Want a full-size keyboard? Want a larger screen than BlackBerry's Key2 canprovide? Well, check out the Pro 1 from a company called F(x)tec. They've outfitted a QWERTY keyboard on a large, 5.99-inch smartphone.
Apple's latest patent filing shows that the company might be searching for an alternative to the standard keyboard with a morphable glass top layer that can adapt to provide a physical response when typing.
Do you speak Aurebesh? If you're fluent in the official language of the Galactic Empire, Lucasfilm and NovelKeys have partnered to release a set of replacement keycaps for your keyboard that are bound to please any Star Wars fan.
Razer's latest keyboard comes with a minimalist design that will appeal to professionals. But don't let the all-black aesthetics fool you, as the BlackWidow Lite comes with mechanical keys that makes it a great gaming companion.
Dell has been awarded a new patent for laptop keyboard backlighting which could eliminate bleeding around the keycaps and even make it so that you can display multiple colors on single keycaps at the same time.
The Freewrite Traveler is a better looking, more portable device than its somewhat clunky predecessor. Stripped of bells and whistles, the Traveler is aimed squarely at those who are easily distracted.
Could a giant Touch Bar that replaces the MacBook Pro's keyboard help fix Apple's woes when it comes to its keyboard failures? Apple hopes so, and one of its patents calls for a virtual keyboard on a dual-screen laptop.
Apple appears to have a permanent fix in place to address the MacBook Pro's sticky key problem when it announced the 2018 refresh. But the fix won't be coming to the company's older notebooks, leaving existing owners out in the cold.
Apple's quieter third-generation keyboard is exclusive to the 2018 MacBook Pro. This means you shouldn't expect a free keyboard upgrade if you take your older MacBook Pro in for keyboard repairs related to the issue with sticky keys.
Microsoft is working on a new keyboard that will make it easier to type on glass. The software keyboard will be able to recognize pressure and gestures to help speed up your typing, especially when you're entering symbols.
Going from a virtual keyboard to a physical one is a challenge, but if you want the BlackBerry Key2 it's one you'll accept. It's tough at first, but we've got a guide to help you on to typing faster and more comfortably.
Owners of MacBook Pros released since 2016 have been taking to an online petition to try and force Apple to recall their laptops, claiming that a defect with the keyboard design is making many of them unusable after short period. Some users…
Apple's butterfly key design on the MacBook Pro is not only less comfortable to type on, the keyboard also has double the failure rate of older models utilizing a traditional key design. And repairs are also more costly.