Logitech Wireless Keyboard Touch K400

Posted in Logitech by Conner Flynn on July 18th, 2011

Logitech is set to release it’s latest compact wireless keyboard, the Touch K400. This good looking keyboard is powered by 2 AA batteries and features a 2.4GHz radio frequency that will let it work from up to 10 meters.

Other features include a built-in 3.5-inch touchpad, left/right mouse buttons, a tiny USB receiver that can be stowed away on the back of the body and it supports Windows 7, Vista and XP. The Logitech Wireless Keyboard Touch K400 will go on sale on July 29th for 4,480 Yen (or about $57).

Scosche freeKEY Flexible Wireless Keyboard

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on April 29th, 2011

Scosche Industries has announced the freeKEY flexible wireless keyboard. This keyboard is perfect for those who want to work while traveling. The freeKEY is the perfect thing to have with you to go with your tablet or smartphone.

The device will work up to 30 feet in wireless range and is water resistant. If you need it, just unroll it and get to work. It includes a retractable cable so you can keep the freeKEY charged up. The freeKEY flexible Bluetooth 2.0 keyboard is compatible with Windows, Mac OS X, Android, and iOS. It will cost you $59.99.

Logitech K270 Wireless Keyboard

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on April 27th, 2011

The Logitech K270 uses Logitech’s advanced 2.4GHz wireless connectivity and offers up to 2-years of battery life. Logitech claims that the advanced 2.4GHz wireless allows you to have almost no signal loss from up to 10-meters away.

The Logitech K270 also features an auto-standby feature that helps you save energy when you’re not using the keyboard. That’s good for the environment and your energy bill. The keyboard also has a tiny USB receiver that is small enough for you to keep in your laptop. The Logitech K270 wireless keyboard will cost you a very reasonable $25.

LMP Bluetooth Keypad for Apple Wireless Keyboard

Posted in Bluetooth by Conner Flynn on December 1st, 2010

The LMP Bluetooth Keypad shares the same cylindrical base and brushed aluminum finish as the Apple Wireless Keyboard, which is no mistake. The LMP Keypad can be used all by itself, but it also has a connector that snaps onto the right side of the Apple Wireless Keyboard, extending it.

The LMP Keypad does require a couple of AA batteries, though, making it a bit of a pain. We don’t have any info yet on pricing or availability just yet though.

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.

Palm-sized keyboard is like a laptop in your hand

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on March 7th, 2010

HTPC keyboards get more practical every day as they evolve. Check this out. This $92 6-inch-wide Rii Mini Wireless Keyboard fits in the palm of your hand, like a Wiimote. It has LED backlit keys for use in the dark, rechargeable batteries, and a touchpad.

There’s even a laser pointer. Proof that HTPC keyboards are definitely headed in the right direction. And you need a keyboard with your home theater PC. This one looks pretty convenient.