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Apple Keyboard Service Program updated: Here’s who’s eligible

Apple Keyboard Service Program updated: Here’s who’s eligible

Apple isn't just adding new, faster MacBook Pro models to its range today: it's also updating its Keyboard Service Program, too. The scheme was launched in mid-2018 in the face of growing complaints about the Butterfly key mechanism, which some MacBook and MacBook Pro owners discovered could be more than a little frustrating.

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Razer Turret for Xbox One: Hands-on and First Impressions

Razer Turret for Xbox One: Hands-on and First Impressions

There's a new keyboard and mouse combo out in the wild, and it's made by Razer, teamed up with Microsoft, and it's aimed at Xbox One. This is the "Razer Turret for Xbox One", a device that's sort of like a second-gen Razer Turret - but one made for a more traditional, full-sized accessory-loving gamer. This is far more of a gaming keyboard fo the living room without compromises than the original - and again, it's made for Xbox One.

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Nemeio e-paper keyboard lets you customize each and every key

Nemeio e-paper keyboard lets you customize each and every key

Decades after they were introduced in the very first typewriters, keyboards remain one of the most critical input methods in modern life, even with touch devices. Despite its importance, very little has changed in the venerable keyboard and there is still no one keyboard to fit all. Enter Nemeio, a French company that’s making the still unnamed keyboard of the future. Rather than simply let you change keyboard mappings and try to remember them while looking at the same keys, this keyboard while change its display from keys to numbers to even icons.

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Razer Turret brings keyboard and mouse to Xbox One

Razer Turret brings keyboard and mouse to Xbox One

Keyboard and mouse support is now live on Xbox One, and Razer has made it clear that it wants to get in on the ground floor with this. It's been teasing a new keyboard and mouse made specifically for the Xbox One for a few weeks now, and today, it officially unveiled the duo. Get ready to drop some cash, because Razer's first mouse and keyboard pair for Xbox One are expensive.

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SwiftKey for Android gets built-in search for rapid web browsing

SwiftKey for Android gets built-in search for rapid web browsing

Microsoft has released an update for its mobile keyboard SwiftKey, giving Android users access to a built-in search bar. With this new feature, users can directly browse the web and share the content they find with others, eliminating the need to toggle between an app and web browser. As expected, the new feature uses Bing as its search engine.

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Razer teases Xbox One wireless keyboard, mouse for early 2019

Razer teases Xbox One wireless keyboard, mouse for early 2019

For quite some time Microsoft had promised that keyboard and mouse support was coming to the Xbox One, and earlier this month it finally delivered the feature, with a handful of games introducing compatibility for the accessories, including Fortnite. Now that the feature is out, allowing Xbox One owners to connect just about any keyboard and mouse they already have, it's still a matter of time before hardware specifically designed for the console is released. But rather than Microsoft, it looks like Razer is handling things.

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Razer BlackWidow Lite keyboard may surprise you

Razer BlackWidow Lite keyboard may surprise you

As most PC gamers will tell you, mechanical keyboards are great. One drawback for some, however, is their tendency to make a loud clacking sound with every keystroke. While many people (such as myself) love that sound, it can certainly be obtrusive or annoying in a work setting. To help with that, Razer today introduced the BlackWidow Lite, which it describes as a "discreet" mechanical keyboard.

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Xbox One mouse & keyboard support finally arrives next week, including Fortnite

Xbox One mouse & keyboard support finally arrives next week, including Fortnite

Xbox One gamers waiting for the long-promised feature of mouse and keyboard support for the console are finally getting good news: after a limited beta test for mouse functionality just two weeks ago, Microsoft has announced that both mouse and keyboard features will be rolling out to everyone next week, with support for this year's biggest game — Fortnite.

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Cosmo Communicator phone teases 2x screens and a QWERTY

Cosmo Communicator phone teases 2x screens and a QWERTY

A smartphone-like device called Cosmo Communicator was revealed today by Planet Computers. This is just the newest in a line of similar devices made by Planet Computers, and it's not the first to run Android. This is just the latest and greatest of the machines the company's made to fill the gaps between smartphone and laptop - and don't call it a tablet, because it most certainly isn't that.

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Brydge G-Type for Pixel Slate turns the tablet into a laptop

Brydge G-Type for Pixel Slate turns the tablet into a laptop

Google has just fully revealed the Pixel Slate, its return to tablets and its formal answer to the continuing onslaught of iPad Pros and Surfaces. While it does represent a new stage in Chrome OS history, it might also have disappointed some Pixelbook fans who would have preferred a more traditional laptop experience. For those that do, popular Bluetooth keyboard maker Brydge may have a solution for you. If you’re willing to make a few concessions.

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Xbox One keyboard, mouse support confirmed, Razer peripherals coming

Xbox One keyboard, mouse support confirmed, Razer peripherals coming

It's really been a long time coming and Xbox users are probably more surprised that it is taking Microsoft this long to roll out this feature. In fact, keyboard and mouse support for the Xbox One isn't even rolling out yet except for a very select few Xbox Insiders. Microsoft may just be trying to do the implementation correctly and, perhaps more importantly, assure console gamers that it isn't the end of the world yet.

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Logitech K600 is a keyboard for your smart TV

Logitech K600 is a keyboard for your smart TV

Most of the Logitech products we've seen throughout the years have been accessories made for PCs, but today, the company is taking that PC accessory know-how and moving it into the living room. Logitech has announced the K600 keyboard, and instead of being a PC accessory, it's meant to be used with your smart TV. That much is evident in its design, as it doesn't really look like a traditional PC keyboard.

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