Subject: General Tech | September 16, 2016 - 01:32 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: input, razer, turret, wireless mouse, wireless keyboard
The picture below give you a good idea of the size of these two couch combat kits, the Lapdog above it is obviously much larger but is intended for the same use. The Turret is 7x121x11.6mm and the mousepad portion of the keyboard folds under for easy storage. The mouse resembles a miniaturized Orochi, a mere 100x66x35mm, which may be a bit small for some hands, Legion Hardware did quickly get used to the size though. The Turret is not great for hardcore gaming because of its size, but for surfing from the couch or playing casual games it is sufficient and is far easier to store than the Lapdog when not in use. Check out the review here.
"On hand or rather in lap is Razer’s new Turret gaming mouse and lapboard, designed for kicking back and relaxing in the living room for some casual PC gaming. The Turret is an all in one solution that provides a quick and easy setup so you can spend more time playing, but is it all it’s cracked up to be? Let’s find out..."
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- Fnatic Gear Flick Mouse @ techPowerUp
- Ozone Neon 3K Mouse @ Kitguru
- Corsair MM800 RGB Polaris Gaming Mouse Pad @ eTeknix
- Cooler Master MasterKeys Pro S RGB @ techPowerUp
Subject: General Tech, Cases and Cooling | February 11, 2015 - 09:36 PM | Scott Michaud
Tagged: cherry, AES, aes-128, wireless mouse, wireless keyboard, logitech
When we report on Cherry Corp, it is usually about their mechanical switches that are the basis (until just recently) of most mechanical keyboards. They also make full keyboards, including non-mechanical varieties, although they are usually designed for enterprise customers. This one is likely intended for that audience.
Simply put, The Cherry JD-0400EU is a wireless keyboard and mouse combo that encrypts all traffic with 128-bit AES encryption. If you are wondering why no-one else thought to do this? They did. Even Logitech has a whole line-up of 128-bit AES-encrypted mouse and keyboard combos. This is not even a feature that is only filled by niche companies.
Still, making sure people know that your wireless peripheral is encrypted will probably let you access a whole new audience of government, enterprise, and health care customers. The keyboard itself is based on scissor-switches, which are those non-removable keys that you find on many laptops. They are not high-performance, but they can be quite thin and low-profile. The switch mechanism under the scissor struts is membrane-based.
Pricing and availability are not yet listed.
Subject: General Tech | January 2, 2015 - 02:39 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: input, wireless keyboard, logitech, K480
For around $50 you can purchase the Bluetooth enabled Logitech K480 Wireless Keyboard, compatible with Mac OS X, Windows, Chrome OS, iOS, Android and perhaps even QNIX. The slot at the top of the keyboard will fit your phone or tablet and the unit is less expensive than the docks available for Surface, ASUS and other hybrid tablets but does not add the additional features and battery life that those docks provide. Techgage tested it out successfully and enjoyed its usability although additional dedicated keys such as Send would improve this keyboard significantly.
"A mobile keyboard that does it all, on all of your devices – that’s quite the Holy Grail nowadays. Well, what we’re looking at here is an offering from Logitech that may just suit the needs of your mobile lifestyle. Whether you’re needing to type on your iPad, smartphone, or even your desktop, this keyboard won’t hold you back."
Here is some more Tech News from around the web:
- Cougar 700K Mechanical Keyboard @ eTeknix
- CM Storm Quickfire Rapid-i Mechanical Keyboard @ eTeknix
- Razer Chroma Set Review @ Madshrimps
- Logitech G302 ‘Daedalus Prime’ MOBA Gaming Mouse @ Kitguru
- Gigabyte Aire M93 Ice Wireless Mouse @ eTeknix
- Func MS-2 Optical Gaming Mouse @ eTeknix
- FUNC MS-2 Gaming Mouse @ Modders-Inc
- Corsair Gaming M65 RGB Laser Gaming Mouse @ eTeknix
- Razer Deathstalker Expert Keyboard @ Benchmark Reviews
- Cougar 600M Gaming Mouse @ eTeknix
- Roccat Tyon Gaming Mouse @ Benchmark Reviews
Subject: Systems | May 30, 2012 - 02:21 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: htpc, motorola, Pulse-Eight, Motorola NYXboard Hybrid, wireless keyboard
Pulse-Eight's Motorola NYXboard Hybrid Wireless Keyboard and IR Remote is a double sided device, with a minimalist keyboard on one side and a more traditional TV remote control on the other. It is perfect for those with an HTPC or set top box which allows web browsing and other features that a standard remote just can't fully control. An internal switch ensures that only the buttons on the side of the device which are currently on the top are active to make usage a lot more convenient. At 144 x 48 x 21mm (5.7" x 1.9" x 0.8") it is too small to have a full standard keyboard but thanks to numerous key chords you get a lot of functionality out of this tiny device. Check with Missing Remote to see if this is the remote missing from your life.
"Not long ago it was easy to lean primarily on a traditional remote control – universal, of course -- relegating the keyboard and mouse to the audio & video (A/V) cabinet, closet, or other locale of last resort –dragging it out just for occasional maintenance or troubleshooting. However, as over-the-top (OTT) content providers such as Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu and YouTube have become more pervasive, the traditional remote can no longer provide enough functionality as we transition to a search, browse and consume environment."
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- Dune HD TV-301A Universal FullHD Network Media Player Review @ NikKTech
- Noontec A9 Smart TV Box @ Kitguru
- Pivos aios HD Media Center Review @ NikKTech
- Roku HD (2012) Review @ TechReviewSource
- Samsung BD-D6500 3D Blu-Ray Player Review @ Tweaknews
- SilverStone Grandia SST-GD08B HTPC Chassis @ Tweaktown