keyboards

Logitech's New Auto-Dimming Keyboard Is Perfect For Movie Night

In the good ol’ days, finding the buttons on your remote in the dark was hard enough — but now, finding the keys of you keyboard is a living hell. Enter Logitech’s neat little auto-dimming keyboard, which seems just perfect for movie night.


Use Your Favourite USB Keyboard On Your Phone With This Backup Battery

It can be hard to choose a backup battery when the market is as flooded as Bluetooth speakers and iPhone cases have become. Manufacturers are now finding ways to include added value with their emergency power supplies, such as Cerevo’s new EneBrick that can turn your favourite USB keyboard into a wireless Bluetooth accessory for your tablet or smartphone.


An Encrypted Wireless Keyboard Ensures No One Intercepts Your Passwords

Have you ever worried about how secure that wireless keyboard you’re using really is? How do you know that when working somewhere remotely there isn’t some hacker nearby capturing every word you type? With Matias’ new Secure Pro keyboard, your security is guaranteed thanks to a 128-bit AES encrypted wireless connection to your computer using its own USB nano receiver.


You Won't Mind Pocketing A Business Card That's A Working Keyboard

Even with perfect typography, a stunning design or a novel shape, a business card is still an antiquated way to share your contact details. So the folks over at TechKeys — makers of custom keyboards — wanted to design a card that reflected their work and left a lasting impression — and what better way to do that than with a business card that doubles as a working keyboard.


This Trewgrip Backwards Keyboard Gives You An Absurd New Way To Type

The Trewgrip mobile QWERTY keyboard for iOS and Android devices is absurd. It’s a handheld keyboard that puts the keys behind the board but arranges the letter in a weird way that somehow makes sense. So you hold the keyboard like you would a game pad and type by pressing keys on the back. It tries to make sense without making sense.


This Dongle Lets You Use Your Laptop's Keyboard With Your Phone

There are almost as many wireless Bluetooth keyboards on the market as there are Bluetooth speakers. But why spend money on yet another keyboard for your mobile devices when there’s probably already a perfectly good one on your laptop? With this Bluetooth USB transmitter dongle from Buffalo, the keyboards you already have can also work on your smartphone or tablet.


Microsoft's Full 'Sculpt' Keyboard And Mice Range Now In Australia

This year’s refresh of Microsoft’s popular ergonomic gear has arrived in Australia over the last few weeks. Here are the various options you’ll be able to get your dirty little fingers on…


A Matching Numerical Keypad For Your Wireless Apple Keyboard

Belkin’s new YouType Bluetooth Wireless Keypad looks a lot like Apple’s Magic Trackpad. But the only folks who might actually find it ‘magical’ are accountants, because Belkin trades gestures and multi-touch input for a set of numerical keys and extra shortcuts for navigating large documents.


Dryft Could Be The Best Thing To Happen To Tablet Keyboards

Not too long ago, Swype‘s one-finger swiping totally changed phone typing (on Android at least). We don’t all swipe all the time, but that functionality is built right in to the default Android keyboard. Now, the same minds behind Sywpe are trying to change tablet typing with Dryft, a virtual keyboard for touch typists.


Can The World's Thinnest Keyboard Cut A German Sausage?

If you cast your mind back to 2009, you might recall the Palm Pre had an edge so sharp, it was able to cut through cheese. Measuring just half a millimetre thick, the world’s thinnest keyboard — made by British company CSR in partnership with Atmel and CIT — should be able to take on a bratwurst, surely. I put my IFA lunch to the test.