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Pokemoji is an emoji keyboard for Pokemon GO addicts

Pokemoji is an emoji keyboard for Pokemon GO addicts

A project hatched in April caught the feel and the fervor present in the full launch of Pokemon GO this past month. That project was posted on Behance as Pokemoji Keyboard. Realized as a design project - not quite a fully-published app, Pokemoji would be the most awesome and awesomely-simple interpretation of Pokemon graphics on any mobile chat platform. Straight from Laureen Minet and Kévin Magalhaes from Lille, France, this is Pokemoji.

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iPad Pro Smart Keyboard gets Arabic, Italian, British English layouts

iPad Pro Smart Keyboard gets Arabic, Italian, British English layouts

Unless you've been exposed to other cultures and languages, you might presume that keyboards, be they for typewriters or computers, are a one size fits all kind of thing when it comes to the arrangement and characters on them. You might be surprised at the sometimes subtle variations in existence. Most keyboards, especially for mobile devices, sadly fail to take those into account. Apple, however, is quite keen on appealing to as many countries as possible, which is why it is now putting out Arabic, Italian, and British English layouts for its Smart Keyboards for the iPad Pro tablets of both sizes.

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Logi Create for iPad Pro 9.7 is a backlit keyboard case

Logi Create for iPad Pro 9.7 is a backlit keyboard case

Logitech has released a new accessory for the iPad Pro 9.7 users out there called the Logi Create. The device is a keyboard case and the keyboard has backlight so you can type and use it in a dark environment without issues. The keyboard is designed to work with the Apple Smart Connector.

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Razer iPad Pro keyboard makes world’s first ultra-low-profile mechanical switch

Razer iPad Pro keyboard makes world’s first ultra-low-profile mechanical switch

This morning the folks at Razer have revealed their first big play for the iPad Pro in an keyboard case. This keyboard case works with Razer's own Ultra-Low-Profile Mechanical Switches, the first of their kind. Every one of these Razer Ultra-Low-Profile Mechanical switches works with "a true actuation and reset point." In short - they're radical. The case will be shipping immediately straight through Razer's official store online at Razerzone dot com.

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Razer Turret Review and my living room keyboard dreams

Razer Turret Review and my living room keyboard dreams

I'd been waiting a long time for this keyboard to be released. This, the Razer Turret, a keyboard, mouse, and mousepad made for the living room. I first saw it back at CES 2015. Back then, it went hand-in-hand with the Razer Forge TV, a device that was revealed just before its biggest competitor, the NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV. I was more excited about having a handy keyboard and mouse for my couch than I was for the Android TV platform, no matter the manufacturer. Razer had made the ideal set of controllers for lounging and gaming. It'd be months before I got the opportunity to use this device duo at home.

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Das Keyboard 5Q cloud-connected keyboard color controls keys over the internet

Das Keyboard 5Q cloud-connected keyboard color controls keys over the internet

The Das Keyboard has been around for a while now in different forms and as each new generation comes to market, it brings with it some cool new features. The next version called the Das keyboard 5Q has turned up on Kickstarter and its bit of new tech comes in the form of cloud connectivity along with an open API and RGB mechanical keys.

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Xbox One keyboard support is very close, mouse a bit later

Xbox One keyboard support is very close, mouse a bit later

It is a revelation that will most likely be met with both anticipation and dread, depending on which gaming side you're camping on. Playing with a keyboard and a mouse is coming really, really soon for the Xbox One. For PC gamers more used to those input controls, it is welcome news. For console gamers dreading the feared amalgamation of Microsoft's console and PC gaming worlds, it is yet another omen of that future. Of course for Microsoft, it just means being able to play Windows 10 games on any Microsoft-powered device, which ultimately means more profit for the company.

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Corsair LAPDOG brings the mouse and keyboard to your couch

Corsair LAPDOG brings the mouse and keyboard to your couch

I have a gaming dilemma, one that I think is pretty common among PC gamers. I've got a really nice gaming computer, and a nice monitor, and that's what I tend to use for gaming. But sometimes I want to just chill on my couch and play games on my big screen. I've used a number of different methods to get my keyboard and mouse to work on the couch, but it's never comfortable enough. But now Corsair thinks that they have the answer.

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Wooting One analog keyboard hits Kickstarter

Wooting One analog keyboard hits Kickstarter

A few months ago, I wrote about an interesting new keyboard that was being worked on. Usually when a keyboard has a new feature, it's related to lighting, or displaying some sort of additional information. However, the Wooting One promises to do something that no other keyboard on the market can do.

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TAP lets you type on any surface, looks like a weapon

TAP lets you type on any surface, looks like a weapon

There are devices that aim to deliver the utmost convenience in our digital lives. Some of them, however, could give security personnel a fit, like bags with hidden pockets for electronics, particularly batteries, and rings that are too large to be innocent. While this TAP wearable is actually made from soft, flexible textile, it might very well look like a knuckle weapon at first glance or from a distance. It may, however, be worth the odd glance or interrogation, as the odd-looking contraption will let you type on smartphones, computers, TVs, and even smartwatches, all without a keyboard.

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Google’s Gboard brings search and GIFs to your iOS keyboard

Google’s Gboard brings search and GIFs to your iOS keyboard

As the number of keyboard apps for iOS with GIF functionality seems to increase every day, Google isn't going to be left behind. The internet giant has rolled out a new iOS app today, fittingly called Gboard, that not only lets users insert emoji and GIFs, but also conduct Google web searches, all without needing to switch keyboards. Heck, that trifecta of features alone can even replace the need to switch apps.

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Razer Turret keyboard, mouse is finally ready for your lap

Razer Turret keyboard, mouse is finally ready for your lap

Back in CES 2015, Razer revealed a few gaming products geared for the living room, in contrast to its usual aim for desktops and laptops. Fast forward to 2016, only the Forge TV Android TV console and its matching Serval controller actually made it to the market. Today, that changes, with Razer finally and belatedly launching the Turret keyboard and mouse combo. Or rather, gaming mouse and "lapboard", as the latter is specifically designed to be used on your lap while gaming on your couch.

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