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Kinesis Advantage keyboard

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on December 14th, 2009

Kinesis Advantage keyboardTake a look at this keyboard. Do you think that this would be better for your hands than the standard type? To me it looks downright painful to use. But maybe it just looks that way. Maybe it will be ultra comfortable. Priced at $300, you and I will never know.

That’s right, $300. That’s a lot of money to pay for no guarantee that it will be a good keyboard. If any of you have a spare $300 to gamble on this thing, let us know how badly your hands are cramping up while you write us.

Hands on: Kinesis K3 power generator

Posted in Review by Conner Flynn on June 14th, 2009

Kinesis K3 power generatorHere at the ‘Brick we’re always on the lookout for gadgets that can give us sweet gadget juice, without it costing money on our electric bills. So we checked out Kinesis’ K3 power generator. The device sports both a windmill and solar cells, plus you can charge its internal battery with external electricity sources. So you can charge its 4,000 mAh battery using a USB adapter or a car cigarette lighter if you absolutely need power on hand.

According to the company, one hour of sun and wind will give you 30 minutes of talk time on a cellphone. Fully charged, the K3 can load the battery cells for an average mobile phone five times, or an MP3 player more than ten times. It costs $100.

Kinesis K3 power generator

Posted in Generator by Conner Flynn on April 24th, 2009

Kinesis K3 power generatorThe Kinesis K3 power generator gives you another way to obtain sweet gadget juice. In addition to its windmill and solar cells, it can now charge its internal battery with external electricity sources. It doesn’t sound very green, but you can charge its 4,000 mAh battery using a USB adapter or a car cigarette lighter. Why not just leave it by the window to have it fully charged?

According to the company, one hour of sun and wind will give you 30 minutes of talk time in a cellphone. Fully charged, the K3 can load the battery cells for an average mobile phone five times, or an MP3 player more than ten times.

Kinesis ergonomic keyboards double as bookends

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on July 21st, 2008

Kinesis ergonomic keyboards double as bookends
Kinesis has dropped a pair of new accessories that will make their Freestyle keyboards more ergonomic. You be the judge. The Freestyle V3 accessory clips beneath the base of the keyboard and gives you three different slope settings, while the Freestyle Ascent Multi-tent will let you set each half in ten degree increments all the way up to 90 degrees. It will lock them in at the desired distance apart from one another and could probably let you use your keyboard as bookends if you wanted. The V3 costs $25 and the Ascent comes in at a whopping $200. Great way to play with your keyboard and type sideways.