Art and computer peripherals combine to create the Keyboardio Model 01, a sculptural take on keyboards crafted with natural wood and LEDs.
If you're constantly spilling stuff on your gaming gear, this $60 backlit keyboard may be just the thing.
Check out these keycap sculptures made by South African visual artist and cultural activist Maurice Mbikayi. They represent the artist's thoughts on the impact of technology on Africa and the Earth's dependence on natural resources.
If you are tired of the look of your Apple keyboard, an elegant wooden touch might be the answer.
The Deck 82's burly physical build and durable internal key switches ensure its longevity, and its low price relative to other mechanical keyboards solidifies our recommendation for those looking to upgrade their typing hardware.
Logitech calls its $79 Wireless Solar Keyboard K750 an innovation in typing technology, and after using our evaluation model for a week, we certainly agree.
Mechanical keyboards are gaining popularity in circles that miss the tactility of the original IBM Model M, and Rosewill introduces an inexpensive version in the RK-9000. It doesn't have the bells and whistles of competitors like Das Keyboard, but the Cherry Blue switches, molded keycaps, and simple-yet-durable design make the Rosewill RK-9000 an excellent, affordable product to start your click-clack keyboard addiction.
One of the most common uses for the Apple menu has been to quickly launch utilities, system settings, and programs. Starting with its early implementations in the classic Mac OS, you used it to access the control panel, the calculator, keycaps, and other accessories. With later versions Apple added the ability to launch recent applications and documents--a feature that has carried over to OS X today.
The geeky Das Keyboard is reaching out to Mac and Linux enthusiasts with a new set of keycaps featuring Mac and Linux symbols.
CNET readers write about their most vivid memories of the groundbreaking Macintosh.