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Logitech Ultrathin is a good, but cramped, keyboard for the iPad mini

One of the things I never thought I would miss when I made the switch to an iPad mini is my keyboard case. I loved using my Jot Writer 2 Plus with my iPad 2, and the friend who subsequently inherited that iPad also loves the case. I never thought I would need or want a keyboard to go with the...

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Review and giveaway: Kensington KeyCover Hard Shell Keyboard for iPad

There's a new iPad keyboard in town: accessory manufacturer Kensington is now shipping the KeyCover Hard Shell Keyboard for iPad (US$79.99). A competitor to the Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover ($99.99), the KeyCover provides the same functions of protecting the iPad screen and being a...

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Archos offers Bluetooth Keyboard for iPad

Tablet maker Archos is stepping outside its Android-based product lineup to offer a new Bluetooth keyboard for the iPad. This is one of the first products from a new division within Archos that'll share the company's technologies with other platforms. The new Archos Design Bluetooth Keyboard...

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Karateka compared on the Apple II and the iPhone

Jordan Mechner is the original creator of the classic Prince of Persia series, and as we mentioned earlier this week, he's recently remade another game of his, Karateka, in a brand-new form on the iPhone and the iPad. The video below, however, isn't really about the game itself -- it's about...

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Logitech announces new Bluetooth keyboard, trackpad for Mac

Logitech's renewed interest in the Apple world continues with the announcement this morning of the new Easy-Switch Keyboard for Mac, iPad and iPhone (US$99.99) and Rechargeable Trackpad ($69.99). When I recently reviewed the Logitech Bluetooth Illuminated Keyboard K810, I loved it -- with the...

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Logitech k810 Bluetooth Illuminated Keyboard: Review and Giveaway

Owners of iMacs, Mac minis, and Mac Pros don't have to look at the glowing keyboards of their MacBook-owning buddies with envy anymore. The folks at Logitech have introduced the new k810 Bluetooth Illuminated Keyboard (US$99.99) so you can continue banging away at the keyboard in the dark....

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Elecom offers a big portable keyboard for a big price

If touchscreen typing just isn't your style -- and slide-out keyboards don't meet your needs -- Elecom's collapsible wireless keyboard just might strike your fancy. The battery-powered accessory can connect to any device that accepts Bluetooth keyboards, and even features a handy fold-out stand...

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Matias Quiet Pro silences the mechanical keyboard

The feel of a mechanical switch keyboard is something much sought after in a certain segment of the technical world. The resistance of the keys as they travel, the spring back to their original positions -- these are things that touch typists value, always chasing after the ultimate keyboarding...

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Fleksy is an alternate text input tool for the visually impaired

Fleksy is an interesting take on alternate text input for the iPhone. Designed for those whose eyesight is bad or nonexistent, Fleksy records the taps on the screen and makes a guess based on your patterns. It then says the word, enabling you to quickly construct sentences without even looking at...

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Use Eve to learn Mac OS X shortcuts

Eve is a brilliant little program that I just installed on my MacBook -- it's got one function only, and that is simply to pop up on the screen whenever you do something with your mouse, and remind you that there's a way to do it with your keyboard. I am a huge fan of keyboard shortcuts, but...

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RIM's predictive typing on jailbroken iPhone

Who wants a Blackberry-style predictive typing setup on their iPhone? (Don't all raise your hands at once!) Developer Mario Hros gave iDownloadblog a look at the upcoming Octopus Keyboard tweak he's working on. Octopus Keyboard looks similar to the iPhone keyboard, but you'll notice the RIM...

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Video shows another way Apple could implement text editing on iPad

As noticed by iDownloadBlog, YouTube user danielchasehooper has come up with an idea that would simplify text editing on the iPad by making it even easier to select text. Instead of tap, hold and zoom to select text, you could use a finger swipe to move the cursor and hold shift to select the...

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Tony Fadell: First iPhone almost had a clickwheel

Tony Fadell recently appeared on The Verge's On The Verge talk show/web series, and he shared a tidbit about early versions of the iPhone, which he worked on as Senior VP of the iPod division at Apple back in 2006. The Verge says that Apple "seriously considered" a hardware keyboard for the...

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Logitech reveals Ultrathin Keyboard Cover for the new iPad

Logitech unveiled a new cover for the iPad that's thin, lightweight and houses a 5-row keyboard. As shown above, it also functions as a stand. The keyboard connects to your iPad via Bluetooth and has a six-month battery life when you use it two hours a day. Just like a Smart Cover, it has a...

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Apple prepping London stores for 2012 Olympics

TUAW has learned that Apple has quietly begun making preparations for the "onslaught of journalists" that are set to arrive in London for the 2012 Olympics, which are less than four months away. A high-level Apple retail employee here in London told me today that the company is planning to...

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