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Zune docking keyboard by Razer?

Zune docking keyboard by Razer?

DAP docks built into keyboards are a great idea; your mp3 player is right in front of you and easily grabbable, so there's no "where did I leave it?!" panic when you're late for the bus, you know it's charged and up to date with your music, and it's easy to connect rather than fiddling around with a cable.  Coolest Gadgets were sent some photos of what it's claimed is a Razer keyboard with a Zune dock; they're not sure if it's real or not, but it seems a good idea nonetheless.

 

Razer’s gaming keyboard goes under the microscope

Razer’s gaming keyboard goes under the microscope

An Optimus keyboard would be nice, wouldn't it, but at the moment you'd be lucky to get a sexy rendered picture of one and a couple of mock-up keys.  So if the gamer in you wants personalised keys then you'll have to look to other keyboards, less high-tech perhaps than Optimus but at least available in the shops!  Razer, known best perhaps for their high-resolution mice, have turned their hand to making the Tarantula gaming keyboard, and our friends over at Everything USB have given it a damned good look finger-battering.

There's no shortage of claims made about the Tarantula, including keys designed to reduce false-presses and decrease reaction time.  It also has (some) illuminated keys, media and image editing controls, replaceable key caps and programmable functions (with on-board memory to make it more portable).  Finally, and a little confusingly, there's a ostensibly pointless "Battle Dock" with a slooow USB 1.1 connector and very little to plug into it.  Nevertheless, Scott Clark (he of the little beard) found it tactile and functional, if lacking in the bling that's so important to some people.

Razer Pro|Type Multimedia Keyboard With Integrated Zune Dock

Razer Pro|Type Multimedia Keyboard With Integrated Zune Dock

The Razer Pro|Type is the Cadillac of keyboards.  There are tons of features like 32kb of memory, a dozen or so programmable hot keys, line-out for audio peripherals and a couple of USB ports.  Future Zune owners will most likely buy this keyboard not for the mentioned features but more or less because of the integrated docking station.  Keep in mind the information is rather sketchy and may end up not being true at all.  However, if there’s any truth to this info, “the world’s most intelligent keyboard,” per Razer, is set to hit the market sometime in November of this year (possibly around the same time frame as the release of the Zune).

Razer Pro Solution Product Page [via Gizmodo]

Dead Rising movie contains cameos, product placement

Dead Rising movie contains cameos, product placement

There’s a Dead Rising movie coming soon. It’ll be a movie translation of the video game series, the one whose third installment just hit PC after being launched on Xbox One. Zombies will be in this movie, and it’ll take place in the same Dead Rising universe somewhere between Dead Rising 2 and Dead Rising 3. You can bet there'll be plenty of bashing, plenty of blood, and one whole heck of a lot of Zombrex to keep you clean and out of the person-eating-person gutter.

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ASUS Nexus Player shows early Android TV promise

ASUS Nexus Player shows early Android TV promise

Android TV, first announced properly at Google I/O this year, is set for release this Fall. Along with the Android “L” release, Android TV will take your living room and give it a very Android feel. The issue to-date is that we need some hardware; hardware we’ve not yet seen. A new ASUS device might just be your first Android TV set-top box.

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Best gaming keyboards of 2014 – so far

Best gaming keyboards of 2014 – so far

Investing in a keyboard made specifically for gamers could mean the difference between an okay gaming experience and an excellent one -- at least as far as accessories are concerned. Many keyboards are released with the claim that they're designed for gamers, but many fail to meet expectations, being little more than ordinary keyboards with flashy designs. Such isn't always the case, however, and we've pinpointed a few of the best gaming keyboards to roll out in 2014 thus far.

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NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet might soon be upon us

NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet might soon be upon us

The stars might be aligning and a new NVIDIA SHIELD device might soon be revealed, but this could be a rather strange beast. Based on a recent certification entry from the Global Certification Forume (GCF) and a recent sighting on NVIDIA's own website, the chipmaker's next SHIELD gaming machine won't be a handheld like before but will be a mid-sized Android tablet instead.

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Stringer uses Virtual Reality with Oculus for battlefield safety

Stringer uses Virtual Reality with Oculus for battlefield safety

While the virtual reality gaming universe appears to be taking off, the Oculus Rift VR headset is being used for a wide variety of purposes - like personal safety in a war zone. What the creators behind "Stringer" have done is to make a VR environment in which journalists - or the interested onlooker - can get as close as possible to a battlefield situation without actually being there. Once inside, the user sees what it’s like attempting to cover a war.

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