Tag: Computer-accessories

  • OreObject Sphere 2 Mouse brings the ‘celestial’ element into computing

    OreObject Sphere 2 Mouse brings the ‘celestial’ element into computing

    The OreObject Sphere was a well accepted peripheral that had more design than utility. Of course, you may ask what good is a sphere for a mouse. But this baby goes all the way to add touch-sensitive points for buttons. Also, there’s a scroll wheel in this sequel that supersedes the predecessor. What really sets…

  • Microsoft unveils Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500 Year of the Dragon for $69.95

    Microsoft unveils Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500 Year of the Dragon for $69.95

    The Chinese use a host of animals to depict each year, and also believe people to be born in a particular year to exhibit traits of the creature linked to that year. Now we haven’t really come across fire-breathing Chinese people, though Microsoft has come up with a geeky way to welcome the Year of…

  • Glass keyboard and mouse by Jason Giddings uses Frustrated Total Internal Reflection technology

    Glass keyboard and mouse by Jason Giddings uses Frustrated Total Internal Reflection technology

    If you’ve been flashing that shiny Razor keyboard of yours at every opportunity you get, here’s a keyboards that’s bound to have your jaw dropped right down on the floor. Designed by Jason Giddings, this glass keyboard uses an embedded camera and Frustrated Total Internal Reflection (FTIR) technology and showed up on the Kickstarted website…

  • Cooler Master unveils Storm QuickFire Rapid gaming keyboard with rubberized surface

    Cooler Master unveils Storm QuickFire Rapid gaming keyboard with rubberized surface

    If you spend the better half of your day on your computer playing games, here’s a perfect keyboard to satisfy your video-game-obsessed creature comforts. By Cooler Master, the CM Storm QuickFire Rapid keyboard will officially launch in November this year and uses the mechanical CHERRY MX switches. Sporting a rubber coated keyboard surface, this peripheral…

  • Asus WX Lamborghini Wireless Mouse, a quicker way across your screen

    Asus WX Lamborghini Wireless Mouse, a quicker way across your screen

    In collaboration with Lamborghini, one of the most renowned names in the world of amazingly fast street-legal-cars, Asus has come up with a host of computing devices, including external hard drives and laptops. To add to it all, Asus has recently unveiled the Asus WX Lamborghini Wireless Mouse, reminiscent of the sharp-edged styling of the…

  • HP’s new Wi-Fi mouse makes USB ports and Bluetooth redundant

    HP’s new Wi-Fi mouse makes USB ports and Bluetooth redundant

    HP’s known to do things differently.Be it launching the smallest smartphone or going all hi-fi with its accessories like the wondorous HP Wi-FI mouse. Thats right. This recently launched little fella doesn’t need a USB port or Bluetooth to operate; just integrated the Wi-Fi adapter inside the computer pair the mouse and that’s it. The…

  • Minebea set to launch the Cool Leaf keyboard on May 13

    Minebea set to launch the Cool Leaf keyboard on May 13

    Minebea is all set to launch its Cool Leaf shiny, flat, touch panel keyboard next month in Japan. True to its name, the Cool Leaf touch panel keyboard has been designed by Dr. Kazuo Kawasaki and will initially be available to Japanese Windows users only, while other language layouts are scheduled for release later in…

  • Now taking orders, the new-classic Commodore C64

    Now taking orders, the new-classic Commodore C64

    The Commodore an 8-bit classic computer recently spoke about recreating the C64 using modern hardware. While an official launch was made, there was speculation if we would actually see it retail. We’ll that’s sorted and for $595, you can get your hands on the entry level model. The new C64 is powered by a Dual-core…

  • Microsoft unveils its Express Mouse and Comfort Mouse

    Microsoft unveils its Express Mouse and Comfort Mouse

    Often enough we seem to ignore a very important aspect of browsing – the mouse! Right on cue, Microsoft has launched new mice, bearing some pretty direct names: Express Mouse and Comfort Mouse. The Express Mouse is for people who don’t like replacing batteries and prefer wired mice (eeugh!). They come in Flint, MI Grey…

  • Share your emotions through the Emoticon keypad

    Share your emotions through the Emoticon keypad

    While one cannot go wrong with the happy and sad smileys; there are numerous other emoticons out there that can help personalize your conversation. Now a prototype for a special emoticon keypad, unveiled at CES2011, will make it easier to emote those e-feelings. The keypad has a 4×4 grid with bubble buttons allowing you to…