In the annals of geek culture, icons like Mark Zuckerberg and even Steve Jobs have illustrated the power and allure of the flip-flop as slacker staple. Now that symbol of long nights of cramming and coding gets a cleverly tech-infused update.
Your average QWERTY keyboard really isn't average. Researchers believe that words containing more letters from the right hand side stir "warmer feelings" than those words on the left.
Walking down the huge halls of the Las Vegas Convention Center, I ran into Jason Giddings and David Rogers. You may know them as the guys who threw out the idea for a crazy glass keyboard that uses infrared lights and cameras to track your typing. Well, it's real.
Writers are always looking to imbue their work with a little artistry, and visual artists often struggle to find the right words, but now an enterprising tinkerer has found a way to combine the two disciplines to create aesthetic magic.
Art Lebedev's Optimus Maximus keyboard is pretty slick, but c'mon, let's be real: blowing over $2,000 on a keyboard is hard to justify. The little brother of the Maximus, the Popularis, is now up for pre-order, and it's just as good looking but way more affordable.
The Levitatr keyboard just looks like a board with a smooth black surface. But once you turn it on, the keys raise out of it and the backlighting turns out, and then you know what you've got on your hands.
Art Lebedev's next expensive and impressive keyboard, the Optimus Popularis, improves on the keyboards that game before it while adding something nifty and new: a status bar for your computer at the top of the 'board. You'll get weather updates, information about your PC, and more. Oh, and every key is a display, too.
You've probably heard of the Optimus line of keyboards before. If you have, it's usually because they're super expensive. The Optimus Popularis (pictured above), the next offering from Art.Lebedev Studio, is no different, and could push upwards of $1,000 when...
Gamers with magic fingers will snap up this Microsoft SideWinder X4 keyboard, apparently so fast that it can turn off the lights and get into the bed before it gets dark. The secret is "advanced anti-ghosting technology," recognizing even the...
Following the success of the Microsoft Arc Mouse that we positively reviewed, the company rolls out the equally attractive wireless Arc Keyboard. It's touted as having "style that works," and we couldn't resist getting our hands on this shiny black...