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Hands On: AVS GEAR BL-741 LED backlight keyboard

Posted in Review,Uncategorized by Conner Flynn on March 15th, 2011

When it comes to computing, the keyboard is pretty boring. Do we even know that it is there anymore as we mindlessly mash key after key? Well, AVS Gear wants to spice up your computer time and let you know that the keyboard is still there with their ZIPPY BL-741 LED backlight keyboard. They sent us a review unit so we could check it out. The ZIPPY BL-741 offers a 512-color level, allowing you to adjust the colors the way you want them.

You can adjust the brightness in dark settings and it consumes low power. You also get triple-color LEDs and an On/Off switch to regulate the backlight atmosphere.

Toshiba UX600 series HDTVs with WiFi, 1080p & LED-backlight

Posted in Toshiba by Conner Flynn on March 22nd, 2010

Toshiba has announced the UX600 series, complete with an included WiFi adapter in the box and they can access YouTube, VUDU, Pandora and other social networking services like Facebook and Twitter. At first, three models in the UX600 range will be available, the 40UX600, 46UX600 and 55UX600, at 40-inches, 46-inches and 55-inches.

The trio all offer a 3,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, Full HD 1080p and Toshiba’s ClearFrame 120Hz technology. They can also act as a digital photo frame, and they have automatic brightness control based on ambient lighting.

ReallyCool Keyboard is quiet, waterproof

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on June 3rd, 2008

ReallyCool Keyboard is quiet, waterproof
Everybody hates a loud keyboard. It annoys the person using it almost as much as it annoys those around you. The noise gets in your head and claws away at your brain. That’s why the ReallyCool Keyboard (As in, look at our name we’re really cool. Isn’t that clever? The keyboard is cool and so is the name. And it only took a minute to come up with.) is quiet.

As a bonus, it’s also waterproof, should you be inclined to go diving while tethered to your PC. It even sports backlighting, for those typing in the dark for some unknown reason. This keyboard is becoming quite popular in places where noise is a no no, so it must be easy on the ears. Be warned, quiet doesn’t equal cheap. It will cost you it’s $199, in black or cool gray.