The device has six shortcut keys that each have a tiny color (64 x 64) LCD display. These LCD shortcut keys are smaller than its predecessor in order to reduce the overall footprint of this keyboard. Nothing on pricing or availability yet, but we will let you know.
The Microsoft Comfort Curve Keyboard 3000 offers both curves and comfort, true to it’s name. It is designed for a more natural wrist position. The keyboard features quick keys, allowing you to control your music, videos, and do stuff like open the calculator with one key.
The slim, glossy design saves space on your desk and is better for you than normal keyboards. The Microsoft Comfort Curve Keyboard 3000 is $24.95. Who wants one?
The Omnio WOWKeys keyboard will bring full-sized QWERTY functionality to your iPhone or iPod Touch and now it’s shipping. This keyboard will charge and sync with iTunes, type text directly into your handheld, or use the keyboard’s twelve hotkeys to control music playback functions, turn off the display, or switch between your PC and iPhone.
You can even use your iPhone’s touchscreen as a trackpad for your Mac or PC, through an app. It will cost you around $100.
Logitech is ready to launch this wireless keyboard for Apple’s iPad and Android tablets. This one is aimed at business users, as the keyboard-and-stand combo is designed to travel easily, set up quickly and get some work done wherever you go.
The keyboard pairs with your tablet over Bluetooth, allowing you to use it on your desk, lap or anywhere within 30 feet of your tablet, which is very handy. The Logitech Tablet Keyboard will cost you $69.99.
This Wow-Keys keyboard has to be one of the coolest keyboards that we have seen yet. It’s a normal QWERTY keyboard, but where the number pad would normally be, there’s an iPhone dock, letting you use your iPhone more like a computer. You can also dock your iPod touch there as well and it will charge either device.
The dock works with an app that will turn the screen of your iPhone or iPod touch into the number pad if you need it. This keyboard is compatible with both Mac and PCs and has a button for changing between keyboard and iPhone mode. This will come in very handy in place of an extra PC.
Here’s a nice looking keyboard with retro stylings. It looks like it came straight out of the 80s. The Niyari Atari 400 Style keyboard is a USB keyboard that is compatible with Microsoft Windows 2000/ XP/ Vista and Windows 7.
The Niyari Atari 400 Style keyboard will give you 112 keys and a burning desire to play some old school Atari. This retro keyboard will cost you just 11,980 Yen ($148.55). It is expensive, but that design is awesome.
The ZAGGmate iPad 2 Case is the perfect companion for your new iPad 2. Like others that we’ve seen it basically turns your tablet into a netbook. The ZAGGmate offers your iPad 2 durable protection, some added functionality and it still has style.
The ZAGGmate iPad 2 Case is crafted from aircraft aluminum and features a bead-blasted, anodized finish matching the design of your iPad 2. A hinge provides viewing and typing angles in portrait and landscape mode. The ZAGG ZAGGmate retails for $99.99.
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.
The Genius SlimStar 8000 keyboard and mouse is now available for purchase in the US. The SlimStar 8000 keyboard and mouse set doesn’t use any wires and that means you’ll be able to use these peripherals on your desk or even when you’re across the room.
And that means that you can use the SlimStar 8000 keyboard and mouse for your Home Theater PC. The keyboard even has small holes to help drain liquid just in case you spill your drink. It requires 3 AAA batteries (which are included), features a USB port, and will work with Windows XP, Vista or 7.
Meet the Social Network Access Keyboard or S.N.A.K. for short. This is basically a Multimedia Keyboard from Dynex with custom drivers and decals. It features nineteen Facebook-friendly hotkeys that will make it easier to access your inbox, events, photos, and more.
When you sign out, the hotkeys are disabled. The keyboard is compatible with XP, Vista, and Windows 7. It will cost you $30. This one is for serious Facebook addicts. The rest of us are doing just fine with our keyboards.
Razer and Bioware have teamed up to release the Dragon Age II mouse and keyboard. We told you about the mouse the other day. The Dragon Age II Razer BlackWidow Ultimate keyboard features full mechanical keys with 50g of actuation force, individually blood-red backlit keys with 5 levels of lighting, and 1000Hz Ultra-polling with a 1ms response time.
It also features programmable keys with on-the-fly macro recording, gaming mode option for deactivation of the Windows key, 10 customizable software profiles with on-the-fly switching, 5 additional macro keys, audio-out/ mic-in jacks and USB-passthrough. The Dragon Age II Razer DeathAdder mouse will be released in April 2011 for $69.99, while the Dragon Age II Razer BlackWidow Ultimate keyboard is available for pre-order for $139.99.
SnapKeys has come up with a new way to input text into your touchscreen mobile devices. Called 2i (Imaginary Interface), they basically have done away with the keys used in an onscreen keyboard, and replaced it with just 4 keys instead. The 4 keys appear briefly onscreen so you know where they are, and then disappear.
When typing, you have the whole document in front of you, without an onscreen keyboard taking up half of the screen. We aren’t sure how this technology works, but 2i basically allows users to “blind type” their text in a fraction of the time compared to typing with other keyboards.
If you want to turn your iPhone into a very tiny laptop, here ya go. Mobile Fun has just released the TypeTop Swivel Bluetooth Keyboard for the iPhone 4. This case for the iPhone 4 will protect your Apple phone, and also give you an additional Bluetooth keyboard for your typing needs. I’m guessing you hate touchscreens if you are digging this.
The case allows you to prop the iPhone 4 up just like a laptop and type your documents and emails. The case can also swivel and tilt in almost any direction. The keyboard features a built in battery, so it doesn’t drain your phone. The TypeTop Swivel Mini Bluetooth keyboard for iPhone 4 is $56.
There’s no better way to celebrate your love of both slippers and computers than with these dorky keyboard slippers from Kito. You’ll make quite a fashion statement and everyone will know what a nerd you are on sight.
The sizes available range from 36 to 41. Color schemes for the foot straps are yellow, red, or dark blue. Each pair will cost you $29. Try not to hit Cntrl-Alt-Del or you might trip and fall. So, who’s man enough to buy a pair?
LogicBuy is selling an Alienware TactX Mouse and Keyboard bundle for just $149.99. Plus you get free shipping. That’s not a bad deal right? The Alienware TactX mouse features a 5000-DPI laser engine, 5 custom user profiles, 9 customizable buttons and AlienFX custom lighting.
The Alienware TactX keyboard delivers 6-custom macros, a WASD gaming cluster & Anti-ghosting technology as well as custom AlienFX lighting for two zones. Plus they look cool and futuristic, which is always a plus.