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Pokemon typing game for Nintendo DS to come with Bluetooth Keyboard

Posted in Nintendo DS by Conner Flynn on January 31st, 2011

Typing isn’t involved in any of the Pokemon games that I’ve ever seen, but the upcoming Pokemon typing tutor game for the Nintendo DS, Battle & Get! Pokemon Typing DS, will come bundled with a Bluetooth keyboard.

The cartridge will have a built-in Bluetooth chip, since the DS itself doesn’t have Bluetooth. Our guess is that a game that comes with it’s own keyboard will not be a hit since kids want to play games, not type, but who knows. The Pokemon typing game will be released in Japan this April for an unknown price.

The Hunt ‘n Peck Keyboard for those who never learned

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on May 31st, 2009

The Hunt ‘n Peck Keyboard for those who never learnedThere are those who have never learned how to type. These people use a method called hunt n peck. Understandably, these people have a hard time trying to hunt and peck on a normal keyboard. With this keyboard, just hit the ABC key and it will switch to alphabetical order, making it easier to find the key you need.

For others in the house, those who actually learned how to type, just push the button again and you have a normal QWERTY keyboard. This keyboard also has keys that have common IM abbreviations for you super lazy types.

Klingon Language Keyboard let’s you type with honor

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on January 13th, 2009

Klingon Language Keyboard let’s you type with honorYou own the dictionary. You speak the language. Sadly, you’ve even tried to pick up women using the Klingon tongue. Unsuccessfully of course. But until now, you have not been able to type with a Klingon keyboard. Well, Cherry Keyboards’ Klingon Language keyboard has your back. All it needs is a PS/2 port and a willing nerd. You’re good to go.

They were able to keep it looking like regular keyboards thanks to the fact that the Klingon alphabet has 26 characters, the same as the English language. Now you can pretend to be a Klingon ALL the time, not just at the conventions. Just don’t sit in front of it all day long typing Klingon love letters and death threats, or else your fake armor isn’t going to fit over your gut anymore.

Gokukawa Leather Keyboard for fetish types

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on December 14th, 2008

Gokukawa Leather Keyboard for fetish typesTyping on this soft Gokukawa leather keyboard will feel soft and smooth. Some of you may even want to break out your riding crops and ball-gags and be lovingly whipped into a bloody frenzy from behind while working. Hey whatever floats your boat. No skin off my back, though yours is a different story.

And since you love pain, the $548 asking price is like a kick to the crotch. Especially when you consider the fact that there are no labels on those smooth, leathery keys. Don’t worry, for $603, you can get letters etched into them.

BTKeyMini Bluetooth keyboard for iPhone typing

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on November 6th, 2008

BTKeyMini Bluetooth keyboard for iPhone typingTyping on the iPhone’s touchscreen is pretty awkward. It’s really no fun. Your life is about to get easier thanks to the BTKeyMini, a Bluetooth keyboard for the iPhone and iPod Touch. This small keyboard has a cover that also holds your iPhone. It should fit in even a very small briefcase. It uses a battery of it’s own so it won’t suck off of your iPhone. There’s still the iPhone’s lack of copy and paste, but hey this will still make it easier for you. It almost makes your iPhone into a laptop. No word on when it’s shipping, but it will cost you $92.

KeyRight Look & Learn Keyboard

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on November 6th, 2008

KeyRight Look & Learn KeyboardThere’s always typing software to help improve your skills, but for some people, easy learning comes from a good keyboard. Like the Look & Learn Keyboard from KeyRight. It’s for beginners who want to get faster.

The keys have been color-coded so that you can differentiate between eight finger zones. You still need some software to help, so the Look & Learn keyboard ships with its own interactive learning software. It’s compatible with both Mac and Windows and will retail for $40. If this is not up your alley and seems too hard, try the Keyboard for blondes.

USB Ferris Wheel powered by your typing

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on September 26th, 2008

USB Ferris Wheel powered by your typingLooking for a cheap USB thrill for your desk that will provide hours of fun and distract you from your work? You might want to check out this USB Ferris Wheel that’s powered by your typing. I don’t know about hours of fun. That kinda depends on your IQ level.

Surely it will provide minutes of fun, with it’s flashing lights, carnival music, spinning wheel and plastic bunny, bear and elephant careening down the slide. Surely this is exactly the useless crap you’ve been searching for. As long as you keep typing the show will go on. How much would you pay for all this fun? 10? 20? It can be yours for just $30. Hit the link for a video of the Ferris Wheel in action.

USB Pole Dancer keeps dollars in your pocket

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on July 22nd, 2008

USB Pole Dancer keeps dollars in your pocket
You know how it is, you can’t always get to the strip clubs as often as you’d like. So you wish and wish, and yet somehow a pole dancer has never appeared in your workspace to shake her stuff at you. Until now.

Just plug this baby into your USB port and watch her twirl as you type faster and faster. She’s awesome because she’ll shake her money maker and never ask for a single dollar bill in her G-String. Lonely nerds everywhere will be abusing their keyboards and buying replacements in no time. It’s almost too much fun for $29.25. The only way it gets better is if she stopped to windex the pole so another girl could begin.

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Sick of typing? Send a voice e-mail

Posted in email by Conner Flynn on June 12th, 2008

Sick of typing? Send a voice e-mail
Some days, there’s only so much you can type without going insane. Well, here’s something that should help with your keyboard fatigue. It’s something between an email and a phone call.

The Email Voice Sender will instantly send recorded voice messages to recipients through email and you don’t have to type a thing. Just install the software on your computer and you’re ready to go. It sells for $39.98.

Caracol one handed keyboard concept

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on April 1st, 2008

Caracol one handed keyboard concept
The Caracol one handed keyboard concept is a computer keyboard that absolutely throws convention to the wind and takes a new approach to simplify typing. You can type fast with one hand. Caracol uses a rotary keyboard on a wheel through which you slip your palm.

The keywheel rests on a nice ergonomic pad. The loop has a 5:1 gearbox which enables it to rotate even with a small movement of the palm. So, you can access all the keys quickly and type almost without thought as you find the keys automatically falling to your fingers, rather then your fingers seeking them. It’s a concept for now, but this one looks like it has real promise.

USB desk lamp changes colors the faster you type

Posted in Lamps,Office Gadgets,USB by Reuben Drake on August 20th, 2007

USB desk lamp changes colors the faster your typeAlthough it makes me shudder every time, when I see this lamp I envision a multitude of these little things mounted on the walls of programmer cube farms so managers can make sure the keyboards are always going. Due to this I think this lamp is just a horrible invention. Of course, I’m sure it can be used for purposes of good as well, and with a little therapy I can probably get there.