News: Input Devices
Wednesday, 28 Nov 2012
Razer has announced a new, upgraded version of its Orochi mobile gaming mouse. The 2013 Orochi has been outfitted with a 6400 DPI 4G sensor, and also features extended battery life of up to 30 hours of continuous gameplay.
Tuesday, 27 Nov 2012
The Logitech Tablet Keyboard connects wireless to your smart devices via Bluetooth and helps you boost your productivity. The protective case for the product comes in handy when transporting the keyboard and also doubles up as a stand for your tablet.
Monday, 26 Nov 2012
Microsoft has introduced its latest member in the lineup of Windows 8 hardware peripherals. The Sculpt Comfort Keyboard is the first keyboard from Microsoft to feature a split backspace-spacebar key.
Wednesday, 21 Nov 2012
With an upgraded 4G infrared optical sensor (previously 3.5G) for improved precision, the mouse achieves up to 6400dpi resolution without compromising on the natural tracking feel of an optical sensor nor yield the robotic sensation of a comparable laser option.
Monday, 19 Nov 2012
First announced around end July, the Razer Ouroboros is now available at Razerzone for S$199.90.
Tuesday, 30 Oct 2012
With a 10m wireless range, the large 3.5-inch Windows 8 compatible touchpad with multi-touch navigation makes vertical and horizontal scrolling intuitive.
Friday, 26 Oct 2012
On top of the features found in the previous Kone mice, the Roccat Kone XTD and Kone Pure gaming mice are the first mice to feature the new Roccat Titan Wheel as well as the new Roccat Click Master.
Tuesday, 16 Oct 2012
Logitech has introduced a new lineup of products specifically designed to work with the Windows 8 touch interface, including the Logitech Wireless Rechargeable Touchpad T650, Touch Mouse T620, and Zone Touch Mouse T400.
Friday, 5 Oct 2012
Logitech adds another candidate to its lineup of Harmony universal remotes. The plainly-named Harmony Touch will feature a full color 2.4-inch LCD touchscreen with simultaneous controls of up to fifteen home entertainment devices.
Thursday, 20 Sep 2012
Intel is actively developing a palm vein reading technology that it hopes will replace the need for passwords in the future. This technology was recently demonstrated at IDF 2012 by Intel director of security research, Mr. Sridhar Iyengar.