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Cropmark LMP Bluetooth Keypad

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on January 24th, 2011

The Cropmark LMP Bluetooth Keypad is designed to be used with any Bluetooth-enabled Macintosh computer. It will elegantly fit the Apple wireless keyboard and the keypad gives you 28 keys for entering whatever figures, tables, and calculations you need to enter.

The Cropmark LMP will play nice with any Bluetooth-enabled Mac running OS X 10.5 or higher and comes bundled with a pair of rechargeable AA batteries. The Cropmark LMP Bluetooth Keypad will cost you just $39.99.

LMP Bluetooth Keypad for Apple Wireless Keyboard

Posted in Bluetooth by Conner Flynn on December 1st, 2010

The LMP Bluetooth Keypad shares the same cylindrical base and brushed aluminum finish as the Apple Wireless Keyboard, which is no mistake. The LMP Keypad can be used all by itself, but it also has a connector that snaps onto the right side of the Apple Wireless Keyboard, extending it.

The LMP Keypad does require a couple of AA batteries, though, making it a bit of a pain. We don’t have any info yet on pricing or availability just yet though.

Razer Nostromo Gaming Keypad gets a serious upgrade

Posted in Games by Conner Flynn on November 19th, 2010

Hardcore PC gamers love Razer products since they are the foremost name in the market. So when Razer and Belkin get together to again update the n52te SpeedPad to the Razer Nostromo Gaming Keypad, one gamers take notice. Aside from just enhancing the features to make it more customizable and versatile, the Nostromo also includes tournament-grade controls and is designed to provide maximum comfort during gameplay.

The Nostromo also comes with 16 fully-programmable Hyperesponse gaming buttons and an eight-way directional thumb pad, a soft-touch rubberized wrist pad that cradles the palm and the programmable directional thumb pad can be used for movement or as modifier keys to access auxiliary commands.

Nuu Mini Key puts a physical keypad on your iPhone 4

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on September 6th, 2010

This is a great idea, but just look at how fat it makes your once beautiful iPhone. Well, if you don’t mind the added girth, the Nuu Mini Key case for the iPhone 4 will put a keyboard on your device.

Yes, this is a sliding QWERTY keyboard add-on for the iPhone 4. And it looks ridiculous. It should be going on sale before the end of the year for about $60. If it has to be that fat it should at least include a built-in battery for additional juice.

LAVA launches Alpha keypad phone

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on July 15th, 2010

The folks at Lava International Ltd have come up with a couple of handsets called the Lava B2 and Lava B5 They look like a BlackBerry at first, but use Alpha keyboards instead of the familiar QWERTY.

The Alpha features a totally radical alphabet arrangement in fact, using alphabetical order. This would be good for those who use cellphones, but are not comfortable with QWERTY keypads.

iKey KYB-170-OEM keypad

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on February 12th, 2010

Remember the iKey AK-39 military-grade wrist keyboard? It was a small keyboard made for a soldier to wear on his or her wrist in order to manipulate a rugged, portable computer.

Now iKey has a new keypad, and it’s an OEM product meant to integrate directly with wrist-worn computers. The 17-key keypad “functions just like a cellular phone does when texting”. It also sports an integrated pointing device, dedicated mouse-click button, and an Enter key.

Numeric Keypad with a Spacebar

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on June 9th, 2009

Numeric Keypad with a SpacebarIf you have the type of job where you type numbers into your computer all day, you no doubt appreciate having a separate numeric keypad that you can position anywhere on your desk. Such keypads have a few extra keys on there besides the numbers, typically an enter key and a few calculating keys.

Here’s how this one will blow your mind. Are you sitting down? This one has a spacebar! I know right? At long last you can add spaces to long strings of numbers. If 8 and 9 are not getting along, you can separate them until they chill and learn to live together. Numbers will never be the same again.


Blazepro’s Wireless PS3 keypad: Cheaper than Sony’s

Posted in PS3 by Conner Flynn on January 20th, 2009

Blazepro’s Wireless PS3 keypad: Cheaper than Sony’sSure, it may be squaresville compared to Sony’s very own Wireless keypad for the PS3, thanks to it’s boxy design, but it’s also 80% cheaper. It’s just $11 compared to the $50 you would have to shell out for Sony’s own Bluetooth Wireless Keypad.

