Topic / Keyboard and Mouses

Razer brings out the Orbweaver – customisable gaming keypad with 20 programmable keys

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Razer, known for making excellent, high-performance game hardware, has released details of a new gaming keypad before CES starts up. Called the Razer Orbweaver, the keypad is said to feature tournament-grade controls, ergonomics and customisability – especially given that it has 20 fully programmable keys, meaning that any of your favourite commands and macros can be performed with a press of one button. Razer is also touting its “Mechanical Key […]

Microsoft brings out new keyboards and mice – makes Windows 8 a bit more usable on desktops

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Microsoft has announced a bunch of new hardware for their 30th anniversary of building hardware. No, it’s not another tablet, but new keyboards and mice. The main selling points are that the devices work with Windows 8 computers; and with Microsoft pushing touch on its mice – probably so you can use the touch gestures on Windows 8 – it probably will make using the upcoming OS on your desktop […]

Logitech announces the Cube – redefines mouse design, fits in any pocket

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CES 2012 announcements are slowly trickling in, and Logitech has announced a brand new mouse. But what is so interesting about this particular one? Well, as the name Logitech Cube suggests, it has a very untraditional design and you can easily switch it from being a mouse to a presenter. The mouse is lightweight – weighing only 25.5g, and can fit in any pocket. Plus, it is simple to switch […]

Logitech brings out Modern Warfare 3-themed keyboard and mouse

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Themed keyboard and mice for upcoming game releases aren’t new, and Logitech is adding a Modern Warfare 3-themed version to that list. It has today announced the G105 gaming keyboard and the G9X laser mouse that are, according to its press release, “ideal for powerful gamers”. Yes, really. It did say that. Anyway, the keyboard, the “official keyboard” for the game, features night-vision green LED backlighting, six programmable G-keys with […]

Microsoft brings multitouch with new Touch Mouse

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Microsoft Touch Mouse (Image: Microsoft) Microsoft is bringing out some new hardware at CES this year, but as usual, Microsoft has kept this very quiet – preferring instead to highlight its Xbox line, not that there is any problems with that. One of its new hardware is its Microsoft Touch Mouse, which will bring multitouch gestures for Windows 7 PCs. Think of this as the Microsoft version of the Apple’s […]

Review : Logitech MK710 Wireless Desktop

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Logitech, one of the leading computer peripheral companies, has brought out their new MK710 Wireless Desktop. This combo features Logitech’s new Incurve Keys (TM), has a three year battery life and we have been given it to test and use with our up and coming TECHGEEK.com.au Computer. Our full review is below, after the jump.

Logitech G19 now only $165 – down from $399 [Bargain Hunter]

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Thinking about getting someone a keyboard as a Christmas present? Well, it’s a bit weird, but could be a great addition to any PC game. And its no doubt that Logitech is one of the key makers of good gaming keyboards, and now you can get the Logitech G19 Keyboard, with 12 programmable keys and an LCD screen at a cheaper price than its RRP of $399. Mwave is selling […]

iPhone gets a QWERTY keyboard accessory

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We all know that typing on the iPhone is a big hassle, especially when your message is going to be very long – that, or you just felt like writing an essay on your iPhone via email. Now, there’s a new keyboard without jailbreaking or hacking it. Called the iType, it’s basically a QWERTY keyboard and has a dock station for your iPhone so it can connect to it. It […]

Microsoft brings out Arc Keyboard

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Remember the Arc Mouse, that really cool and portable mouse that can be folded up for portability? Well, Microsoft has finally paired it up with the Arc Keyboard, released today at CES. It’s thin and like its brother, it is wireless and has a range of up to 15 feet. It also has a on/off button so you can preserve the battery, and a four-way directional pad, so the four […]

A gold mouse to remember the good old days

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Yep, you guessed it. It’s a gold mouse, a freaking block of gold as a mouse. Comes with the standard left and right buttons, plus a scroll wheel, it connects to your computer via USB. Now, it might seem weird to spend money on something made out of gold, but its really, really cheap – it’s like £24.99 (approx. US$35). And if you thought that would be unbelievable, it’s real. […]

Microsoft introduces new gaming mouse, has ‘BlueTrack’

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After ‘fearing’ that it would get lost among the other product announcements yesterday, Microsoft has now said that it will introduce the new SideWinder X8 mouse. The new mouse will feature the same ‘BlueTrack’ technology in the new mice that it released yesterday, but it will be in a more gamer-friendly package. As well, it includes a play and charge system that allows you to play while your batteries recharge, […]

Microsoft says "Goodbye to Laser" in Sept. 9?

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In an obvious copy-cat move by Microsoft, its Hardware unit is set to unveil a new product lineup on September 9 in Seattle after teasing the rest of the world with an animation with the tagline "Say Goodbye to Laser" today. And while we don’t know what it is, it might be some new mouse technology – replacing the laser mouses, which use internal lasers to determine the position of […]

Apple and CBS cops lawsuit over Mighty Mouse

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Apple and the broadcaster CBS have been sued by a company claiming trademark infringement over the word “Mighty Mouse”. The company, Man & Machines, have said that it produces a waterproof and chemical-resistant mouse called the “Mighty Mouse” before Apple released its “Mighty Mouse”, which was an improvement to the original Mac Mouse. As well, they have sued CBS as they did not have the rights to license them to […]