Keyboards

Minuum bends its way onto the Moto 360

Minuum bends its way onto the Moto 360

The company trying to put a keyboard everywhere you look is t it again. Minuum, who have dedicated themselves to being on every platform possible, have vowed to bring their minimalist design to the classic, minimalist Moto 360 smartwatch. It won’t be the keyboard you’re used to, though.

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Fleksy Messenger now available for the Samsung Gear 2

Fleksy Messenger now available for the Samsung Gear 2

Since the smartwatch came to pass, the question has remained: how can we type on that thing? A small screen doesn’t lend itself to quick thumbs, and with such small keys, how would we get by? Fleksy has an answer, and from the looks of it — a pretty good one.

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Maglev Keyboard uses magnets for ultra-slimness

Maglev Keyboard uses magnets for ultra-slimness

The race to make the thinnest laptops is a never-ending one, and could soon ramp up with the introduction of the Maglev Keyboard, a svelte notebook keyboard with a name that hints at its best feature: magnets, rather than traditional rubber plungers.

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Minuum keyboard coming to iOS 8 later this year

Minuum keyboard coming to iOS 8 later this year

You expected this to happen, I’m sure. Minuum, the popular minimalist keyboard, is coming to the iPhone. Once iOS 8 hits, the keyboard that aims to give you the most screen real estate will be there, waiting for you with open arms.

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Fleksy for iOS 8 teased, shows off new word prediction feature

Fleksy for iOS 8 teased, shows off new word prediction feature

With the announcement of iOS 8, we were all treated to news that third-party keyboards can be used on our various devices. We know the popular SwiftKey is coming, and now we’ve learned at least one more will make an appearance around the time iOS 8 is official. Fleksy, the simplified keyboard, will also be one you can get for iOS 8.

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ASUS ROG intros slew of gaming gear at Computex

ASUS ROG intros slew of gaming gear at Computex

At Computex 2014, ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) has introduced all sorts of new hardware for gamers ranging from peripherals to new PCs. Though pricing for the devices hasn't been revealed, nor launch dates for most of the hardware, we've got a run down of the various specs.

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Zagg Auto-Fit keyboard case is tablet-agnostic

Zagg Auto-Fit keyboard case is tablet-agnostic

Zagg has launched the first of three tablet cases designed to fit nearly any Android tablet available, whether a name-brand slate or a generic device from an unknown company. In addition, the Auto-Fit is spring-loaded and hinged, allowing the tablet to be adjusted like a laptop display.

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Office for iPad Keyboard Case review round-up

Office for iPad Keyboard Case review round-up

Office for iPad has arrived, but while there's little question now that tablets can be used for productivity, sometimes it takes a real keyboard to get proper work done. Thankfully even before Office's much-anticipated release, Bluetooth keyboard cases for the iPad Air and iPad mini have proliferated. Head on past the cut as we look at the best from Zagg, Logitech, Belkin, and Microsoft.

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Razer Mechanical Switch: a first for gamers

Razer Mechanical Switch: a first for gamers

Today Razer has announced its latest device for gamers, the Razer Mechanical Switch, which is the company's first mechanical switch keyboard designed for game play. The company says it has engineered the keyboard from the ground up, doing so with a focus on its gaming customers, rather than the typists such devices are often aimed at.

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Matias Secure Pro wireless keyboard brings 128-bit encryption, goes up for pre-order

Matias Secure Pro wireless keyboard brings 128-bit encryption, goes up for pre-order

Matias has put its new wireless keyboard, the Secure Pro, up for pre-order on its website. With the keyboard, which is compact in nature and has a no-nonsense business design, comes wireless connectivity and 128-bit AES encryption to keep data away from prying eyes, which the company says is the strongest encryption you can get with a wireless keyboard.

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SwiftKey keyboard for Android update turns wintery, kills bugs

SwiftKey keyboard for Android update turns wintery, kills bugs

SwiftKey got a new theme for winter this week. It's called "Ice", and it is what it sounds like. The alternative keyboard shows off a wintery look with snowflakes that collect at the bottom of the display as you type. The update in which the theme is included also includes an array of bug fixes.

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Nokia Lumia 2520 commercial misleads, plays on geek insecurities

Nokia Lumia 2520 commercial misleads, plays on geek insecurities

Nokia has released a somewhat misleading commercial having a go at a tablet that could be interpreted as an Apple iPad while touting its own, new Lumia 2520 tablet. The ad focuses on the competitor tablet's lack of a keyboard and allegedly shorter battery life. The problem with the ad is that it fails to mention that the attachable Nokia Power Keyboard that makes mechanical typing possible on the 2520 -- and extends the tablet's battery life by a claimed 50% -- doesn't come standard with the 2520.

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