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Apple gave us the larger Magic Keyboard 2 in space gray months ago. So where's the smaller version?
The Qwerkywriter S' vintage good looks and butter-smooth mechanical keys would make it enticing, but a number of design decisions reduces what could be a fabulous keyboard to a whimsical—but functional—conversation starter.
Quiet yet snappy, roomy and programmable, the reasonably priced Logitech MK540 Advanced keyboard will appeal to typists looking for tactile typing experience without making too much of a racket, while the bundled mouse impresses with its smooth, solid scrolling and programmable gestures.
Tap Systems' Bluetooth wearable keyboard turns almost any surface into a typing space.
This photo editing console helps increase your productivity by allowing you to focus on your working instead of hunting for software controls.
The Azio Retro Classic brings the elegance of vintage typewriters to a comfortable luxury, backlit mechanical keyboard that works with Mac or PC layouts.
Most of the crazy holiday deals are over, but you can still find a few gems out there if you look around.
Logitech's type-on-everything keyboard features easy switching between three devices, including any computer, tablet and smartphone. An integrated phone and tablet stand holds your devices at the perfect angle to type and read. Compatible with Mac and PC.
Keymand turns your iPad into a personalized Mac accessory with up to 256 one-tap keyboard shortcut buttons for each Mac application, complete with custom names and colors.
New touch keyboards in iOS 11 make it easier than even to type your text messages, tweets, documents, and more.
What you have here is the modern day BlueTooth equivalent of an old vintage clicky clacky mechanical typewriter.
With LED backlighting, programmable g-keys for single actions and macros, and anti-ghosting capabilities, the G105 Logitech gaming keyboard is built for serious gaming.
If you need a new mouse, keyboard, or webcam, check out Amazon's Logitech sale today.
Microsoft is no longer offering its Word Flow keyboard in the App Store, directing users to download SwiftKey instead.
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