Tagged: Computer Peripherals

LG Rolly Keyboard 2 is a hot accessory on my wish list this year

LG Rolly Keyboard 2

Last year LG came-up with a catchy rollable keyboard and riding on success of that cool accessory, LG has released the next version. Rolly Keyboard 2 has been announced by LG with a few changes that will please the proponents of this peripheral, including me. Instead of rolling into a square like the first version, Rolly 2 will roll into a pentagon because it has 5 rows of keys instead of the 4 in earlier version. The new key management means you have special characters and line spacing similar to that in a laptop keyboard.
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Buffalo DriveStation provides ultra-fast speed and ample hard drive space

Buffalo DriveStation Ultra

For professionals working in the field of video production, gaming, CAD designing and other similar professions that require high transfer rate of files finding the right solution is important. Simply because time is gold. Keeping this in the back of their mind, Buffalo has designed a high-performance and high capacity drive. Called as DriveStation Ultra, the storage drive can hold ten drives and work 24×7 without any heating or other hardware issues.
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“Logitech” renames itself to “Logi” as a part of re-branding strategy

Logitech rebranding to Logi

Whenever the word “Logitech” rings in your ears, the first picture that comes to mind is keyboards, mouse and other computer peripherals for which the company is so famous. But somewhere the company themselves thinks that they are going astray as far as branding is concerned. The reason being, the name itself. To appeal to the younger consumers and create a very techy image Logitech is going to rename itself to “Logi”.
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Logitech Wireless Touch Keyboard is tailor-made for couch potatoes

Logitech Wireless Touch Keyboard K400 Plus

Enjoy laid back entertainment Logitech Wireless Touch Keyboard

Logitech is always at the forefront when it comes to computer peripherals like keyboard and mouse. To extend their product range of new age computer peripherals, Logitech has launched the all new Wireless Touch Keyboard K400 Plus ideal for urban lifestyle where everything should be at an arm’s length. This Windows 8 compatible keyboard has a wireless range of 10 meters (33 feet) and pairs-up with your PC and smart TV, so that you can enjoy laid back living room entertainment.
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Passive Computer Cooling System that will save billions in electricity bills

Passive Computer Cooling System

The passive computer cooling system, which is undergoing optimization at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, has the capacity to save more than $6.3 billion in electricity per year. Cuong Nguyen, a graduate student of UAH, comes up with this idea as a part of his chemical engineering thesis. He and his professor Dr. James E. Smith, who is also an UAH chemical engineer professor are working together to optimize this cooling system for computers.
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Take out your frustration on this Strong Enter Key!

Village Vanguard Strong Enter Key

Being a blogger sometimes can be really frustrating when you just can’t seem to hit the right rhythm. And most of the times, this frustration is taken out on the good old Enter key. You hit the key really hard to satisfy your guts and tend to get some mental satisfaction. Japanese company Village Vanguard has their own version of releasing this frustration, not on the key on your keyboard, but a colossal Enter key that when hit with force won’t get damaged. Plus, it will be a good way to release your tension.
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LaCie Porsche Design Mobile Drive: External hard drive tailor-made for your new MacBook

LaCie Porsche Design Mobile Drive

In a world dominated by mobile devices, external hard disks with fast transfer rates are one of the peripheral devices that are still in great demand. LaCie, a high-end subsidiary of Seagate Technology has released the industry’s first ever external hard disk with reversible USB 3.1 type-C interconnection which is perfect for modern computer, Latest Apple MacBook to be specific. LaCie Porsche Design Mobile Drive has a USB-C port which has same connectors on both the sides that are compatible with standard USB 3.0 (Type-A) or USB 2.0 ports.
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Mouse Box – Compact PC housed inside a mouse!

Mouse Box PC

Portability is the name of the game these days when we have a look at the gadgets and gizmos of current era. Taking that fact into consideration, a Polish company has come-up with a compact PC that you wouldn’t imagine could ever exist. Meet Mouse Box, a PC that is actually a mouse and both! The gut of this mouse has a 1.4GHz quad-core ARM Cortex CPU, 128GB flash storage, micro-HDMI port, 802.11n WiFi connectivity, USB 3.0 port, accelerometer and gyroscope. The only thing that this PC requires is a display.
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Wireless Ring Mouse is tailor-made for giving PowerPoint presentations

Wireless ring mouse

Sanwa Direct (a Japanese online retailer) has come-up with a wireless ring mouse that doubles as a laser pointer too. Compatible with Windows and Mac, this ring like mouse pointer is perfect for making presentations or operating your system wirelessly from a distance while watching a movie for instance. The mouse is tailor-made for use with PowerPoint or any other presentation applications. Other than that, you can use this wireless mouse for normal PC operation too.
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Strix Knight – A Meticulously built geeky PC case mod

Strix Knight 14

Making a custom PC case mod is one hell of an obsession for geeks. A Chinese modder, Han Yu, built a whole mod from scratch. At first glance it looks like an autobot thing, but on a closer look you’ll figure out it’s the owl, the Strix owl. That’s why the modder calls ‘Strix Knight’ mod. When we went through the whole process, we were amazed at the meticulousness employed in constructing each and every part of the system except the electronic components and coolers. Each part was designed, cut into shapes, painted, and then finally merged a steel frame, which is constructed from the scratch as well. Read More…