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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.

BenQ offers LED-backlit G920WL and G922HDL displays

Posted in BenQ by Conner Flynn on September 6th, 2009

BenQ offers LED-backlit G920WL and G922HDL displaysBenq is still offering up the green displays. The latest come in the form of the G920WL, a 19-inch 1,440 x 900 display, and the G922HDL which is the same, only 18.5-inches and 1,366 x 768. Both are claiming impressive power efficiency, with their Eco mode using only 10 and 11 watts.

They also come with the company’s new SensEye 3 auto-calibration utility, 250 nits of brightness, 5 millisecond response time, and a real, non-dynamic 1,000:1 contrast ratio. These new G models are all set for immediate release in Europe and Asia.

Dell intros LED-backlit Inspiron 17

Posted in Dell by Conner Flynn on July 16th, 2009

Dell intros LED-backlit Inspiron 17Today Dell filled out its mainstream notebook line with the Inspiron 17. The desktop notebook is rocking the same 16:9 aspect ratio display and thinner, more efficent LED backlighting as newer Inspirons but, matching its 17.3-inch size, has a higher 1600×900 resolution as standard. Processors are also faster and scale up to a 2.4GHz Core 2 Duo.

The base price is just $499 with by a 2GHz Pentium dual-core, 2GB of RAM, a 160GB hard drive, Intel integrated video and Vista Home Basic. The battery is a minimal 4-cell pack. Buyers can choose Home Premium as well as up to 4GB of RAM, a 500GB hard drive, Blu-ray, a 6-cell battery and a dedicated 256MB Mobility Radeon HD 4330 graphics core.

OCZ Alchemy Illuminati keyboard

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on February 19th, 2009

OCZ Alchemy Illuminati keyboardIlluminati. You’ve heard the conspiracy, now try the keyboard. They really missed out on a catchy tag-line with that one. OCZ Technology might be better known for making memory, but they’ve just announced a new addition to the company’s Alchemy line of peripherals with the Illuminati multimedia backlit keyboard series.

It’s the keyboard that’s hell-bent on world domination, population control, ushering in the new world order and they’re probably working with Aliens and abducting people too. Cause you know, the illuminati are like that. Actually in this case the name just implies that the keys themselves light up when they’re connected to your computer.

Tiny backlit wireless keyboard

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on December 17th, 2008

Tiny backlit wireless keyboardYou might remember a few months ago when we told you about that small bluetooth keyboard that was great for iPhone typing. Well, this one outdoes it. And it’s great for the dark home theater. This new backlit model is barely larger than your hand, and runs on 2.4GHz wireless rather than Bluetooth.

It even has an extra USB port for a mouse if you don’t also have a wireless mouse. This looks like an awesome device for your dimly-lit movie sanctuary. However, using two AAA batteries, all that blue backlighting and wireless connectivity, may just drain all the juice out of the device quickly.

Saitek Eclipse III backlit keyboard

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on November 5th, 2008

Saitek Eclipse III backlit keyboardWorking in the dark is no fun. You can’t see your notebook’s keyboard for one thing. Plus, darkness is scary. That’s when the monsters come out. That’s why Saitek is offering the Eclipse III. They like low-light computing/gaming so their fancy keyboard can show off. The backlight has different colors that it can be set to. The USB-connected keyboard also features a 2-stage height adjustment system for your typing comfort, laser-etched keys, shortcut keys, as well as head phone and microphone audio ports. No word on pricing or availability yet.