Keyboard

Review: iClever IC-BK05 Backlit Folding Bluetooth Keyboard

Anyone trying to use their tablet to get some serious work done will appreciate the benefits of adding a Bluetooth keyboard. The highly portable IC-BK05 stays folded up in it’s drawstring velvet-like carry pouch until needed, and will even let you type in the dark thanks to it’s 3 colour backlit keys. Folded, it’s just over 6″ long – but two sides of the keyboard open...[Read More]

Review: Vitalitim VT-K01Pro Slimline Wireless Keyboard (UK)

Going wireless with your keyboard means you can locate it far from your system unit and if you need some desk space then you can just leave it out of the way for a while. The VT-K01Pro comes packaged in a long cardboard box. Despite being a full sized keyboard, it’s very slim with a relatively small footprint that makes it look modern and stylish. The shell is made from black plastic, but th...[Read More]

The Azio RETRO CLASSIC USB Keyboard Review

The Azio RETRO CLASSIC USB Keyboard Review Do you miss that “click-clack” sound that show’s everyone in earshot you are working hard? Then the Azio RETRO CLASSIC USB keyboard is just the thing for you, rocking all the fun and sound of an old-timey typewriter while having a USB connection. Once I opened the box, I was finally able to touch the genuine leather trim of this stylish keyboard. Th...[Read More]

Review: Aukey XL Gaming Keyboard and Mouse Pad

This is an oversized mouse pad that’s large enough to sit under both your keyboard and mouse. It comes rolled up in a cardboard box, but once unrolled it lay nice and flat with no edge curling. The pad has a non-slip rubber backing and smooth washable black cloth on the top that seems good quality. I also found no loose threads on the precision stitching around the edge. At about 3 ft x 1.3 ft, th...[Read More]

Razer BlackWidow Chroma V2 Review

Razer BlackWidow Chroma V2 Review Following on from the awesome finger experience of the Chroma, Razer have released the Chroma V2. Though not boasting a load of new features, the design and quality runs through. The BlackWidow Chroma V2 looks the coolest with the Razer matte finish, there are 16.8 million color combinations for the RGB lighting, and the keycaps are contoured. It  comes with a wri...[Read More]

Review: EC Technology Folding Mini Keyboard and Trackpad

We already reviewed a handy little foldable Bluetooth keyboard from EC Technology a few weeks ago but now it’s the turn of it’s bigger brother that includes an integrated trackpad. EC weren’t able to fit a trackpad into the same highly pocketable bar design, so instead of the horizontal fold this keyboard has two hinges that fold vertically. This isn’t quite as neat but overall it’s still fairly s...[Read More]

Review: EC Technology Mini Bluetooth Keyboard with Stand

While software keyboard improvements have made typing on a touchscreen much more agreeable, if you’ve lots to typing to do then it’s still hard to beat the physical keys of a hardware keyboard. However phones and tablets are portable devices so you won’t want to carry around anything too bulky either. This little keyboard gives you proper chiclet style keys in an ultra-portable design which folds ...[Read More]

Razer Ornata Chroma and BlackWidow X Chroma Keyboard Review

Razer Ornata Chroma and BlackWidow X Chroma Keyboard Review I love a mechanical keyboard, so when Razer offered to send me two to compare, I jumped at the chance. The Ornata Chroma is a membrane keyboard which comes in at under £100, while the BlackWidow X Chrome comes in at just under £150. Razer Ornata Chroma Keyboard I was really interested in the mecha-membrane technology they used on this key...[Read More]

Review: Esynic Mini Wireless Keyboard and Trackpad

I’m a big fan of those Android TV boxes that connect to your TV allowing you to run apps and stream all kinds of media. However they usually come with a terrible button remote which makes using them really frustrating. It takes ages to cursor around making selections, and they’re a nightmare when it comes to typing. I’d been using an air mouse which is much better as it lets you point at the scree...[Read More]

Review: 1byone Backlit Mechanical Gaming Keypad

Mechanical keyboards use separate switches underneath each key, requiring a certain amount of pressure and giving a relatively loud click when activated. While they are relatively expensive compared to ordinary dome-switch keyboards, some gamers swear by their responsiveness and durability. If you think about it, whenever you’re playing a game you have one hand on your mouse and only actually use ...[Read More]

SteelSeries Apex M500 Keyboard Review

SteelSeries Apex M500 Keyboard Review I have come to conclusion, that man can’t live on one keyboard alone. The one used for gaming, may not be the same used for working. This has made me pick up the M500 as a purely dedicated gaming keyboard. I have become used to my work keyboard, and I work fast when using it. But it’s not the best for gaming, hence the decision to use two instead o...[Read More]

60 Second App Review – Keyboard for Excel

Price – Free Adds – No IAP – No Rating 8/10 One of my personal wants on Android for a long time has been a keyboard design for using with spreadsheet apps. In my work life I have spreadsheets for a ton of things, and often walk about with my tablet inputting data. I want to enter data quickly without having to manually select the cell adjasent to the one I am on. Keyboard for Exc...[Read More]

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