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Motorola DROID BIONIC incompatible with ATRIX Lapdock

Motorola DROID BIONIC incompatible with ATRIX Lapdock

Bad news if you picked up a Laptop Dock for the Motorola ATRIX and hoped you could use it with the brand new DROID BIONIC: we can confirm that neither peripheral is interchangeable with the other smartphone. Although the original Laptop Dock and new BIONIC Lapdock are the same in theory - an 11.6-inch display, full keyboard and trackpad, to turn the Android smartphone into a notebook replacement - the change in dock design means that there's neither backward or forward compatibility.

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Logitech Unveils New Metal Keyboard Case For Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

Logitech Unveils New Metal Keyboard Case For Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

Logitech showed off a new tablet accessory for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 in the form of a keyboard case designed by ZAGG. We've seen plenty of ZAGG accessories before and we've also seen a similar keyboard case designed by the company in partnership with Logitech for the iPad 2. But this new case is crafted to fit perfectly with the Galaxy Tab 10.1 so that it acts as a snug cover for the svelte tablet when not in use.

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Belkin debuts Keyboard Folio for iPad 2

Belkin debuts Keyboard Folio for iPad 2

Belkin has a bunch of different accessories and peripherals for Apple gear like the iPad and iPad 2. Today Belkin has unveiled a new accessory for the iPad 2 called the Keyboard Folio for iPad 2. As the name in implies the accessory is a case that has a little keyboard inside to allow you to type faster and more comfortably on your iPad 2.

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Apple Flat Keyless Keyboard Patent Revealed

Apple Flat Keyless Keyboard Patent Revealed

It appears that in addition do their Motion-Sensitive keyboard patent, Apple has sent out a patent application for a "Flat Keyless Keyboard for Desktops & More." This application was signed for late last week and may be entirely flat or may include at least one input surface which may be constructed of glass, metal, plastic, or any other solid material Apple might end up wanting to use. In the case of glass, the keys could be painted on the surface or shown beneath the surface of the glass on a display, not unlike on-screen keyboards working on smartphones and tablets today.

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Verbatim Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard Review

Verbatim Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard Review

For many of us, typing on our iPhone or iPad is usually limited to entering passwords or replying text messages. But if you often work on the go and have to bang out emails, picking up an accessory such as the Verbatim Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard will save you a lot of time and frustration. This portable keyboard is designed to be ultra-compact while delivering the convenience of a traditional keyboard along with some extras.

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SwiftKey Tablet X Review

SwiftKey Tablet X Review

Today we're privileged to get to take a peek at the newest offering from the 3rd party on-screen keyboard developers SwiftKey in an app made specifically for Android tablets, that being SwiftKey Tablet X. This is the first time SwiftKey has offered a tablet-specific keyboard in such a form as this, excitement abound as the handset version is, without a doubt, one of the more amazing non-stock keyboards on the market. This is a keyboard that predicts your text, gives you all the options a pro user like you could want, and is out in the Android Market right this second. Let's take a look and see what we're rolling with here.

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Swiftkey X Review for Android Handsets

Swiftkey X Review for Android Handsets

We had a vision, a great vision of the future, a future where everyone, great and small, had one keyboard on their mobile device to rule them all. Or, on the other hand, to have you rule it. This is a keyboard with predictive text, the ability to change the way it looks, and the ability to take in gestures to affect the text. Sounds fun already? Let's have a look for all you not using it already (shouldn't be too many, right? Right!) This is SwiftKey X, one half of the two-app review sent out today by the makers of the original SwiftKey keyboard!

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Optimus Mini Six hits production; Popularis delayed (again)

Optimus Mini Six hits production; Popularis delayed (again)

Art Lebedev's Optimus Project studios promised that the Mini Six companion keyboard - a compact accessory with six buttons each integrating a user-customizable display - would be here later on in 2011, and now the company has confirmed that it's in the early production stage. In effect a doubled version of the Mini Three, the Mini Six does differ in that it uses new, more compact LCD displays for its keys.

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