There’s no mention of included rechargeables and Blazepro’s keypad communicates with the PS3 via a 2.4GHz USB dongle instead of using the PS3’s built-in Bluetooth. What do you expect from something called a “Wirless Keypad” on their site. It includes a “Leap-frequency communication solution” and is “strongly anti-jamming.” Oh man, I gotta have that.

USB Wireless Keypad for portable number-crunching

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on December 30th, 2008

USB Wireless Keypad for portable number-crunchingBrando’s new USB Wireless Keypad is great if you’re looking for a wireless keypad for some serious number crunching. You’ll get the standard keypad keys, 13 hotkeys, and a neat uilt-in trackball. Sure, it’s no Optimus Aux, but it might come in handy if say, you plan on doing some serious calculations at Starbucks or on the bus. It’s yours for $37.

Optimus AUX almost ready for your $650

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on November 18th, 2008

Optimus AUX almost ready for your $650We have some more info about Art Lebedev’s AUX keypad. The expected price is “around $650.” Also, that’s a final pre-production prototype pictured above. We’re hoping that this programmable OLED keypad will have at least limited availability by Xmas. We’ll let you know more when we know.

Optimus Aux OLED keypad shows it’s case

Posted in Optimus Maximus by Conner Flynn on November 5th, 2008

Optimus Aux OLED keypad shows it’s caseWhy it’s the Optimus Auxilery OLED keypad, but where are the beautiful programmable OLED keys? Apparently they aren’t done yet, but we can at least show you it’s hard candy shell, even if the creamy candy insides aren’t ready yet.


PS3 wireless keypad available for pre-order

Posted in PS3 by Conner Flynn on August 25th, 2008

Sony unveils wireless keypad attachment for the PS3Good news PS3 fans, the wireless keypad we told you about the other day is available for pre-order now at Amazon for $49.99. Where it states “This item will be released on November 30, 2008.”

The wireless keyboard even comes with a touchpad mode that allows for mouse input, which may be used in future game development. The QWERTY keypad snaps over the center of DualShock 3 and SIXAXIS controllers and aparently has it’s own Bluetooth connection and power source.

Sony unveils wireless keypad attachment for the PS3

Posted in PS3 by Conner Flynn on August 20th, 2008

Sony unveils wireless keypad attachment for the PS3At its Leipzig Games Convention press conference today, Sony unveiled a new wireless keypad peripheral that attaches to the top of your PlayStation 3 controller. It snaps into the mini-USB port and can be paired with phones and other gadgets through Bluetooth. The keypad also has a “touchpad mode” for mouse input. No word on pricing yet, but the device will apparently be released in 8 different languages in November.

T-Mobile’s Motorola ROKR E8

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on June 26th, 2008

T-Mobile’s Motorola ROKR E8
T-Mobile announced it’s own version of Motorola’s ROKR E8, a delicious candybar which is shiny, sleek, glossy and black. Okay, maybe it’s not that much of a looker. Some features are: a 2 megapixel camera, 2GB of internal storage, microSD slot that will get you 8GB more, stereo Bluetooth, 3.5mm headphone jack, FM radio, and the morphing keypad that makes keys invisible like magic.(If you are in the right mode) Not a surprise that there’s no 3G, but T-Mobile customers are used to that. You can get the E8 starting July 7 for $199.99 with contract.

Another watch cell phone with keypad surfaces

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on May 20th, 2008

Another watch cell phone with keypad surfaces
Back in April we told you about Van Der Led’s WM2 cellphone watch. Well here’s another also featuring a keypad. Cell phone wrist watches have yet to really take off. There haven’t been many of course, but seeing another watch with a dedicated keypad tells me they may just start getting some respect.

The CECT WRIST looks like it’s doing a good job of copying Van Der Led’s WM2. The GSM phone also features a small 1.3″ TFT Touch screen, bluetooth, an FM radio, MP4 and 3GP video support, a WAP browser, an equalizer for playing MP3 files, a Voice recorder, calculator, and it’s memory can be expanded via Transflash cards. It retails for ₤151.57.