Tag Archive: Keyboards


3 Great Keyboards for your Samsung Tab S3

Working and messaging are made even easier with a compatible keyboard.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is the best tablet you can buy in 2018, but if you want to get more done on your Galaxy Tab S3, you’re going to want a Bluetooth keyboard.

The best come built into a case, which is what we’ve highlighted below!

Samsung Keyboard Cover Fintie Keyboard Case with S Pen Holder Cooper Cases Backlit Keyboard Case Samsung Keyboard Cover

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The Razer FragFest gaming gear sale has great prices on mice, keyboards, and more

Upgrade your peripherals today.

The Razer FragFest sale is going on right now, and Razer is discounting a lot of great gaming gear. We’ve already covered the Razer Phone being $ 100 off, but there are also mice, keyboards, headsets, and even tool kits on sale. All shipping is free if you spend over $ 49. Otherwise it’s $ 10 flat. The sale ends May 16.

Here are some of the deals we liked:

Ornata gaming keyboard  [Read More…]

Best Keyboards for Samsung Galaxy Tab S3

The Galaxy Tab S3 is one of the few high-end Android tablets left. Here’s how to turn it into a productivity machine!

High-end Android tablets may not be so common these days, but Samsung is one of the few manufacturers still offering a high-end option with its Galaxy Tab S3. But sometimes you need a tablet to be a bit more powerful, and that’s where a keyboard comes in handy.

Here are the best keyboards for your Samsung Galaxy  [Read More…]

Amazon’s one-day sale on PC gear has low prices on mice, keyboards, and more

Get what you need.

Amazon has a huge selection of PC components down to low prices for one day only. The sale features a variety of major brands like Toshiba, HyperX, Logitech, and more. The gear includes both internal parts, like the Seagate 1TB solid state hybrid drive for $ 60.99, and external peripherals, the Razer DeathAdder gaming mouse for $ 54.99

Here’s a few of the other items on sale:

Razer BlackWidow Chroma V2 RGB mechanical  [Read More…]

Keyboards are in: Motorola is bringing a keyboard Moto Mod to the market later this year

When Moto Mods were first introduced, we saw a completely new and unique take on modularity with our smartphones. Although some thought this was just a gimmick that would only last one iteration of devices, Motorola and Lenovo proved everyone wrong and has continued to release new Mods. At CES 2018, while Motorola isn’t introducing […]

How to change keyboards on Android Wear 2.0

It’s the stuff of dreams — a keyboard on your tiny watch face.

In all seriousness, it’s nice to have a backup input method when Android Wear is having trouble understanding your commands. Android Wear 2.0 comes with built-in keyboard input capabilities, so you can tap or swipe around to reply to messages. And if you have other keyboard apps installed, you can switch to those as default input method, too.

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Roundup – Absolutely Essential Android Keyboards

One of Android’s biggest draws used to be the ability to use whatever keyboard you wanted to your heart’s desire. While Apple may have caught in that field, Android still has a huge library of keyboards available to users. What follows is my personal list of favorite Android keyboards. Spoiler Alert: #4 is my personal favorite.

The tale of two keyboards: Which Pixel C typing cover is for you?

Do you need a $ 149 keyboard for this shiny new tablet? Maybe.

The new Pixel C has a couple of keyboard covers available for it. Both are $ 149, and both are currently the only official way to protect the display of the tablet. The good news is that both are pretty capable — and technologically interesting — keyboards. The question is whether you really need one to make the most of the Pixel C as  [Read More…]

Don’t laugh: 10 reasons why physical keyboards on phones still rock

Phones with keyboards might seem old school, but there are still plenty of situations where pushing buttons trumps tapping on glass.

As we recently highlighted in our History of Android series, in the early days of Android it wasn’t uncommon to see a physical keyboard. At that time, BlackBerry was still the number one smartphone maker in the world and the touch-only iPhone was still proving itself, so Android phones like the T-Mobile G1 and original  [Read More…]

BlackBerry’s President of Devices on the Priv, Android, security and keyboards

10 questions with Ron Louks, the man leading the charge behind the Priv by BlackBerry, the company’s first Android handset

Already available for pre-order, the BlackBerry Priv begins shipping on November 6th. For BlackBerry, the launch of this Android-powered slider is a BIG deal. For the first time in the company’s long history of building smartphones, BlackBerry is shipping a device that doesn’t feature a proprietary operating system built in-house. Instead, they have committed to Android, a move that  [Read More…]