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This is Pixel C: Google’s premium Android 2-in-1

This is Pixel C: Google’s premium Android 2-in-1

Google has revealed a high-powered tablet by the name of Pixel C, exemplifying the best in what the Google hardware ecosystem can do. Like the original Chromebook Pixel, this device has a high-definition display and is meant to lead the way for smart devices within its software's ecosystem, in that case Chrome. In the case of the Pixel C, Google is leading the way with an Android tablet. This tablet works with a magnetically-connecting display that connects to a keyboard below.

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G410 Atlas spectrum gaming keyboard ditches ten key adds G Arx dock

G410 Atlas spectrum gaming keyboard ditches ten key adds G Arx dock

Logitech has debuted its latest gaming keyboard called the G410 Atlas Spectrum RGB TKL Mechanical Gaming Keyboard. The keyboard has no number pad and has mechanical keys. The keys use Logitech's Romer-G mechanical switches that promise up to 25% faster key switch actuation thanks to their compact design.

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Emoji keyboard is actually 14 keyboards

Emoji keyboard is actually 14 keyboards

A lot of people I know are really into emoji when they are texting or posting to any social media. Some of us only use the smiley emoji, and then it's only so you know (or at least think) we are kidding when we say something that might be construed as mean. Other folks use emoji like crazy, you know these folks they are the ones that try and have entire conversations with nothing but emoji.

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BlackBerry Venice Android phone photos leak with details

BlackBerry Venice Android phone photos leak with details

The first BlackBerry Android device has been leaked with a series of photos up close and personal. These images show the device to have a touchscreen display and slide-out keyboard - a hardware keyboard, that is - and a relatively sizable back-facing camera. This device has a number of BlackBerry-specific software features in addition to its notable odd hardware. You'll notice slightly modified icons as well as a set of BlackBerry-made apps, new to Android entirely.

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Logitech CREATE keyboard case jumps on the iPad Pro train

Logitech CREATE keyboard case jumps on the iPad Pro train

Unless you've been living under a rock, or sleeping the past 12 hours, you would have probably heard by now that Apple launched the iPad Pro, the tablet that breaks almost all of the restrictions that the late Steve Jobs set for the product line. It's huge, it has a stylus, and has an official keyboard case accessory. The latter, of course, is an opportunity for accessory makers to also capitalize on that opening. And first on the scene is none other than Logitech with its new CREATE keyboard for the iPad Pro.

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iPad Pro keyboard case brings QWERTY to big Apple tablet

iPad Pro keyboard case brings QWERTY to big Apple tablet

This morning Apple revealed the iPad Pro, and along with it, a keyboard case that folds over its front. This device has a physical keyboard that's very thin, able to fold out and hold the iPad Pro up as it sits down on the surface of your desk, flat. Apple suggests that this keyboard is made with a "woven fabric" to create the structure of its keys, and that it'll work with the iPad Pro's "Smart Connector."

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Hands-on with LG’s Rolly, a keyboard you unfurl

Hands-on with LG’s Rolly, a keyboard you unfurl

It takes a lot to generate excitement about a keyboard, but somehow the LG Rolly seemed to manage it. Splitting each row of keys into a different spline, and then allowing each to roll around a central battery section, the portable keyboard is intended to be your tablet's best friend without taking up too much space in your bag.

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Logitech K380 Bluetooth keyboard and M535 mouse unveiled

Logitech K380 Bluetooth keyboard and M535 mouse unveiled

Logitech has introduced two new devices, its Bluetooth multi-device K380 keyboard and the Logitech M535 Bluetooth mouse. The keyboard will be launching for customers around the globe this month, as will the Bluetooth mouse with the exception of Europe, where it won't launch until some time next month. These allow power users and those who don't like using a laptop's keyboard to use their computers sans the wired shackle.

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LG Rolly Keyboard rolls into a stick to fit in your bag

LG Rolly Keyboard rolls into a stick to fit in your bag

There are literally dozens of keyboard accessories out there for tablets and even smartphones, but most of them fall into two categories. Either they present a comfortable full-sized keyboard but are uncomfortably bulky, or they are incredibly petite but inevitably result in tangled or cramped fingers. Since our mobile devices these days are just as useful for work as they are for play, LG has tried to design the Rolly Keyboard that fits both types. Its solution? Have the keyboard roll into a rather fat stick.

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Microsoft DisplayCover gives Surface an epaper touchscreen

Microsoft DisplayCover gives Surface an epaper touchscreen

Microsoft's detachable Surface keyboard may already bring easy text entry to the tablet, but the company is cooking up a new DisplayCover prototype with its own e-paper touchscreen. The work-in-progress peripheral is the handiwork of Microsoft's Applied Sciences Group, combining not only a physical keyboard but a full-width touchscreen which can be used to show menu items, toolbar controls, or even offer an alternative input area.

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New Apple mouse, keyboard incoming with Bluetooth LE

New Apple mouse, keyboard incoming with Bluetooth LE

New Apple accessories for desktop computers appear in FCC listings, likely headed for release later this Summer. Today we're seeing two wireless devices, on Apple mouse, the other an Apple wireless keyboard. The keyboard has not had a refresh since 2011 while the mouse (also known as the Magic Mouse) has not had a refresh since the year 2009. It's about time for that to happen. Inside these devices is no longer the Bluetooth 2.1 (BCM2042 inside) they originally came packed with, but Bluetooth 4.2 with Bluetooth LE Low Energy.

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Galaxy S6 Edge Plus tipped to support optional keyboard accessory

Galaxy S6 Edge Plus tipped to support optional keyboard accessory

The leaks of images and info about Samsung's Galaxy S6 Edge Plus and Galaxy Note 5 have been practically non-stop over the last few weeks, and with the official launch taking place later this week, there's no sign of them slowing down. One of the latest is actually of an interesting accessory for the S6 Edge Plus: a cover featuring a physical keyboard. This would be the first such accessory from Samsung for one of its devices, and it clearly draws comparisons to BlackBerrys, PDAs, and other devices of recent history.

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