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101touch next-gen keyboard is all touchscreen

101touch next-gen keyboard is all touchscreen

Anyone who has ever tried to use a touchscreen keyboard knows immediately the issue with those. The keys lack any tactile feel. Without tactile feel, it's hard to tell if you have your fingers in the correct location for touch typing and it's hard to tell when you have actually pressed the keys. This is why many people opt for external keyboards when they need to type a lot.

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ASUS outs the E210: its first, really fan-less mini PC

ASUS outs the E210: its first, really fan-less mini PC

Mini PCs are really a dime a dozen of late, but very few of them can boast of the silence of a fan-less design. ASUS tried that early this year, but ended up shoving fans inside the Eee Box 1037. Now the company is taking another swipe at it with the E210. This Intel-powered fan-less mini PC tries to deliver just enough power to be a decent home server or basic desktop PC, without taking up too much space on the desk or the living room.

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Samsung plans to shutdown ChatOn service in 2015

Samsung plans to shutdown ChatOn service in 2015

Samsung rolled out its ChatOn service in 2011 as a way for it to compete with messaging services already on the market like BBM and iMessage. ChatOn originally launched in 120 countries and was supported in 62 languages. Users could send photos, video, voice messages, and share contacts, calendars, and other content on the service. ChatOn hasn’t been terribly popular with users around the world.

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BenQ SW2401PT IPS monitor targets pro photographers

BenQ SW2401PT IPS monitor targets pro photographers

Monitors boasting accurate, bright colors are nothing new, and now BenQ has introduced its own offering with the same promise: the new SW2401PT monitor. The display measures in at 24-inches, and its maker is hailing it as the first monitor designed for professional photographers. Dubious claim aside, the SW2401PT supports 99% of AdobeRGB, and includes a variety of software and hardware that aim to produce high quality image reproduction. This is joined by a high 2560 x 1440 resolution and very thin bezels.

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Comcast launches Xfinity in UHD for Samsung 2014 models

Comcast launches Xfinity in UHD for Samsung 2014 models

When UHD TVs started appearing at tech events this year, one of the biggest criticisms of the new trend is that while hardware is definitely capable and tempting, there is a lack of content that takes advantage of the considerably higher pixel count. In short, there is still a lack of UHD content for these UHD TVs. Seeking to fill in that gap, Comcast has just launched a new app called Xfinity in UHD, designed to bring in UHD content for 2014 Samsung UHD TVs.

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Jack wireless guitar adapter connects amps without cords

Jack wireless guitar adapter connects amps without cords

Everything else is going wireless, and your guitar is no exception. Jack is a simple wireless adapter that connects to a guitar and pairs with an adapter for the guitar's related amp. Once connected, users can rock out without the hassle of cables and without, says the maker, suffering with poor audio quality. The adapter isn't limited to guitars, however, also working with any other instrument featuring the same amp connection port. We have all the details after the jump.

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Lumia Denim update rolls out with more camera improvements

Lumia Denim update rolls out with more camera improvements

The awaited update to Nokia's, now Microsoft's, Lumia smartphones have just started rolling out, somewhat ahead of expected schedule. Formerly called Nokia Denim and now just Lumia Denim, the update brings in the latest version of Windows Phone 8.1 (update 1) to the devices, along with a bunch of Microsoft's own new features. For the more photography capable models, such as the Lumia 830, Lumia 930, Lumia Icon, and Lumia 1520, the update brings in some tasty treats for them as well.

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Rocket Mobility Tomahawk is a beastly all-terrain wheelchair

Rocket Mobility Tomahawk is a beastly all-terrain wheelchair

We've seen interesting wheelchairs in the past, including the recent stylish Carbon Black. Rocket Mobility's Tomahawk is no less notable, but swings in a completely different direction. While the Carbon Black is an ultra light and sleek wheelchair built for ease of use and aesthetics, Tomahawk is aimed at outdoorsy folks -- those who want to go traipsing through the woods on a hunting trip or possibly to the surface of Mars. It includes, among other things, a couple wide tracks.

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Gresso Regal coats Android phone with gold and titanium

Gresso Regal coats Android phone with gold and titanium

If you think that your smartphone, despite having a price tag enough to ransom a crown, isn't yet fit for royalty, then Gresso's new line of luxurious, and expensive, smartphones might fit the bill. Aptly named the Regal Black Edition, these three smartphones boast of a skeleton of titanium for strength, a coating of PVD for blackest black, and an insert of gold for bling. Happily, the expected exorbitant price tag is worth the cost with the Gresso Regal boasting of rather high-end hardware.

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