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MacBooks could ditch butterfly switches in favor of an optical keyboard
08/29/2019 10:45:20 | Views: 217
Let there be light! And let MacBook keyboards be robust and reliable, while we’re at it… Apple’s MacBooks have suffered somewhat at the hands of their keyboards – with a number of complaints about the by now infamous butterfly switch – but it seems the company might have plans to move away from a mechanical switch entirely, given the existence of a patent exploring the use of optical switches.Read more
MacBook Pro 16-inch to release in September with scissor keyboard
08/12/2019 11:52:37 | Views: 277
Apple has used the butterfly keyboard mechanism in all the laptops released since the 2015 MacBook. The mechanism was used to reduce the space taken by the keyboard to create thinner laptops. However, the less amount of space made it impossible for the keys to work when even a little bit of debris found its way underneath.Read more
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare supports mouse and keyboard on console
08/07/2019 10:09:04 | Views: 299
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is a cross-platform game - a first for the series. But it will also let you use mouse and keyboard on console. Infinity Ward design director Joe Cecot told the PlayStation Blog Modern Warfare's matchmaking will be based on peripheral - so if you use a controller you'll be chucked in with others using a controller. Similarly, if you use a mouse and keyboard, you'll play with and against people who use a mouse and keyboard.Read more
This hybrid keyboard-trackpad is almost a great iPad mouse solution
08/02/2019 10:38:08 | Views: 267
I’ve recently written about the best iPad Pro keyboard options as well as how well iPadOS’ experimental mouse support works. So when I came across a neat product that bridges the gap between the two, I knew I’d have to check it out. Developed by a small South Korean company called Innopresso, the Mokibo is a keyboard with touch sensitivity on the surface, allowing you to use it as a trackpad.Read more
Jazzberry Raspberry Pi mechanical keyboard
07/29/2019 10:50:45 | Views: 641
Mattis Folkestad has created a unique Raspberry Pi mechanical keyboard which neatly houses the mini PC creating an all in one computer system. The enclosure is 3D printed and combines a Raspberry Pi 3B+ and an Ajazz AK33 mechanical keyboard.Read more
Mechanical keyboard couture: Seattle’s tech subculture
07/29/2019 08:57:42 | Views: 250
Some are in it for the tech. Others are in it for the style and fashion. And others just like the community. For Branden Byers, he discovered the subculture of mechanical keyboard enthusiasts after his wrists started hurting.Read more
10 incredibly useful Mac keyboard shortcuts you should be using
07/28/2019 08:56:33 | Views: 232
If you’re not using keyboard shortcuts on your Mac, you’re missing out on a big part of the reason why so many people love Apple’s desktop operating system. Thanks to Apple’s integration of hardware and software, you’ll rarely have to reach for your mouse or trackpad once you learn to speak the language of the keys.Read more
Apple's new MacBook Pro keyboard could launch this year
07/26/2019 10:05:28 | Views: 262
Apple is reportedly planning to launch a scissor keyboard on its rumored 16-inch MacBook Pro later this year. Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said the tech giant would be replacing the unpopular butterfly keyboard in 2019 rather than 2020, according to MacRumors Thursday.Read more
Do you know why keyboard keys are not placed alphabetically?
07/24/2019 10:48:25 | Views: 219
The computer was invented in the 19th century by a famous mathematician Professor Charles Babbage. Therefore he is called as the ‘father of computer’. Since then, many changes have been made in the computer. The faster you run your fingers on the computer’s keyboard, the faster the information is shared across the world, but have you ever thought why the keyboard letters are in not in any order? In this article we will tell you the reason behind it.Read more
The Keystone keyboard powers your typing or gaming with built-in A.I.
07/22/2019 09:39:07 | Views: 246
Earlier this week, peripheral manufacturer Input Club launched a Kickstarter project for a mechanical keyboard that features a built-in artificial intelligence that adapts its response to typists’ behavior. The new offering, known as the Keystone, is compatible with Windows, MacOS, and Linux devices, and uses the A.I. in its firmware to learn from consumers’ unique typing habits and adjust the responsiveness of each key to improve the accuracy of the keyboard overall.Read more
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