Keyboard & Typing News
- You'd be hard-pressed to find a better typing experience than the $39.99 Logitech K380 07 Jul 2020
The K380 for Mac, at just $39.99, brings all the features of the original K380 — easy switching between three devices, punchy keys and two-year battery life. We've been typing away on the K380 for more than a week, so let's dive into our full review.
- Logitech Launches New Keyboard and Mouse Accessories for Macs 07 Jul 2020
Logitech today announced a new mouse and keyboard built for Macs, called the Logitech MX Master 3 and Logitech MX Keys for Mac. These new accessories...
- Logitech Launches The Mouse And Keyboard Apple Should Have Made 07 Jul 2020
Apple still doesn't produce a backlit keyboard for iMacs or Mac Minis. Now Logitech has filled that gap in the market with the Master MX Keys keyboard, made exclusively for Mac. Logitech has also made a deluxe MX Master 3 for Mac mouse to use with the keyboard.
- What is dladla? 07 Jul 2020
In the Windows task manager I found a process dladla. Searching the Internet I found a good site with information about this file. ...
- Keyboard durability could be improved by Mac glass keycaps 06 Jul 2020
An Apple patent application has described how transparent glass keycaps could be used to improve MacBook keyboard durability ...
- MacBook Pro could get this radical glass keyboard upgrade | Tom's Guide 06 Jul 2020
Apple’s next MacBooks could have a much stronger keyboard if the company's latest patent comes to fruition.
- Apple: Apple’s Updated 13-Inch Macbook Pro Has A New Keyboard 07 Jul 2020
Apple is updating its Macbook Pro lineup and we can’t be more excited. This lineup is going to feature some amazing models and it is going to blow your minds off. Also, you’ll get a new keyboard with it. Previously, it was assumed that we were going to have a butterfly keyboard. But now, it […]
- Future MacBooks could get this wild glass keyboard | Laptop Mag 07 Jul 2020
A new patent filing from Apple reveals a unique glass keyboard design that could make its way into future iterations of the company's MacBook laptops.
- HyperX launches a mechanical keyboard with non-edible ‘pudding’ keycaps | PC Gamer 06 Jul 2020
HyperX has added another mechanical keyboard to its peripheral lineup, the Alloy Elite 2, and it is made with "pudding keycaps." That doesn't mean you can eat them in a pinch—they're not actually made of pudding, but a special material that allows the RGB backlighting to really shine. That's good, because typing on pudding doesn't sound the least bit enticing to me.Most keycaps are solid nearly the all the way through, with light spilling out from underneath and through the font etched on the top. In contrast, HyperX's pudding keycaps have translucent sides to allow more light to escape.That said, these are still dual-layer ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) keycaps and not double-shot PBT (polybutylene terephthalate), the latter of which are thicker and more durable (and generally more expensive). HyperX does actually sell standalone pudding keycaps that are PBT, but decided to go with ABS on the Alloy Elite 2.