Posts Tagged: "Keyboard"

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MadCatz S.T.R.I.K.E. 7 Touch Screen Gaming Keyboard Review

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“MadCatz!” The name has been synonymous with gaming for decades.  Yet in that time MadCatz as a brand has become a bit diluted–likely from the multiple different fractures and product line divisions. Under the mighty MadCatz banner we now have Tritton, who has bent the knee to the “Mad-” thrown,...

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Microsoft Sculpt Mobile Keyboard Review

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With the upcoming release of Windows 8, Microsoft’s hardware division has been hard at work developing new peripherals that not only match the updated operating system, but help streamline user’s workflow. I’ve been testing five devices that the Redmond-based company is releasing shortly, and by far my favorite is the...

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Logitech K760 Solar Keyboard Review

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One of the biggest problems I’ve had with keyboards is that I like to use them for multiple devices. I have several smartphones, a desktop, laptop, several game consoles, and a few tablets at all times, and lord knows you need a keyboard to write up anything comfortably on any...

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What’s in my E3 Bag

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The Electronic Entertainment Expo is coming around again in just a few short days (tomorrow for some!), but like any conference it requires a lot of planning, packing, and preparation to get ready for so journalists can do the best job possible. Thus far I’ve been blessed with living in...

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Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover (video/pics)

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[GR]zsIJUiTlrGI[/GR] It’s a cover.  No it’s a Bluetooth keyboard.  No, shut the front door!  It’s both. Logitech’s latest, the Ultrathin Keyboard Cover, is both a Bluetooth keyboard and iPad screen cover in one.  Much like Apple’s screen covers, it protects the screen and wakes the tablet when opened or puts it...

Roccat Isku Keyboard

Roccat Isku Illuminated Gaming Keyboard Review

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It’s so easy to take a performance keyboard for granted. For the longest time, I was using a Dell QuietKey. Nothing fancy, just keys that worked most of the time, whether I was typing up pages of documents, chatting online, or playing games, it was hard for me to justify...

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ROCCAT Isku Keyboard & Kone+ Mouse

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ROCCAT ain’t messing around when it comes to gaming.  The company is set to introduce the Isku Gaming Keyboard and Kone+ Gaming Mouse at CES 2012. So what makes them special? They can communicate wirelessly to one and other, allowing gamers to hit a key on the keyboard and change...