Logitech's Bluetooth Multi-Device Keyboard K480 works with smartphones, tablets, computers and more, all for $20.89, today only, originally $49.99. This unique keyboard with integrated smartphone/tablet cradle makes it a breeze to switch between devices - just turn the Easy-Switch dial to switch between typing. Product page. Continue reading for a full video review and more information.
Looking more like a knuckle duster than a connected device, the TAP is essentially a wearable keyboard, complete with sensors embedded within the strap that reads your hand movements and convert them into writing. A companion app, called TapGenius, offers tutorials and games that help make learning it a breeze. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny demotivational posters gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of two red hot nickel balls being crushed by a hydraulic press.
Logitech's Wireless Touch Keyboard K400 Plus is great for internet-connected TVs, streaming boxes, as well as tablets, and you can get one for $18.99, today only, originally priced at $39.99. Long wireless range and battery life give you relaxed control of your TV-connected computer, without the hassle and clutter of multiple devices. Comfortable, quiet keys and a large touchpad make navigating entertainment easy. And setup is a snap thanks to the tiny, plug-and-play Unifying receiver. Product page. Continue reading for a full video review and more information.
Logitech's Wireless Touch Keyboard K400 is perfect for anyone who wants to be free from cables, and you can pick one up for just $19.99, today only, originally priced at $39.99. Kick back and navigate your TV-connected computer from the comfort of your couch. It's easy with this all-in-one TV keyboard/touchpad. Just type, click and scroll to watch videos, browse the web, chat with friends, and check Facebook on your PC-connected TV. Product page. Continue reading for a full video review and more information.
Showme's Virtual Laser Projection Keyboard and Mouse ensures a comfortable user experience when paired with a compatible Bluetooth-enabled smartphone or tablet, all for $38.60 shipped, originally $65. This updated model is more stable, and features a micro USB port as well as mini Bluetooth speakers for voice commands / music. Product page. Continue reading for another video review and more information.
Microsoft's Universal Mobile Keyboard makes typing on the go a breeze, and you can pick one up for $39.99 shipped, today only, originally priced at $79.95. It's designed to work with iPad, iPhone, Android devices, and Windows tablets. Pair up to 3 devices with different operating systems and easily switch between them. Product page. Continue reading for two more videos, including the official Microsoft product preview, and additional information.
Logitech's Keyboard K120 is not only spill-resistant, but has low-profile keys for a quiet typing experience, making it perfect as a backup, all for $6.66, this weekend only, originally $33.95. Simply plug it into your USB port and start typing - works with both Windows and OS X-based PCs. Product page. Continue reading for another video review and more information.
BATTOP's Ultra Slim Bluetooth 3.0 Wireless Keyboard boasts a QWERTY layout with hot keys customized for the iPad, but it's compatible with pretty much all Bluetooth-enabled tablets, laptops, and computers. Powered by two AAA batteries, this keyboard is good for 700-hours of continuous use. Get it here for $10.99. Continue reading for a video review (Anker T300 is same model).
IMP's R2-D2 Virtual Laser Keyboard is no longer a concept, and can be purchased, but unfortunately, it doesn't come with The Force. For those who are seeing this gadget for the first time, it basically projects a virtual keyboard onto your desk or table, letting you text or type via compatible Bluetooth devices - iPhone, iPod, iPad, Android devices, tablets and OS X / Windows computers. Expect to shell out over $300 for the privilege of using the astromech as a keyboard. Product page. Continue reading for a video of it in-action and more information.
QWERTY keyboards are used everyday, but have you ever wondered how the layout came to be? If so, it was devised and created in the early 1870s by Christopher Latham Sholes, a newspaper editor and printer who lived in Milwaukee. In October 1867, Sholes filed a patent application for his early writing machine he developed with the assistance of his friends Carlos Glidden and Samuel W. Soule. The QWERTY layout became popular with the success of the Remington No. 2 of 1878, the first typewriter to include both upper and lower case letters, via a shift key. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos of today, including some awesome waffle iron hacks.