Keyboards

ROCCAT launches Isku FX gaming keyboard

ROCCAT launches Isku FX gaming keyboard

For the PC gamer, there are a huge number of gaming keyboards available. A lot of these keyboards come decked out in LED lights so you can see what you're seeing while you're presumably playing in your darkened man cave, but the folks at ROCCAT have decided to take keyboard backlighting to the next level. Say hello to the new Isku FX gaming keyboard, a board that looks familiar at first but holds a really exciting feature beneath its keys.

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Microsoft unveils Sculpt Comfort Keyboard for Windows 8

Microsoft unveils Sculpt Comfort Keyboard for Windows 8

Back in July, Microsoft unveiled a number of new keyboards for use with both Windows 8/RT tablets and Windows 8 desktops, but it looks like the company wasn't quite finished revealing new peripherals. Today Microsoft announced the Sculpt Comfort keyboard, big brother to the Sculpt Mobile keyboard. The two do look quite similar, but there are few key differences between them that are worth pointing out.

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Microsoft Hardware brings on Sculpt and Wedge mobile keyboards for tablets

Microsoft Hardware brings on Sculpt and Wedge mobile keyboards for tablets

If you have issues typing on a tablet's touchscreen, then Microsoft has a pair of new keyboards aimed directly at you. The company revealed the Sculpt and Wedge mobile keyboards today, two new travel-friendly keyboards meant to make typing on the go a smoother experience. Both keyboards have a lot in common, but there a few key differences between both that consumers will want to pay attention to.

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Microsoft readying Wedge keyboard with new Window 8 logo

Microsoft readying Wedge keyboard with new Window 8 logo

Microsoft may be preparing a massive software launch for Windows 8 later this year, but it looks like the company is also readying some new accessories to go along with the update. A new keyboard made by Microsoft has been spotted by Czech site WinMAG that seems to be designed for portable use with mobile devices like tablets. On top of that, the keyboard will feature the new Windows logo.

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Art Lebedev’s Optimus Popularis and Mini Six keyboards ready for pre-order

Art Lebedev’s Optimus Popularis and Mini Six keyboards ready for pre-order

We haven't heard much from Art Lebedev's design studio since, well, the update on the Optimus Polaris last summer. But the Russia design company know for its innovative usage of LCDs on high-end keyboards has announced today that they're taking pre-orders for both its Optimus Popularis and Optimus mini six keyboards, the former priced at 31,500P, or approximately $1086 USD, and the latter at 10,900P, or around $376 USD. That's the hefty price you pay for a sleek Art Levedev piece, indeed.

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Logitech offers themed peripherals for PC Call of Duty gamers

Logitech offers themed peripherals for PC Call of Duty gamers

Logitech has announced the availability of two custom themed peripherals for PC gamers that are fans of the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 game that will be launching soon. The first of the peripherals is a version of the G9x gaming mouse and the other is a custom version of the G105 gaming keyboard. Both of the peripherals have special COD graphics on them.

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Obama keyboard lets you be the speech puppet master

Obama keyboard lets you be the speech puppet master

We have a ton of DIY projects that are really interesting rolling around the geeky tech world this month. I have already looked at a few of them recently and another one has caught my eye. If you ever wished you could just take control of President Obama and make home say what you want to hear for a change a this Obama speech keyboard is for you.

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The Engrain Keyboard is Made of Wood

The Engrain Keyboard is Made of Wood

I've spent a lot of time looking at strange keyboards. Anyone remember the miniguru? I even once spent a few hours browsing Cherry's website looking at the various high quality keyboard switches for an abortive project last year. That said, thank God for talented industrial designers like Michael Roopenian. Us computer users spend our time interacting with our machines primarily through the keyboard, it's the primary place where we touch and feel the physical presence of the machine. Usually we're rubbing our fingers all over a collection of cheap plastic keys. My current keyboard is an unimpressive slab of black plastic like I'm sure most of us are using. The Engrain keyboard is so pretty and I want one. Now.

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