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Mini Wireless Keyboard with Trackpad

When you get home from a long day in front of a computer at work, the last thing you want to do is sit in front of your desktop computer at home. Maybe you just want to be able to stretch out on your stomach on your bed and type on your desktop computer at the same time. Well worry not as the Mini Wireless Keyboard with Trackpad lets you relax while using your computer. With a full keyboard, navigation and multimedia control keys, you can do just about anything you want from the comfort of your couch or bed. The backlight will even let you do it in dim lighting.

It also possesses the world's first 90-degree Flip Design Touchpad. It's a tiny touchpad, but you can still click, scroll, and mouse like a champion! It also comes with a laser pointer which can come in handy during presentations; letting you walk around the room, add notes to your spreadsheet, point at your pie chart, all from up to 100 feet away.



USB Multi-Touch Smart Pad

Laptop users, particularly those that actually own laptops for several “work from home” or data entry projects, always complain that a) the touchpad just doesn't do enough cool stuff and 2) we'd like a numeric keypad. In fact, we'd be willing to bet there are some desktop users who are crying foul about their mice. Enter the USB Multi-Touch Smart Pad, which allows you a smart touchpad with an integrated number pad. It’s a space-saving, slim and compact design and provides two- and three-finger functions to let you accomplish the following:

Two finger functions: Tapping (mouse middle key), Magnifier, Rotate, Zoom in, Zoom out, Vertical scroll, Horizontal scroll.

Three finger functions: Map the 3 finger tap to any function you want, switch window, Open My Computer, Page down/Page up.

One click and you switch to a 10-key numeric keypad for all your data entry needs.


 Bluetooth laser Virtual Keyboard

2015 is almost upon us, and while movies promised flying cars, personal space travel to distant galaxies, and bio-implanted cell phones, it’s disappointing that none of that has actually taken form in reality. However, all hope is not lost as a glimpse of the future has arrived in the form of the 
 Bluetooth laser Virtual Keyboard. This tiny device laser projects a keyboard on any flat surface. You can then type away accompanied by simulated key click sounds. With 63 keys and and full size QWERTY layout the laser Virtual Keyboard can approach typing speeds of a standard keyboard, and dazzle every onlooker the moment you pull this baby from your pocket and use it to compose an e-mail on your Bluetooth enabled PDA or Cell Phone.


 Flexible keyboard

It looks like a standard slim keyboard in a standard QWERTY layout, but with a nifty twist of being the most portable keyboard to date. Simply roll the unit up when you're done with it! A great tool for laptop users who miss their full-sized KB when on the road, or LAN party warriors looking to lighten their load. Its dust and moisture proof, which is great for messy kids! Available in PS/2 or combo USB and PS/2 connectivity


Dynamic Pixel LED Keyboard

Remember back in the 80s with gigantic super computers and their transparent block keys that light up by pressing them? Well this keyboard is capable of individually lighting each key in the color of your choice using multicolor LED lights under the keys. What's more, it can do some amazing tricks like an animated rainbow across all the keys, or make each key light when you press it. You get four “preset” buttons above the arrow keys you can use to instantly choose between different customizable lit skin presets. Set-up a glowing skin for your favorite game with different colors to indicate each key action... or create illuminated patterns and designs.


Cyborg Robotic Gaming keyboard

This keyboard from the future looks amazing with user selectable backlit key colors and special metal plated gaming keys. With 12 programmable gaming keys and a special 'Cyborg' mode which disables those annoying Windows keys, you'll be stylin' robotically while you frag or MMORPG away.



iHome Keyboard with iPhone Dock

iPhone (or iPod) users and fanatics are going to love this. A full QWERTY keyboard flanked by an iPhone/iPod dock on the left and a 10-key number pad on the right. The built-in dock has a cover that slides flat on the keyboard when it's not in use to maintain the keyboard's sleek black design. Illuminated touch-sensitive media keys allow you to shuffle your playlist and control your media with the glide of a finger, making managing your tunes easy. Two rotating USB ports give you quick and easy access to your other important gadgets, like your digital camera, printer, thumb drive, mouse, and more. Finally, you can have all of your most precious gadgets safely docked within reach at all times during your work day or night.



DX1 Input System

Keyboards are great, but for the hardcore gamer, they are far from perfect. Just think about how many times you’ve dreamed about moving the keys to fit your hand, or to make a key execute a string of commands. The DX1 Input System was built with you in mind. Simply put, all you do is stick the keys where you want and then tell the DX1 what you want each key to do. It can be one command, it can be a string of commands - you now have the freedom to configure your ideal keyboard.

The 25 included buttons stick to the Tray in any configuration. And, if you change your mind or mess up, they are removable and moveable – just twist off and restick. The Tray is clear, so you can make your own backgrounds. Maybe you’ll label your buttons, maybe you’ll slide in artwork – the choice is yours. And the two permanent little buttons let you bring up the DX1 control panel and assign/record macros on the fly. That’s right: you can be in-game, realize you need a new key, stick it down, assign it a command or macro, and keep playing.

The DX1 works with any program and can remember a different set of macros for each program you use! You could stick down the keys and without changing anything other than the program you are using, they would serve as a pallet of commands in Photoshop, a squadron of macros for your favorite RTS, and your perfect arsenal for your fraggiest FPS! With the DX1, your competitors will hit 1 button to fire at you, while you’ll hit 1 button to fire, switch weapons, fire again, duck, switch back to your original weapon, and reload! Ultimate power and ultimate control is now at your fingertips.



Optimus Maximus Keyboard

You’d think that there would be a top 10 list for cool funky keyboards, but this one sets the bar high enough to end the list right here. Designed by Russian design studio Art Lebedev, the fabled Optimus Maximus Keyboard features a tiny screen on each key... that's 113 screens in all. What can you do with these tiny screens, you ask? Well, each key can change its image dynamically depending on what you're doing.

Hold down SHIFT and all keys go uppercase. Run Photoshop and you can set it so each hotkey has an image representing its function. Set a key to monitor your CPU usage or display what iTunes track you are currently playing. You can make a key into a tiny clock with moving hands and play animated gif files or even quicktime movies. Customization possibilities are limitless as each key can be individually programmed.

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