apple
People Are Selling the iMac Pro’s Space Grey Accessories for Obscene Amounts on eBay

Are you having a hard time justifying the cost of Apple’s new £5,000+ iMac Pro? If you’re willing to part with the computer’s matching Space Grey-coloured keyboard, mouse, and trackpad, which are only available with the desktop, you could sell them on eBay for obscene amounts and make some of your investment back. Read More >>

lego
Customising a Working Lego Mechanical Keyboard is Incredibly Easy

There are some typing enthusiasts out there who are very, very picky about their keyboards. They’ll go to great lengths to customise every last feature and function so it feels perfect under their fingers. Or, in the case of Lego master builder Jason Allemann, they’ll instead use the world’s most famous plastic bricks to create a truly unique typing experience. Read More >>

keyboards
I Want to Replace My Entire Keyboard With Fidget Spinner Keys

2017 was poised to be one of the most disappointing years in history, filled with a non-stop barrage of depressing developments and defeats. But then, with a last-minute, game-winning buzzer-beater, a company called Hammer revealed a series of replaceable fidget spinner key caps for your keyboard and partially redeemed 2017. Read More >>

computers
Wait, Logitech is Cool Now?

If you’re reading Giz, then chances are that you’re the sort of person who has a box, or boxes, in your house full of old tech. Clunky wired keyboards, speakers from an old desktop PC, and dozens of adaptors, leads and plugs for peripherals that have long been rendered redundant. And the chances are, many of them are made by Logitech. Read More >>

design
These are Keys, For a Keyboard

These matching Shishi and Orochi keys are direct replacements for the boringregular keycaps of any board that uses Cherry MX switches — if you're a mechanical keyboard enthusiast, or even a frequent typist, you'll definitely know what I'm talking about here. If you're theming your keyboard in the first place, you want to put in some effort, right? That's why they're hand-painted, too. Read More >>

keyboards
Logitech Finally Made a Keyboard Worthy of Its Best Mouse

For years, Logitech’s productivity mice have been among the best, with devices like the MX Master 2S helping to bring PC and Mac users together thanks to a cool software solution called, Flow which allows users to use the same mice with multiple computers at once. But for a long time, the company never had a keyboard that could deliver the same sort of style and quality its pointers delivered. Read More >>

keyboards
Key Crazy: Inside The Wonderful World Of Keyboard Fanatics

"Have you met Jacob?" It's the first question they ask me, inside a small meeting room, deep in the heart of Facebook's Menlo Park campus, where keyboard fans from across the Bay Area in California have braved the rain to show off their boutique builds. Many of them have spent thousands of dollars on their board collections, with custom switches and keycaps. Read More >>

mechanical keyboards
Lofree Is The Mechanical Keyboard Of Wannabe Writers’ Dreams

There's something about typing on a mechanical keyboard that gives you a feeling of being a Proper Writer. Whether it's the typewriter-like clickety-clicking or just the general feeling that you're really exercising your fingers, it definitely feels better to write on one. Even if it's just a tweet. Read More >>

keyboards
Logitech’s Compact Gaming Keyboard Is Still Hulkish But a Joy to Use

Esports are big business now. And with millions of dollars wrapped up in prizes and sponsorship, hardware makers are starting to cater to a new category of athlete. But while the resulting gear might be designed with professional gamers in mind, it turns out it can be pretty fantastic for the rest of us too. Read More >>

gaming
You Can Play Now Doom on Your Keyboard

Forget processor speed, storage, memory, screen resolution, and even apps. The real test of a gadget’s worth is whether or not it can run Doom, which means that the Optimus Maximus keyboard, with it’s re-programmable LCD keys, is finally worth dropping £1,200+ on. Read More >>

apple
Apple’s New MacBooks Will Come With E-Ink Keyboards: Report

Apple is reportedly working with on a new keyboard for its laptops that will dynamically change what characters appear on the keys, depending on what apps are being used. That means your MacBook keys could soon transform into emoji on command, thanks to e-ink. Read More >>

battlemodo
The Best Gaming Keyboards

Last week looked at the best gaming mice you can buy, but what's a good gaming mouse without a proper keyboard to go with it? So let's take a look at some of the best keyboards out there, to see which ones deserve your money. Read More >>

design
Picky Typist Builds a Custom Keyboard Out of Concrete

Is there anything worse than having a flimsy, lightweight keyboard sliding all over your desk while you type? Probably a lot of things, but not for Redditor ipee9932cd, who couldn’t find a keyboard case they liked so they went the extra obsessed mile to make their own using rock-solid concrete. Read More >>

security
Crappy Wireless Keyboards Could be Giving up All of Your Secrets

Step away from the wireless keyboard. Researchers have discovered a serious security flaw in eight popular models, allowing hackers up to 100m away to record every single button you hit. Read More >>

security
Millions of Wireless Keyboards Can Let Hackers See What You’re Typing 

A newly discovered set of wireless keyboard vulnerabilities can let hachers take over your keyboard and secretly record what you type. It’s called KeySniffer, and it spells death for millions of wireless, radio-based keyboards. Read More >>