Keyboards

Thanko Heated & Cooled USB keyboard

Thanko Heated & Cooled USB keyboard

"Cold hands, warm heart" goes the old saying, but if you're more keen on melting the ice around your digits than you are reassuring people of your genial nature then Thanko's new keyboard might appeal.  As well as looking monstrously well built, the USB 'board includes both a fan-cooler and warmer function, designed to keep your hands clement despite the weather.

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iKey BT-87-TP Rugged Bluetooth Keyboard meets NEMA 4X specs

iKey BT-87-TP Rugged Bluetooth Keyboard meets NEMA 4X specs

If you're an ultraportable device user and you want to keep working even when conditions aren't all that great, iKey may have the keyboard for you.  The iKey BT-87-TP Rugged Bluetooth Keyboard is a 12.01 x 7.75 x 2.03 inch fully-sealed slab of ruggedized data entry, with an industrial silicone keypad and ABS polycarbonate case that together met NEMA 4X specifications dirt, dust, water, ice and corrosive resistance.

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Toshiba Satellite NB100 netbook hands-on suggests cramped controls

Toshiba Satellite NB100 netbook hands-on suggests cramped controls

Toshiba's NB100 netbook (aka the NB105) may not step outside the box with its spec sheet, but that won't stop buyers being drawn to the reliable brand name.  TechRadar had a brief hands-on with the NB100 recently, and found that while the 120GB available hard-drive space is capacious and the Ubuntu OS smooth with its 512MB of RAM, the keyboard was smaller than on rival machines. 

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Optimus Aux renders: size, key tweaks and port changes detailed

Optimus Aux renders: size, key tweaks and port changes detailed

Two Optimus posts in one day almost smacks of Maximus hype, but it's Friday and we do have some slick new renders of the recently-christened Aux.  Optimus have tweaked the design from its initial, Pultius form: gone are the odd gaps between the columns, and an extra USB port has been added to the back.  Optimus originally suggested that the USB could be used to daisy-chain multiple keypads together.

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Freestyle Solo Keyboard for Mac users

Freestyle Solo Keyboard for Mac users

I have always cared just as much about my technology accessories as I do about the tech items themselves. I'm not really sure why, but I'm highly particular about what I pair together. Which means I always like checking out even boring accessories like keyboards.

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