Mice! Headsets! Controllers! Madness! The Consumer Electronics Show always has plenty of new gaming gear for PC gamers and console junkies alike, and CES 2012 was no different.
This keyboard is designed to be used with Apple's two iPad tablets, numerous Android devices and Microsoft Windows.
Broadcom has introduced a new Bluetooth reference design that allows devices to use a single pair of AA batteries for up to 10 years.
This mouse offers access to up to 78 individual commands thanks to its 13 buttons and six programmable modes.
This design is actually supposed to be good for your hand, wrist and forearm even though it looks like it was dropped by a Smurf.
Logitech's new peripheral adds wireless multitouch capabilities to your Windows 7-based desktop or notebook.
Asus has officially launched its Google Honeycomb-based tablet featuring an optional keyboard docking station.
That regular, old, run of the mill QWERTY keyboard slowing down your Facebook stalking? Then, you'll probably want to pick up the S.N.A.K Facebook-optimized keyboard.
If you find yourself constantly filling your emails, instant messages, and work memos with smiley faces :) You may enjoy one of these awesome emoticon keypads, developed by Lavatelli. One of the great features of this keypad, currently in its prototype
Google has confirmed that it's going to reveal the first Chrome OS netbook tomorrow, but here we have a picture of what purports to be the keyboard that the laptop is going to incorporate.
We bang on fresh keyboards from Microsoft, Logitech, Matias, and Eclipse, and determine whether they deserve to sit in front of your monitor.
Touch screens are nothing impressive these days; we've got touch screen phones, tablets, laptops and computers out the wazoo. What we don't see everyday are water-based touch screens.
We point out ten unusual mice designs: some of these are available for purchase, while others exist only in a product designer's imagination.
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