peripherals

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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Matias Tactile One Keyboard for your iPhone, Mac, and PC

Matias Tactile One Keyboard for your iPhone, Mac, and PC

If you're often having to juggle between typing for your work and typing text messages on your iPhone, here's a new keyboard from Matias that does it all. The Matias Tactile One Keyboard lets you instantly switch back and forth between your iPhone and your PC or Mac with the push of button, much like having two keyboards in one. Plus, it's built with buckling spring keys so that even the most discerning typists will be impressed.

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Genius Ring Presenter with laser pointer breaks cover

Genius Ring Presenter with laser pointer breaks cover

Genius has unveiled a new product called the Ring Presenter. The device slips onto the finger like a ring and has a control pad on the top that allows the user to control the cursor on the computer as they would with a normal mouse. The ring that wraps around the finger is made from rubber for grip and to fit more people.

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Warpia StreamHD Review

Warpia StreamHD Review

Right this moment you are two USB dongles and a handful of simple clicks away from displaying your computer's display on your HDTV, no questions asked. What we've got here is the Warpia StreamHD wireless HD media transmitter and right out of the box you'll be able to plug in and make it happen, just so long as you're using a Windows computer and your television is able to work with HDMI, as all good high definition televisions should be these days. Take a look here at how neat this little setup is and how you, yes you, can now watch Netflix on your non-internet television without the heinous acts of purchasing an Xbox or an iPad 2. Of course if you've got those, then there's no reason for this, right? Wrong, mister, there's so many things you could do with this little set of gadgets that it's unreal.

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HP launches X7000 Wi-Fi Touch Mouse with Facebook button

HP launches X7000 Wi-Fi Touch Mouse with Facebook button

HP has quietly begun shipping its X7000 Wi-Fi Touch Mouse a tad earlier than the expected launch later this week. The X7000 Wi-Fi Touch Mouse connects to your computer or laptop via its built-in Wi-Fi receiver and doesn't require a wireless router. This way the Wi-Fi-enabled mouse also doesn't take up one of your USB ports with a dongle, such as is needed with corded or Bluetooth mice.

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Warpia unveils Value Edition StreamHD PC to TV streaming kit

Warpia unveils Value Edition StreamHD PC to TV streaming kit

We have talked about the company Warpia before. This company makes a bunch of different video streaming systems that help you get content from your PC over to your TV for viewing on a larger screen. This is the perfect device for shooting your streaming video from the computer to the TV. Warpia has just announced a new and cheaper version of its StreamHD system called the StreamHD Value Edition.

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Bluetooth 4.0 gets rebranded Bluetooth Smart Ready

Bluetooth 4.0 gets rebranded Bluetooth Smart Ready

The Bluetooth Special Interest Group has decided to rebrand its new Bluetooth 4.0 standard, which has recently launched on the iPhone 4S and has been available on the latest Mac Mini and MacBook Air. The new naming scheme adds the categories Bluetooth Smart and Bluetooth Smart Ready to help clarify device compatibilities, although it now seems only more confusing.

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Doxie Go cuts the cords, scans to Mac, iPad, and iPhone

Doxie Go cuts the cords, scans to Mac, iPad, and iPhone

The Doxie Go was announced today as a new portable scanner that can scan documents without being attached to a computer. Instead, it stores scanned files internally, operates on a rechargeable battery, and only needs to be attached via USB to either another computer or a flash drive when you're ready to transfer the files.

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