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Wireless Rechargeable Touchpad

By: on December 12, 2013
$222.89
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Here's a way to increase the functionality--oh, no, sorry, "unlock the power" of your Windows 8 PC. The Logitech rechargeable touchpad expands upon the standard built-in trackpad both dimensionally with its large, 5.9" x 5.7" glass surface, and operatively with its 13 multi-touch gesture responsiveness.

The touchpad's gestures aim to be simple and intuitive, and its two-fingered horizontal/vertical scrolling capabilities smooth. Point and click anywhere on the pad by dragging your fingers to their desired location and tapping. Or perform one of the following slight sleights of hand:

  • A three-finger upswipe on the touchpad at the Windows 8 start screen to access items such as apps, contacts, and calendar.
  • A single digit L-to-R swipe from the pad's edge to center to switch apps.
  • A single digit R-to-L swipe from the pad's edge to center to go to the charms menu.
  • A single digit top-to-bottom swipe from the pad's edge to center to activate the app menu.
  • A two-finger pinch or spread motion to zoom in and out of photos, web pages, and docs.
  • A tallman drive-and-dig motion to dislodge that crusty boogie you've felt forming since last Tuesday.
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Programmable Mouse Jiggler

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Punchable USB-Connected Enter Key Pillow

$10.90 from Amazon »

Need to blow off some stress? Just hit Enter. Hard. This USB-connected Enter Key Pillow redefines what it means to punch a QWERTY key. In the best, best possible way. Hook the oversized, tetromino-style pillow into a...

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MYO Telekinetic Armband

$199.99 from Amazon »

Well, telekinetic is only part of the story. Is telemusculokinetic a word too? Maybe that's redundant. Remote control muscles? Yeah, let's go with RC muscles. MYO armbands transform muscles--specifically the arm, or as...

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Cube Laser Virtual Keyboard

$88.37 from Amazon »

Fat-fingered iPad and iPhone users rejoice! Celluon's EPIC Laser Virtual Keyboard, a 63-key QWERTY holograph, projects at full size onto any flat surface, lessening the tediousness of mobile texting and emailing, and...

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Bat Levitating Mouse

Bat, a levitating wireless computer mouse, is currently in the research and testing phases for use in preventing and treating carpal tunnel syndrome, a median nerve dysfunction to which many mouse manipulators are susceptible....

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Heatbuff Keyboard Hand Warmer

$71 from Envavo »

Stuck gaming in the basement with nothing but a space heater and the warmth wafting from your CPU? Boss too cheap to tick the thermostat above 68 at the office? Hands so cold you feel like you're typing with the fingers...

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Tap Strap Wearable Bluetooth Keyboard

I-'-D T-A-P T-H-A-T. I'd tap it on the coffee table, the kitchen counter, the passenger seat, the back of my bike....

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Moment Wraparound Smartwatch

$188 from Momentum Labs »

Smartphones are getting bigger...and they're getting smaller. Not that the Moment smartwatch is a fully functional phone per se, but with its wraparound 360-degree touch surface design and full QWERTY keyboard, wearers...

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SilentKeys - The Go-Incognito Keyboard

$143 - $188 from Silent Keys »

SilentKeys launched its Kickstarter campaign today, seeking your funding for your privacy. This plug 'n' play USB keyboard connects to any computer and turns all key strokes and actions you complete while using it incognito....

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orbiTouch Keyless Keyboard & Mouse

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Now this orbiTouch contraption looks easy to use. It's a keyless keyboard and mouse combination that requires no more effort than forgetting everything you've ever learned about the QWERTY layout and reconditioning yourself...

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Evoluent VerticalMouse

$79.99 - $159.31 from Amazon »

Mouse, stop twisting my arm! The Evoluent line of mice has been around for 15 years now, but for those just feeling the onset of wrist and forearm fatigue from too much rolling and clicking, you can maybe put the kibosh...

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AirType Keyless Keyboard

First of all, kudos to the AirType marketing team for making one of the few product promo videos I have not had to fast-forward at least 3 times while watching. Anyone who wants a clever and brief rundown of this swell...