Tag Archive: Keyboard

Save $25 on the Logitech G213 Prodigy gaming keyboard at Target

The Logitech G213 Prodigy gaming keyboard is down to $ 44.99 at Target. This keyboard usually sells for $ 70, and that’s the price it’s going for at other retailers like Best Buy. Newegg has the next best price at $ 50, but that’s still not quite as good as Target. The deal does come with free shipping, too.

The Logitech G213 Prodigy keyboard is not a mechanical keyboard, but that might appeal to you if you’re not into  [Read More…]

A good mechanical keyboard is the work-from-home product I can’t go without

Here’s why you should switch to a mechanical keyboard if you’re working from home.

I used a mechanical keyboard for the first time nearly a decade ago. It was a barebones office-focused keyboard with Cherry MX Blue switches, and while it wasn’t much to look at, the experience of using a tactile switch immediately drew me into the world of mechanical keyboards.

I went through over a dozen keyboards over the course of the last seven years  [Read More…]

How to change the terrible keyboard on your Samsung Galaxy phone

Let’s be frank: Samsung’s default keyboard on its Galaxy phones is not good. The touch response just seems off. Word and sentence prediction is horrible. It has lots of customization options, and that’s about all it has going for it. Thankfully Android offers everyone the opportunity to choose the keyboard that’s right for them, with zero compromises. When Samsung’s keyboard starts to grate on you to the point where you want something new, here’s how you can switch  [Read More…]

Google Stadia gets 5.1 surround sound and keyboard in browser

Stadia just got even better!

What you need to know Google Stadia is a cloud game streaming service. It’s getting a lot of interesting games in the coming months. It just got 5.1 surround sound, an on-screen keyboard, and more today. You can purchase a Stadia bundle for $ 130 through the Google Store.

Google Stadia is a next-generation cloud game streaming platform that launched late last year. For $ 10 a month — there’s a free  [Read More…]

Google’s new braille keyboard makes typing more accessible on Android

Android is about to get a lot more helpful for the visually impaired.

What you need to know Google has created a new braille keyboard directly integrated into Android. The aim is to make typing on Android easier for people with limited vision and mitigate if not remove entirely the need for external hardware. The keyboard is available now for Android users running Lollipop and above.

Google is making typing on Android more accessible to sight-impaired users  [Read More…]

Using your Chromebook with a monitor, mouse and keyboard


Let’s turn that Chromebook into a bigger work (or fun) station.

One of the most wonderful things about Chromebooks is how simple they are — you don’t have to buy additional accessories to make them work, they just do most of what people want out of the box. But perhaps you have additional needs like using a larger external screen, necessitating having an external keyboard and mouse in the process.

Sound like something you need to do?  [Read More…]

Dear Samsung, please copy Apple’s new iPad Pro keyboard design!

Tablet keyboards suck, and a fresh way might be the right way.

Happy Saturday-ing at home, peeps! Today we’re going to talk about tablets!

It seems like most people on the Android side of tech aren’t really into tablets, not even the ones who run things at Google. I fall into that category, but a big reason why is that they really aren’t that great when you try to get any work done with one. You need  [Read More…]

Satechi’s Backlit Keyboard is one of my new favorite desk accessories

A good keyboard can make or break your productivity throughout the day.

I’ve been working from home for about five years now, and a large portion of that time was spent on the iMac that sat on my desk until just a few months ago, when I sold it in favor of a laptop-and-monitor setup. I stuck with mostly first-party peripherals with my iMac — save for the miserable Magic Mouse that I quickly swapped for a  [Read More…]

How to change the Galaxy S20’s default keyboard to Gboard or SwiftKey

The Galaxy S20 has Samsung’s default keyboard out of the box, but it’s easy to switch to Gboard or another keyboard of your choice. We’re partial to Gboard because of the customization options on offer and the fact that Google Search is baked into the keyboard. Regardless of which keyboard you prefer, here’s how to switch keyboards on your Galaxy S20.

How to change the Galaxy S20’s default keyboard to Gboard or Swiftkey

If you’re looking for a  [Read More…]

The Corsair K83 Wireless Keyboard is for everything — except gaming

The Corsair K83 is a great all-round entertainment keyboard — provided you don’t use it for gaming.

Corsair knows how to make a solid gaming keyboard, and the K95 RGB Platinum continues to be one of the best in the segment. With the K83, it’s doing something different: Corsair is going after the entertainment segment, offering a keyboard that’s designed to be used on the couch.

To that effect, the Corsair K83 has a low-profile design and  [Read More…]