a bloody massacre of little germ bodies.

Stealth industrial grade keyboard

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on September 5th, 2010

Stealth has released the KXBX-400 series keyboard which incorporates a built in trackball mouse that environmentally lives up to NEMA 4, 4X, IP65 specifications and has a resolution of 800dpi.

There’s also a vandal-resistant enclosure that makes it resistant to harsh, wet and dry environments, 71 full travel keys with silent tactile feedback, NVIS-compliant red adjustable backlighting, 10 million actuations expected lifespan and a 5.75’ USB cable. It should last you quite a while.

Logitech Wireless Combo MK520 with touch media controls

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on August 12th, 2010

The Logitech Wireless Combo MK520 peripheral bundle comes with a mouse and a keyboard. All wireless and with one-touch media controls. It features quiet, low-profile Logitech Incurve keys which are easy on your fingers. The company claims that it has a three-year battery life, but that depends on how often you use it.

The laser mouse sports an ambidextrous design with soft rubber side grips, a one-year battery life and a high-performance laser that allows smooth tracking on most surfaces. Both models use Logitech’s small Unifying receiver which can remain in your USB port on your notebook without getting in the way. The range is up to 10 meters, and comes with 128-bit AES keyboard encryption.

Flexible Bluetooth Mini Keyboard

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on July 14th, 2010

Do you need a portable Bluetooth keyboard for your iPad or iPhone 4? If so, check out the latest offering from Brando, this Flexible Bluetooth Mini Keyboard.

The Flexible Bluetooth Mini Keyboard features 85 keys and five built in keys for mobile phone functions which include, switch, menu, SMS, cancel and OK. It’s made of a high quality silicone material and is storable and portable.

Optimus Popularis keyboard shows up in pictures

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on June 29th, 2010

Art Lebedev now has a first render of the Optimus Popularis keyboard. Looks pretty sexy and worth the wait. The studio says that it will still cost less than $1000 when it eventually arrives. Look at how cool those new chiclet keys with typewriter spacing look.

You’ll also notice that the numpad is now gone, but apparently the FN key will make it all right. This long awaited keyboard is looking very sweet!

[Engadget]

Optimus Popularis to get more touch-sensitive keys

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on June 24th, 2010

Art Lebedev today said that the upcoming Optimus Popularis keyboard might actually be easier to use than its larger Maximus sibling. Each key is fractions of an inch smaller in every direction and the actual touch surface will run nearly to the edge of the key.

This will guarantee that the keys will be easier to hit as it will be virtually impossible to miss the sweet spot. The Popularis is expected to ship in 2011 and should be physically smaller and also cheaper than its $460 predecessor. It will likely still be a standard USB keyboard but will have both Mac and Windows software to let users reprogram the labels on the keys.

[Electronista]

Razer gets into the Tron spirit with new keyboard and mouse

Posted in Keyboards by Shane McGlaun on June 24th, 2010

I know that many of the geeks out there who grew up in the 80′s are fans of Tron. It was hard not to be with all the arcade games that were around with mini games from the original movie. I always liked the Light Bike game. I vaguely recall there being Tron toys when I was a kid too.

With the new Tron movie hitting theaters soon, there is resurgence in Tron merchandise with toys and game controllers. Razer has announced that it has a couple of Tron peripherals coming to celebrate the movie and geek up your gaming rig.

Retro typewriters turned into USB keyboards

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on June 13th, 2010

If you miss the days of typing away at a slow speed on old typewriters, you can now relive those days on your computer. These retro typewriters have been converted into USB keyboards. They come from Jack Zylkin of usbtypewriters.

He takes old typewriters and converts them into keyboards you can use with modern computers. Pretty damn cool right? A fully-modded USB typewriter will cost you about $400 to $500, or Jack can take your old typewriter and convert it for you for $200.

Commodore Invictus Keyboard

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on May 31st, 2010

The Commodore Invictus keyboard from Cybernet is a new Asus EEE PC Keyboard alternative. The company recently licensed the Commodore name and it has some nice specs to go along with it. It packs an Atom processor along with a touchscreen display, wireless HDMI, chicklet-style keys, the nVidia ION chipset and a 5-hour battery life.

Now that you are drooling, we sadly have no word on pricing or availability yet for the Commodore Invictus. Hopefully we will get more details soon so we can order one.