So the traditional keyboard is a 104-key Qwerty keyboard, but do you really use everything day-in and day-out, couldn’t some time and space be saved? New Standard Keyboard believes so, GetUSB.info just hopes they understand that old habits die hard…and in this case, very hard.
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Ergodex is the authority in custom keyboards, in fact, their DX1 lets you build the exact placement for each key. Designed for a wide range of applications, including AutoCAD, graphic design, video editing and our favorite – gaming, this input system is definitely high end.
The MERC is a full-sized keyboard with a game pad built onto its left side. To conserve space, the numeric keypad has been combined with the arrow keys and editing keys, which switch functions depending on whether or not the num lock is on. The benefits MERC offers is greater communication through an large keyboard […]
Cherry has released a state-of-the art USB keyboard with integrated high-end smart-card reader for secure payment, digital signature, encryption and access authentication. Especially designed for all applications that combine smart card technology with security, the Smartboard G83-6733 has a secure PIN entry mode (class 2 smart card reader) that provides secure data transmission making this […]
This just might be the perfect gaming keyboard for those who need a keypad for First Person Shooter games. Armed with lots of features Cyber Snipa has improved directional ASWD keys, removable soft pad, cool blue undercase lighting, and 34 keys which can be mapped to the users preference. For just under $35 you could […]
The average user inserts a USB stick into their computer from a trusted source. However, there are companies and situations who receive USB flash drives or USB hard drives and they are not certain if the device is infected. Globotron is a company based in New Zealand who designed the product. The product is called […]
In 2015 Intel introduced the Compute Stick or Computer Stick – the product has been around ever since. The idea is simple and eligant. Intel wanted to create an HDMI dongle computer which can run Windows 10. There is no confirmation, but our suspicion is that Intel wanted a ultra-cheap and portable solution to run […]
Update: From this article, the Raspberry Pi 4’s USB-C power port was designed outside of official USB-IF specifications, making it incompatible with many USB-C chargers and/or power supplies. You can read more about from the link above and the information gathered to come to such a conclusion was done by a well known Google engineer, […]
Today Apple announced the new iPadOS will support USB thumb drives. The iPad has long been toughted a workers tablet from Apple, but the relaity is their iPad didn’t provide much functionality. In addition, the devices have limited storage. With today’s announcement the above argument could get a little muted. Update: We learned the iPad […]
SD cards are so popular today because the gigabyte capacity in relation to the form factor size is such a great trade off. The average user on the street would associate an SD card with a camera, but we know heavy users of SD cards use them for embedded operating systems, GPS systems and hand-held […]
If you have found this post, chances are you are trying to delete and keep the “System Volume Information” folder off your flash drive. UPDATE: Thank you to a reader sending in additional information, we now have a solution that is universal to all PCs. You will never get the “There’s a problem with this […]
If the “smart TV” craze hasn’t made it to your home entertainment yet, making one on your own is getting easier every year. All you need is a spare HDMI slot and the Intel Compute Stick.