Don't-Miss Input Device Stories
Alternative keyboard for iPhone has a helpful one-handed mode and support for swipe typing.
Saves countless hours typing @ and #, but the actual keyboard itself could use further refinement.
Unless your first language is something other than English or you want to revisit the days when Newton reigned as king of the marginal handwriting recognition castle, PenReader isn’t particularly accurate, intuitive, or easy to use.
Windows 10 users get some benefit from the iPhone version of Microsoft’s virtual personal assistant, but Mac users get limited capabilities.
Great for numeric entry, this keypad also has a special calculator mode.
Looking for a premium keyboard for an iPad mini? Start your search with the BrydgeMini.
The first third-party iPad Pro keyboard case compatible with Apple’s new Smart Connector offers all-around protection.
Typeeto is an OS X application that allows your Mac keyboard to be used with a smartphone, tablet, or Apple TV device.
It's a standard Bluetooth keyboard—where's the magic, again?
Force Touch just isn't fully baked on the Mac yet, but the Magic Trackpad 2 is still a great choice if you're buying a new iMac.
With a lack of input innovations, what does the future hold for the mouse on a Mac?
The K400 Plus can be used to comfortably control a computer from across the room, but it has limited Mac support.
Why type when you can dictate to your Mac?
Want the ultimate protection for the iPad Air 2 with one of the best typing experiences around? The Blok Keyboard Case is hard to beat.
Got an iPhone 6 Plus, or you like to type with one hand? Thumbly provides your iOS device with a on-screen keyboard made for you.