Don't-Miss Keyboard Stories
Say goodbye to the weird edges and experimental look of Logitech's G410/910. The G810 Orion Spectrum is all business—at least on the outside.
Want to get your mouse a little closer? Just pull off the number pad and snap it onto the left.
The Claymore lets you switch the 10-key number pad to the other side.
Logitech's newest gaming keyboard is for those who want Romer-G switches and RGB lighting without losing half their desk in the process.
This $169 add-on won't be everyone's cup of tea.
If you're a fan of Lenovo keyboards and the Microsoft Surface 3 design, the new Ideapad Miix 700 is for you.
Do you own a Mac? A PC? No problem. At IFA 2015, Logitech launches the Logitech K380 keyboard and the M535 Bluetooth mouse with multi-OS support.
The DisplayCover keyboard concept could extend your Surface Pro's screen real estate with an e-ink touchscreen.
Love mechanical keyboards but don't love the noise? Corsair and Cherry have a new solution.
Keyboards like the Microsoft Universal Foldable Keyboard will become increasingly more important if Microsoft's Continuum technology makes phone computing a reality.
The new Remote Keyboard app is designed for Intel's NUC and Compute Stick miniature PCs, but should work with any machine running Windows 7 and higher.
Rumors are swirling about a larger iPad, already informally named "iPad Pro." A developer digging into the iOS 9 beta has, in fact, discovered a keyboard that would fit great on a big-screen tablet. Many expect Apple to introduce a big-screen iPad in the fall.
Synaptics said that the SmartBar is now available for purchase, and companies like Thermaltake are shipping keyboards based upon it.
There is a new default theme and several drops of Material Design sprinkled throughout the new interface.
You could pay someone to take care of these repairs for you, but you'd be surprised how easy they are with a little patience.
The predict-your-typing company also reveals it's partnering with Dashlane in an effort to automatically enter your passwords on mobile.
The Nexus 9 is supposed to be Google's Lollipop-showcasing productivity tablet, but how can you get things done if you don't have a keyboard?