peripherals

iKey unveils ultra-compact SWB-86-TP keyboard

iKey unveils ultra-compact SWB-86-TP keyboard

iKey has announced the latest model in its line of ultra-compact keyboards: the SWB-86-TP. This rugged unit is part of the company's WaterBoard line of keyboards, and is aimed at the public safety market, particularly for in-vehicle use. The SWB-86-TP is completely plug-and-play, meaning you can just grab it and go, no drivers required.

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Mad Catz STRIKE 5 is the wildest gaming keyboard ever

Mad Catz STRIKE 5 is the wildest gaming keyboard ever

If you're in the market for a new gaming keyboard to go along with you gaming PC, Mad Catz has one of the most interesting I've seen in a long time. The keyboard is called the STRIKE 5 and is available for pre-order right now for $199.99. Rather than being a simple gaming keyboard like we see from other manufacturers; this one is actually made up of five different modules.

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Drobo Mini and 5D up for pre-order

Drobo Mini and 5D up for pre-order

Pre-orders for Drobo's latest external storage arrays have opened, with retailers offering up early spots for the new Drobo 5D and Drobo Mini ahead of their September release. Announced back in June, the two models pack Thunderbolt connectivity and optional mSATA SSD bays that can dramatically increase performance, and Drobo claims that pre-sale interest in the pair has been the most frantic of any of the company's models.

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Power Pwn surge protector snoops on your network

Power Pwn surge protector snoops on your network

A company called Pwnie Express has a new product that's in the works called the Power Pwn. It looks like your typical power strip or surge protector but is designed to snoop on your network. Systems administrators in the enterprise setting won't appreciate this device all because it could be slipped into the network, and most people would never even notice.

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Wacom launches Intuos5 graphics tablet with multi-touch

Wacom launches Intuos5 graphics tablet with multi-touch

Wacom has announced the Intuos5, its next-gen graphics tablet that offers a precise pressure- and tilt-sensitive stylus with the addition of multi-touch gestures support. Wireless connectivity is also available for the Intuos5 as an option. The graphics tablet is aimed at design professionals, photographers, and artists who want to take their digital creations to the next level.

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PowerUSB strip takes charge of AC bills

PowerUSB strip takes charge of AC bills

I would bet if you look behind your desk you have at least one power strip back there providing power for things like your PC, your monitor, speakers, and maybe several other things. I would also bet that most of those devices aren't used when your computer is turned off, yet they remain running most of the time. An interesting power strip called the PowerUSB Basic has turned up that has four AC outlets and will turn off anything connected to three of those outlets when your computer is turned off.

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Nikon WT-5 WiFi dongle controls up to 10 D4 cameras at once

Nikon WT-5 WiFi dongle controls up to 10 D4 cameras at once

Nikon's WT-5 WiFi dongle has just been approved by the FCC and it's ready to bring some killer effects to the pro and semi-pro DSLR category. You can now achieve similar 360-degree cinematic effects like the ones made famous in The Matrix movies with the Nikon WT-5 dongle as it lets you control up to 10 of Nikon's latest D4 DSLRs at one time.

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Spatial View 3DeeScreen can turn any laptop into a 3D laptop

Spatial View 3DeeScreen can turn any laptop into a 3D laptop

Glasses-free 3D technology has been hit or miss since it first started making its way to the consumer market in late 2010. It's a neat feature to have in 3D digital camera preview displays and digital photo frames, but it's not winning a lot of fans when it comes to 3D phones, and the Nintendo 3DS hasn't exactly been a blockbuster. But if all it took was an accessible and relatively inexpensive peripheral to bring your computer to the next dimension, would you?

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