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Microsoft Sculpt Comfort Keyboard Review

Microsoft Sculpt Comfort Keyboard Review

Along with Windows 8, Windows RT, and Windows Phone 8, Microsoft has released a handful of new keyboards, trying to cover the wide range of people who need a physical keyboard regardless of it they're working on desktop or on a tablet. Of all of these keyboards, the new Sculpt Comfort Keyboard is probably the most interesting. The Sculpt is another ergonomic keyboard in a sea of products that claim to cut down on wrist strain and actually make typing easier. The question is whether that's actually the case, or if it's all PR fluff meant to get us to hand over cash for a keyboard we might not even need. Read on to hear the verdict.

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iKey unveils ultra-compact SWB-86-TP keyboard

iKey unveils ultra-compact SWB-86-TP keyboard

iKey has announced the latest model in its line of ultra-compact keyboards: the SWB-86-TP. This rugged unit is part of the company's WaterBoard line of keyboards, and is aimed at the public safety market, particularly for in-vehicle use. The SWB-86-TP is completely plug-and-play, meaning you can just grab it and go, no drivers required.

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Microsoft Surface pre-orders delayed in UK, apologetic coupon sent instead

Microsoft Surface pre-orders delayed in UK, apologetic coupon sent instead

This week the folks at Microsoft have made one gigantically undeniable effort to let the world know they're ready for Windows 8 to hit the public, but in the UK, they've hit a bit of a snag. It would appear that those early adopters hoping to get a Microsoft Surface this week after having pre-ordered one when they were placed on sale are now receiving a notice. This notice says that Microsoft is sorry that conflicting messages had been sent through various portals giving different odd delivery dates, be they later or earlier than originally stated - as it turns out, the original date range stands.

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SwiftKey Flow announced, looks to take on Swype

SwiftKey Flow announced, looks to take on Swype

If you're an avid Android user, you're probably using a third-party keyboard app of some kind. It's not that the stock keyboard sucks, but it's just that there's other keyboard options that are a lot better. For most users, it's a fight between SwiftKey and Swype. Both are very different from each other, but face stiff competition. However, SwiftKey is looking to offer the best of both worlds with SwiftKey Flow.

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Mad Catz STRIKE 5 is the wildest gaming keyboard ever

Mad Catz STRIKE 5 is the wildest gaming keyboard ever

If you're in the market for a new gaming keyboard to go along with you gaming PC, Mad Catz has one of the most interesting I've seen in a long time. The keyboard is called the STRIKE 5 and is available for pre-order right now for $199.99. Rather than being a simple gaming keyboard like we see from other manufacturers; this one is actually made up of five different modules.

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FAVI launches palm-size Bluetooth keyboard with integrated track pad

FAVI launches palm-size Bluetooth keyboard with integrated track pad

FAVI has unveiled a new and very small keyboard that uses Bluetooth to connect to a bunch of different gadgets that are on the market right now. The company says that the keyboard is designed with familiar Android buttons and is perfect for connecting to your favorite Tablet such as the Kindle Fire and others that support Bluetooth keyboards. The keyboard also has integrated media control keys.

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Logitech Bluetooth Illuminated Keyboard K810 supports Windows, iOS and Android

Logitech Bluetooth Illuminated Keyboard K810 supports Windows, iOS and Android

Another day, another Logitech peripheral, and today's is the Logitech Bluetooth Illuminated Keyboard K810, which as the name suggests shines some light while taking your typing wireless. Promising support for pairing with up to three devices simultaneously via Bluetooth, the K810 keyboard supports not only Windows 8 - with the shortcuts you'd expect - but iOS and Android devices, in case you want to quickly batter out an email on your iPad.

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Lenovo IdeaTab Lynx and Twist introduced as Yoga 11 and 13 finalized

Lenovo IdeaTab Lynx and Twist introduced as Yoga 11 and 13 finalized

The Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga is a lovely rather-bendy converting notebook-to-tablet that we saw back at CES 2012 - both an 11-inch and a 13-inch version of this device are appearing today with assurances for launch side two new guns in the industry as well. Lenovo is also showing off the IdeaTab Lynx and the ThinkPad Twist, two more twisters and turners for the next generation of PC power with Windows 8, Windows RT, and more!

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Logitech G710+ Mechanical Gaming Keyboard clickity-clacks into the limelight

Logitech G710+ Mechanical Gaming Keyboard clickity-clacks into the limelight

Logitech has been making some of the coolest gaming keyboards for years that fit into its G-series of gaming accessories for computer users. Logitech has announced a new gaming keyboard today called the G710+ Mechanical Gaming Keyboard. Mechanical keys are something that many gamers and touch typists love, even if mechanical keys typically make for very noisy typing action.

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