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CoolerMaster Storm QuickFire TK LED Backlit Mechanical Keyboard Review

CoolerMaster Storm QuickFire TK LED Backlit Mechanical Keyboard Review

The Storm QuickFire TK LED Backlit Mechanical Keyboard by CoolerMaster is a great keyboard especially if you are a gamer who needs a smaller, more portable keyboard. Unfortunately I needed a full-sized keyboard, but you can blame the QuickFire for my inability to read.

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Logitech Bluetooth Keyboard for Android Devices Review
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Logitech Bluetooth Keyboard for Android Devices Review

I am a huge fan of the 7″ tablet form factor. Small enough to fit in a back pants pocket, thigh cargo pocket, or a coat hand pocket, smaller tablets like the Nook, Fire, Nexus 7, or Tab are accessible in just about any situation. If you carry a bag or a purse you can […]

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SlideIT Android OS Virtual Keyboard Review

SlideIT Android OS Virtual Keyboard Review

If you can point to letters and spell, the SlideIT swipe style keyboard for Android OS devices may be for you. It’s particularly great for one-handed text input.

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TyprX — Racing for Typists

TyprX — Racing for Typists

I went to visit my mother at work when I was about eleven years old. I waited patiently in front of her desk while she machine-gunned at her typewriter. Clackity clack clack-clack-clackity-clack ka-ching! over and over again. I was impressed and mesmerized by the sound of it. Four years later I registered for a Typing […]

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Typing of the Dead

Typing of the Dead

Thanks to a nod from Configuratrix, I recently played The Typing of the Dead, a typing game built on top of the House of the Dead arcade/console zombie shooter. The original arcade version uses two light guns (one for each player), but in this version you are armed only with a keyboard. Or in my […]

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