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AZIO’s gorgeous Iris keyboard is inspired by vintage cameras

AZIO’s gorgeous Iris keyboard is inspired by vintage cameras

05/31/2019 09:23:43 | Views: 437

AZIO is a company that makes keyboards that look as good as they feel when you type on them, and at Computex it was showing off the prototype for its next device. The AZIO Iris draws inspiration from the design of old-fashioned rangefinder cameras, from Leica and Fujica / Fujifilm, with unashamedly analog dials and switches. It may not be going on sale until the end of the year at the earliest, but I'm already in love.

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05/30/2019 21:55:21 | Views: 534

Ever since March of 2015, Typing-SpeedTest.com was a free to use tool for anyone who wanted to get better at typing. It is still just a single-person hobby project that was created to develop my own typing skills. Sure it had ads from the beginning, and thankfully that helps a lot when I have to pay the hosting bill.

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This is one beautiful mechanical keyboard

This is one beautiful mechanical keyboard

05/29/2019 10:10:23 | Views: 336

Ambling about a sea of graphics cards, monitors and RGB headphones on the crowded Computex show floor in Taiwan, I was stopped in my tracks by this keyboard from Azio.

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Asus’ new ZenBook Pro Duo integrates a huge touchscreen above the keyboard

Asus’ new ZenBook Pro Duo integrates a huge touchscreen above the keyboard

05/28/2019 12:31:38 | Views: 430

Following on from last year's ZenBook Pro 15, which featured a productivity-inspiring touchscreen trackpad, Asus is doubling down on its unique approach with the newly-announced ZenBook Pro Duo (UX581). It features what Asus is calling the ScreenPad Plus, which is a secondary touch display that spans the entire width of the laptop's full-size keyboard.

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Apple’s keyboard ‘material’ changes on the new MacBook Pro are minor at best

Apple’s keyboard ‘material’ changes on the new MacBook Pro are minor at best

05/26/2019 08:17:00 | Views: 427

According to iFixit, Apple made two changes to the new keyboards that are on its just-announced, spec-bumped MacBook Pro. The changes seem to amount to a new material underneath the key on the switch cover and a new dome switch that might be more resilient. And though it’s much too early to say whether or not those changes will make a difference in improving the keyboard’s reliability, what is clear right now is that Apple is still just tweaking its design instead of overhauling it.

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Apple’s new MacBook keyboard fix is reassuring and worrying at the same time

Apple’s new MacBook keyboard fix is reassuring and worrying at the same time

05/23/2019 10:54:20 | Views: 428

I genuinely don’t know whether to feel reassured or worried about Apple’s latest attempt to address its busted butterfly keyboards. I think it’s both — because on the very same day Apple announced a revised version of its MacBook Pro keyboard that supposedly won’t get crippled by mere specks of dust, it included those brand-new keyboards in the same free extended repair program designed to placate customers whose keyboards do fail.

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Apple tweaks its troubled MacBook keyboard design yet again, expands repair program

Apple tweaks its troubled MacBook keyboard design yet again, expands repair program

05/22/2019 10:20:14 | Views: 395

Apple is announcing an update to its keyboard repair program today. All MacBooks with the so-called “butterfly mechanism” (that’s pretty much all modern MacBooks) will now be fully eligible for Apple’s Keyboard Service Program. The expansion means that a few newer models that weren’t previously covered will be able to get repairs. Unfortunately, Apple is not extending how long that program lasts — it’s still “4 years after the first retail sale of the unit.”

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Here’s why your laptop keyboard stinks

Here’s why your laptop keyboard stinks

05/09/2019 11:18:58 | Views: 395

As laptops get slimmer and smaller, the space for a great keyboard is getting tight–even when companies are willing to try new technologies.

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Razer Huntsman Elite Gaming Keyboard Review

Razer Huntsman Elite Gaming Keyboard Review

05/05/2019 09:32:41 | Views: 378

The Razer Huntsman Elite is the latest offering from the gaming accessory brand that goes hand-in-hand with the new revamped Razer Central software and new optical switches. It has a lot going on for it. A media switch collection, a fantastic wrist rest and of course all the RBG you could ever ask for. Most importantly though, it is as satisfying as ever to type on and one of the most comfortable keyboards I have ever used…. ever.

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Windows 10 may soon stop tracking your keyboard input in Chromium browsers in incognito mode

Windows 10 may soon stop tracking your keyboard input in Chromium browsers in incognito mode

05/05/2019 09:29:44 | Views: 412

While a browser's incognito mode provides you a level of privacy when surfing the web by forgetting your browsing history, cookies, and data you enter into website forms after your current session, there are certain exceptions. For example, your keyboard input will still be monitored even if you go incognito if text prediction is enabled on Windows 10.

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