Don't-Miss Input device Stories
James Galbraith reports on some of the storage products exhibited at Macworld Expo, including new offerings from Verbatim and Sonnet Technologies.
The peripherals maker has around a dozen new items that it’s released in time for Macworld Expo as well as the Consumer Electronics Show.
Kensington’s $130 SlimBlade Trackball routes all control through trackball rotation.
Logitech said Tuesday it will cut 525 salaried employees as it expects weaker consumer demand for its computer peripherals.
Ecamm Network will be showing off the first Bluetooth wireless Web cam at Macworld Expo.
One of the Apple world's most colorful personalities has joined the board of advisors for Axiotron, makers of the ModBook.
Cyber Sport's new Orbita Mouse crosses a mouse with a merry-go-round for an input device that spins you right round.
NewerTech released a new USB wireless Internet adapter for Mac users with a USB 2.0 or 1.1 port on their computer.
On December 8, 1968, Douglas Engelbart introduced the world to the computer mouse—here's a look back to 40 years on input innovation.
Every year, Macworld editors select the Mac hardware and software that met our standards for quality, innovation, value, and usability. This year, we found 20 products worthy of our annual Editors’ Choice honors.
People have been waiting for a Mac-compatible version of Logitech’s acclaimed diNovo Edge keyboard since the Windows model was released back in 2006. They finally got it in 2008.
A Mac on your desk gives you a pretty powerful workstation-but also a pretty barren one. The products in the final installment of our Gear Guide can help spruce up your workspace while also helping you get more creative, store more data, and finish more work.
Microsoft’s Arc Mouse takes a different and unique approach to mouse design. It looks like, well...an arc. And it actually folds so it doesn’t take up a lot of room in a laptop bag. In this Macworld Video, Jackie Dove takes a close look at the Arc Mouse. She’ll talk about its arc design, how it works, and how to modify the Arc Mouse’s settings on the Mac.
Livescribe announced Monday that it would release a public beta of Livescribe Desktop for the Mac, the software that supports the formerly PC-only Pulse Smartpen. Chris Holt got a preview of the Mac version of the software and shares some first impressions of the innovative note-taking device.
Want to add a little zing to your desktop or traveling gear? Older accessories becoming sluggish or outdated? A new keyboard or mouse may liven up your act, get some wires out of the way, or help you work faster, more accurately, or more comfortably.