Tag Archives: keyboard

Take A Seat, I Command You

Just be happy these Command Stools don’t say “delete” or you might be sleeping with the fishes. Designed to resemble a keyboard key, the Command Stools let you know that you have no choice but to sit.

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Surta 7 industrial steel keyboard: NSFW (Not Safe For Winter)

This Surta 7 keyboard might look really slick with its industrial steel finish, but you have to imagine this thing would chill your fingers to the bone in the winter. I can feel the death gurgle from hypothermia enclosing around my precious limbs as we speak. The Surta 7 is designed for a kiosk, with the finish designed prepared especially ...

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Cool Stuff We Missed – 11/16/07

Finger Warming Keyboard [Amazon] – For ultra toastyness while you click away.People use IM to hook up then break up [Ars Technica] – Something tells me the majority of this survey was taken with the 14-17 age demographic.Wall-Mounted Shoe Dryer [Core77] – Something about hanging sopping wet shoes on a device plugged into a wall socket doesn’t seem too safe ...

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Dice Made Of Keyboard Keys Sparks New Game

Made from a bunch of discarded keyboard numerals, these dice have a game to go along with them. Sure, it might not be as badass as throwing dice in an alley with your homies, but come on now, this is 2007 we’re talking about. It’s about time there was an update. Here are the rules to play the game: + ...

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Nokia handheld concept has removable keyboard

A newly released patent reveals a new handheld device from Nokia which comes with a removable QWERTY keypad. The patent describes a UMPC device with dual touchscreens and a keyboard that sits on top of one of the screens until it is needed. They keyboard will slide out when needed for texting or web surfing. When the keyboard is removed, ...

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5T1CK135 (Stickies) computer window designed post-it notes

People love using their online sticky note programs, leaving little notes scattered across the Internet for further reference. 5T1CK135, or Stickies for non-l33t speakers, are computer window designed post-it notes for everyday life. If you feel secure in keeping with what you already know, 5T1CK135 could be a nice transition from going from a computer to the physical world. Just ...

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Xbox QWERTY controller seen in the wild

Nothing is ever concrete until you see it in this world of Photoshop renderings. Now that we can see the recently announced Xbox 360 QWERTY Controller in the wild, we can offer a full confirmation on Microsoft’s announcement. This is the first public viewing of the QWERTY text input device for Xbox. The announcement coincides with Microsoft’s announcement that MSN ...

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Microsoft reveals QWERTY Xbox 360 Controller

With the announcement that MSN Messenger will now be integrated into the Xbox 360 dashboard, Microsoft has also announced a QWERTY controller for hassle-free text input for the chat program. The 47-keyed controller plugs into the normal controller via the headphone jack. While it might be a little clunky looking, it sure as hell beats having to lug a full ...

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DIY: Creative ways to recycle your peripherals

Here’s a few ways to not have to throw out stuff, such as the Bagel Holding CD Spindle. These methods concern peripherals though, rather than casing. We all have mountains of broken peripherals scattered around our houses. You might remember the DIY Keyboard Wallet. Well what about when you feel a little more creative and want to do your own ...

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