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Orée Wireless Wooden Keyboard

by Johan on October 5, 2012

Orée Wireless Wooden Keyboard

If you like wooden gadgets, then check out the new Orée wireless wooden keyboard. Each keyboard is made from a single piece of wood to preserve wood grain across shell and keys. Available in either maple or walnut, the Orée wireless wooden keyboard is powered by a Bluetooth 3.0 chipset from Broadcom (BCM20730) that enables several months of continuous operation on a single pair of AAA batteries. If you are interested, you can buy the Orée wireless wooden keyboard for €125 ($162) + shipping. [Product Page]

Buffalo Releases Collapsible Bluetooth Keyboard

by Johan on September 26, 2012

Buffalo Releases Collapsible Bluetooth Keyboard

Buffalo Japan is back with its latest product in the form of the BSKBB14 collapsible Bluetooth keyboard. Measuring 305mm x 94mm x 11mm and weighing 230 grams, this wireless keyboard features a compact 69-key QWERTY English+Japanese layout with most command keys and a magnetic lock to bind its two halves. The Buffalo BSKBB14 is powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery that provides enough juice for three months after a three-hour charge. Available in black (BSKBB14BK) and white (BSKBB14WH) variants, the Buffalo BSKBB14 collapsible Bluetooth keyboard will be released in early October 2012 for 9,765 Yen ($125) each. [Softpedia]

Matias Releases The World's Quietest Mechanical Keyboard

Matias has released the Quiet Pro Keyboard, which is claimed to be the world’s quietest mechanical keyboard. It is available in both PC and Mac specific models. Each version features three USB 2.0 ports, laser-etched keys with beveled keytops and dedicated keys that let you control Volume Up/ Down/ Mute. The Matias Quiet Pro is $149.95 with separate PC and Mac specific versions. [Product Page]

HP Introduces The World's First NFC-enabled Mouse

HP has proudly introduced the world’s first NFC-enabled mouse. The HP Touch to Pair Mouse allows users to instantly connect the mouse to any Bluetooth-enabled PC or tablet. This wireless mouse is designed to work with the new Microsoft Windows 8 operating system. HP will release the Touch to Pair Mouse in November 2012 for $39 each. [Engadget]

Microsoft Sculpt Comfort Keyboard

by Johan on September 20, 2012

Microsoft Sculpt Comfort Keyboard

Microsoft Corp. has proudly introduced the Sculpt Comfort Keyboard, an ergonomic keyboard featuring an enlarged split spacebar with optional backspace functionality on the left-hand side of the spacebar. What makes this wireless keyboard special is that it includes several keys that give customers quick access to the most commonly used Windows 8 features, including Search, Share, Device and Settings hot keys and an updated Windows key. The Microsoft Sculpt Comfort Keyboard is priced at $59.95. [Microsoft]