• Ring Mouse Puts Cursor Control On Your Fingers

    Ring Mouse Puts Cursor Control On Your Fingers

    Your mouse proving hard to use during presentations?  Put a ring on it.  Well, something like that with the Ring Mouse, a wearable input peripheral designed to give you freedom to move during presentations. Made by Genius, the device is literally a ring you wear on one finger.  Instead of precious stones, though, it’s got a directional pad (for moving that mouse cursor) and a pair of buttons.  And, no, I don’t think this was the ring Beyonce was talking [...]

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  • Social Network Access Keyboard With Hot Keys For You Facebookers

    Social Network Access Keyboard With Hot Keys For You Facebookers

    We’re not sure what you use Facebook for.  Whatever it is, we’re pretty sure the Social Network Access Keyboard (SNAK) will save you a few clicks every time you spend time there. Modeled from the Dynex Multimedia Keyboard, the peripheral throws in 19 extra keys, each of takes you directly to one specific Facebook page.  According to the product page, they chose the pages most people use in order to save the website users erstwhile wasted navigation time. SNAK is [...]

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  • Emoticon Keypad Simplifies Typing Faces On Your Emails

    Emoticon Keypad Simplifies Typing Faces On Your Emails

    When you type a lot of numbers, you can count on the number pad in the right hand corner of your keyboard (or a standalone peripheral) to help you type those digits at high speeds.  The emoticon keypad works like that — except it’s for those who spend extended hours socializing online. Made by Lavatelli, the USB peripheral lets you type up emoticons with the single push of a button, instead of the multiple ASCII characters it usually requires.  Even [...]

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  • Pretec H220 Intellicable Turns Any Phone Into A Modem

    Pretec H220 Intellicable Turns Any Phone Into A Modem

    You’re already paying for a data plan on your phone. Unfortunately, very few phones let you tether that internet connection to a computer, leaving you with having to pay for one of those 3G modems and another data plan to get full desktop internet on the go. Put a stop on that double spending with the H220 Intellicable, an upcoming device that turns any web-enabled phone into a wireless modem. It looks nothing more than a regular mobile USB cable [...]

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  • Gboard Puts One-Press Gmail Shortcuts At Your Fingers

    Gboard Puts One-Press Gmail Shortcuts At Your Fingers

    Spend half of your day in Gmail, the other half in Facebook and whatever time remains doing work in real life? Simplify the first part of that equation with the Gboard, a USB keyboard that gives you shortcut buttons to the most-used functions in Gmail. No more messing with scrolling and multiple mouse clicks. Using the accessory, you can simply tap a single button to see all your Starred messages, move to the next thread because the one you’re reading [...]

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  • Thanko USB Folding Keyboard Can Compact Into Your Pocket

    Thanko USB Folding Keyboard Can Compact Into Your Pocket

    Having a full-size keyboard is always convenient. Carrying one, however, is far from it. Not if you have the Thanko USB Folding Keyboard, a full-sized PC peripheral that folds into a case that can fit in your pocket. Perfect for netbook users who find the compact keyboard a bit too cramped for comfort, the accessory closes up into a 3.6 x 5.1 x 0.8 inch slab. Lightweight at only 8 ounces, you don’t even need extra space in the bag. [...]

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  • Can I Have An Alphabetical Keyboard With Designated Chat Buttons Like BRB, LOL And More

    Can I Have An Alphabetical Keyboard With Designated Chat Buttons Like BRB, LOL And More

    Is having to type LOL, THX and BRB starting to feel like a chore to you?  I mean, why can’t you just press one key and have it automatically write BTW onscreen, right?   Now, you can stop feeling irked with the Fast Fingers Keyboard, an ugly-looking PC peripheral that integrates IM abbreviations on the function keys. Seriously, who has time to type three capital  letters anymore?  Not whoever invented this ugly red keyboard, that’s for sure.  In fact, who even [...]

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  • Duo Dynamic Digital Pen Mouse Lets You Turn Any Monitor Into A Touchscreen

    Duo Dynamic Digital Pen Mouse Lets You Turn Any Monitor Into A Touchscreen

    Why bother buying a tablet when you can turn your monitor into one?  The Duo Dynamic Digital Pen Mouse should bring up that question for most computer users, as it transforms any regular PC display into a full-featured touchscreen device. Designed for machines running Vista or Windows 7 (it uses the tablet interface in those OS platforms), the Duo is a two-component system that makes touch response available on any computer.  You can use it to navigate presentations, draw scribbles [...]

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  • DJ Mouse: Because Musicians Deserve Specialty Peripherals Too

    DJ Mouse: Because Musicians Deserve Specialty Peripherals Too

    Why do gamers get all the cool mouse peripherals?  Musicians need love too.  That’s why DJ Tech came up with the DJ Mouse, a point-and-click accessory that incorporates music-making capabilities in its array of controls. Like a regular mouse peripheral, the DJ Mouse performs all pedestrian PC functions, from navigating the desktop to scrolling through pages of text.  More than that, however, it’s also designed to interface with your DJ software, allowing you to fade and scratch without having to [...]

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  • Combimouse Split Keyboard Redesigns Common PC Peripherals

    Combimouse Split Keyboard Redesigns Common PC Peripherals

    I used to have a really small computer table and it wasn’t uncommon to encounter problems fitting both mouse and keyboard on the single pull-out desk.  As such, I had to make do with a smaller-than-usual set of keys, just so I can work the other peripheral in. I’ve since upgraded to a better workspace, but I’m pretty sure there are others still in the same boat, who can probably appreciate the Combimouse.  A split ergonomic keyboard, it uses one [...]

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  • Datamancer Deco Keyboard: 30′s Art Deco Meets Throwaway PC Peripheral

    Datamancer Deco Keyboard: 30′s Art Deco Meets Throwaway PC Peripheral

    Datamancer’s Steampunk creations have never failed to amaze us before.  The awe continues today with their latest keyboard contraption, the Datamancer Deco Keyboard. Commissioned by a husband-and-wife team who just opened an Art Deco-themed movie theater called Cinema 16:9, the keyboard is intended to blend in with the shop’s theme, while being functional enough for use as the main input control at their point-of-sale.   I’m not exposed to enough of Art Deco to know whether this fits in with the [...]

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