Logitech has whipped up an Apple-specific version of its affordable multi-device keyboard, with the K380 for Mac designed to easily integrate with your Mac, iPad, or iPhone. Based on the venerable K380 wireless keyboard that Logitech first launched all the way back in 2015, this new version targets those who have gone all-in on Apple's software.
Accessories company Targus has teamed with Samsung to launch a keyboard case for its new Galaxy Tab S6 Lite tablet. The model was launched in April as a mid-range offering, one that can be used for ordinary tablet activities in addition to sketching. That tablet doesn't ship with a cover, but Samsung is offering a standalone option from Targus.
Microsoft has two new docking stations to announce today, the Surface Dock 2 and the USB-C Travel Hub, and it's hoping they'll be enough to distract you from the new Surface Book 3's missing port. Tapping into the growing number of people wanting access to desktop peripherals but without having to plug in and unplug their laptop each and every time, the two hubs are also joined by a pair of desktop keyboard and mouse sets.
Apple aren't the only ones with a new iPad keyboard today, with Logitech unveiling a trackpad-toting keyboard case for the iPadOS tablet. Unlike the Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro, though, the new Logitech Combo Touch is intended for Apple's more affordable tablets too, though it'll only really come into its own when iPadOS 13.4 drops later in the year.
Apple's new Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro isn't just for the updated 2020 tablet, the company has confirmed, with news about backward compatibility shared today. Announced alongside the latest iPad Pro, the Magic Keyboard promises to address some of the lingering complaints tablet users have had about Apple's keyboard covers, including bringing trackpad support for the first time.
Fujitsu released a new edition of their Happy Hacking Keyboard, a "cult classic" keyboard that's remained largely the same for over 20 years. The newest round of "HHKB" models are called HHKB Pro 3, and they come in three different versions. There's the HHKB Pro 3 Classic, HHKB Pro 3 HYBRID, and HHKB Pro 3 HYBRID Type-S. New accessories were also shown, including wrist rests, tablet/phone stands with travel bags, a protective lid, and a carrying case bundle.
On November 6, 2019, Razer revealed two new gaming mouse devices, the Razer Basilisk Ultimate, and the Razer Basilisk X HyperSpeed. These gaming mice were also wireless, working with the company's own branded "Razer HypeSpeed" technology that they suggested was "25% faster than any other wireless gaming technologies." Razer also suggested that these mice had the lowest click latency with said Razer HyperSpeed tech onboard, with "improved Adaptive Frequency Hopping" to boot.
Given how much time we spend with our hands on a keyboard and mouse, it's no surprise that people take peripherals seriously, and it's just that audience that Logitech is targeting with its new MX Master 3 range. The MX Master 3 Advanced Wireless Mouse and MX Keys keyboard are the fifth generation of the accessory-maker's MX-series, and while you may think getting text and cursor control right would be straightforward, it turns out keeping peripheral-enthusiasts happy is harder than it seems.
Today the "leading global lifestyle brand for gamers" Razer launched a program they called Razer Customs. This system was launched by Razer's official website "offering exclusive case designs for a range of popular smartphones." If you've been following mobile tech news for the past few years, you might already be able to guess the twist, here - or you might not believe it could be true, but... Razer Customs works with a range of phones, includes iPhone, Samsung Galaxy, Google Pixel, and even a Huawei phone, but not Razer's own Razer Phone.
I don't often write about car chargers for smartphones, largely because the technology just... doesn't change all that often. Since the last time I wrote about a car charger, a significant amount's changed - enough that it makes sense to point out a product from a brand that I've come to trust over the past half-decade via their Apple MFI Certifications, top-notch industrial design, and long-lasting materials.
This week the folks at Razer made good on another April Fool's Day joke gone viral. They originally supposed that a gaming company making products outside the peripheral/accessory realm was laughable - but given the products they've announced over the past several weeks, it would seem they've been proven wrong. The first of the products in this realm is the energy drink called Respawn.