keyboards

Roccat Ryos MK Pro Mechanical Keyboard: Australian Review

Hardcore gamers. Full-time typists. People with a fair bit of disposable income. These are the target markets for Roccat’s high-end gaming peripherals, including the $229 Ryos MK Pro, an incredibly well constructed and fully featured mechanical keyboard. It’s ridiculously customisable, too, if you’re the kind of gamer that needs to set up 50 different macros for your weeknight WoW raids.


Why Everyone Wants To Kill The Mouse And Keyboard

In the past few decades, everything about our computers have changed. The screens. The guts. The size, weight and materials. The software itself, of course. But one thing has stayed exactly the same, frozen in time from the early days: The tools we use to tell them what to do. So it’s odd that we’re so desperate to throw them out the window.


Logitech's New iPad Keyboard Hides Mechanical Keys In A Spillproof Skin

Cleaning up after a spill is made even worse when your toppled drink also destroys your keyboard. So it looks like Logitech has removed the waterproof keyboard from its iPad cases and turned it into a standalone wireless unit, called the Keys-To-Go, that’s designed to work with your iOS devices, Apple TV, and of course your Macs should you not trust yourself with Apple’s own keyboards.


I Built A Keyboard From Scratch

I made a keyboard — let me tell you about it! I’m even typing this post using the keyboard I built. How meta. This has been a fairly involved process so there is a lot to discuss. The main goal of this post is to talk people through the things I went through and what I wish I knew before I had started this project.


Tt eSPORTS Poseidon Mechanical Keyboard: Australian Review

Keyboards are pretty simple things. They’re basically a bunch of keys on a board, right? Some are more fancy than others, of course, but that’s really just flashy lights and complicated pieces of mostly superfluous software, and massively over-engineered keycaps and switches. Why would you spend money on a mechanical keyboard when there are dozens or hundreds of cheaper alternatives out there? The answer is more complicated than you might think.


The 1300-Person Quest To Build The Perfect Mechanical Keyboard

The keyboard is functionally invisible. It’s the single piece of hardware you touch the most. But despite being your primary interface with the digital world, it’s remained almost unchanged for decades, ignored, except for the small community of enthusiasts who design, program and build their own — like the Infinity Keyboard, a new mechanical keyboard that a group of more than 1300 fans helped design.


Why We Still Use QWERTY Keyboards

How intuitive are modern keyboards? It can take a beginner ages to really get up to speed with a QWERTY keyboard, and without some form of formal training, most people wind up becoming one-finger typists.


The iPhone 6 Plus Is Still Awkward To Balance With A One-Handed Keyboard

Meet One-Handed Keyboard, the first (obviously) one-handed keyboard for the iPhone 6 Plus. It will help you type a little bit easier, but the only thing is, it won’t make your big-arse phone any easier to balance in just one smallish hand.


What It's Like Using iOS 8 GIF Keyboard, In iOS 8 GIF Keyboard GIFs

The purpose of iOS 8′s third-party keyboard capabilities have now been realised now that PopKey, the GIF keyboard is finally available.


Get The Edge: Gaming Mice, Keyboards And Headsets

Gizmodo Video Guide: The great thing about gaming peripherals is that a few hundred dollars or less can really help change the game in your favour. Here are some ideas for beginners.


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