Posted on : 10-09-2012 | By : admin | In : laptop tray
Technological development, and the design of the laptop thin there, when Shang Youfan children; of its notebook keyboard design is also slim and stylish keyboard as an important part of the notebook computer main input device. Notebook keyboard directly exposed easy access to the outside, small pieces of debris, easily soiled, the key failure in our day-to-day use, must pay attention to the use and maintenance of the keyboard. following editors together with a common understanding of several simple conventional notebook computer keyboard and maintenance methods.Suggest that laptop accessories manufacturers choose a good keyboard protective film may be effective in reducing the wear of the keyboard, is more important is to avoid dust and debris falling into the keyboard gap; keyboard protective film may affect typing feel, another protective film may affect the notebook cooling; try to elect some in optional protective film when thin, good thermal conductivity.
Notebook keyboard is the most frequently used, most easily soiled parts you clean your hands before using the notebook in order to avoid the oil of the keyboard, avoid hand stains dirty keyboard laptop keyboard is also easy to breed bacteria, for all health , we have better health to the main keyboard.Notebook keyboard is used in most input devices, is inversely proportional to the frequency and intensity of the life of the laptop keyboard and I use many players using a laptop to play games often use a few keys often live longer than other key short in peacetime You must pay attention to the intensity of the keystrokes.
Notebook used for some time inside the keyboard slot has accumulated a lot of dust, this dust, we can use the clean-up camera lens of the high-pressure jet irrigation. If you have not such a professional instrument, also can use the hair dryer blowing dust, but to note Hair dryer blowing must be cold.Do not eat in front of the keyboard or smoking, foreign matter and soot from the cracks in the fall into the keyboard, affect the normal use of drinking water may lead to more serious consequences, generally below the keyboard is a notebook heart – CPU, once the water penetration internal to the host, will directly damage the central processing and notebook motherboard.Keyboard although not as good as other accessories in the notebook accessories as “fragile”, but he did enter our daily frequently used equipment is also very troublesome little damage repair and replacement; there is to take notes of the keyboard design of each model are basically not the same, but discontinued the keyboard replace them more costly; Therefore, keyboard cover supplier still have to use it more the Prevention of Cruelty to.
Posted on : 13-08-2012 | By : admin | In : keyboard covers
A Logitech’s new Bluetooth keyboard, this keyboard name called Ultrathin Keyboard Cover. Perfect integration with the iPad, both the function of the protective shell, and Apple Smart Cover principle. IPad players do not have the Smart Cover in addition to carrying a Bluetooth keyboard, only 327g weight will not bring too much burden. material with metallic finish silver design, and quite match with the bottom of the iPad silver.
To be sure the Logitech this Bluetooth keyboard is the perfect accessory for the iPad 2 and New iPad players, so iPad may like laptops in general As for the desktop, typing job, go out Shiyou both the Smart Cover protective cover only drawback is that if just want to like Smart Cover alone the iPad will not be able to protect the cover flip to the iPad on the back, but must remove the side magnets separated with the iPad, and good re-combination of fairly convenient.
Posted on : 23-07-2012 | By : admin | In : accessories
Microsoft today released its own brand of Tablet accessories the Surface. Standard Edition of the machine is 9.3 mm thick, and weighs 1.5 pounds (675 grams), magnesium alloy casing, 10.6-inch display, one-piece design, Windows 8 system.
Surface will provide RT and Pro two versions: standard RT version of the ARM processor will only run the Metro application, the Pro version will be a full-featured PC with intel processor, you can run all the PC software. Pro version thick 14 mm and weighs 2 lbs. by RT version of the 32G and 64G, 64G and 128G Pro version. the conference did not disclose the price. Microsoft said pricing ARM tablet with ultra-pole this is similar and competitive. RT will be released with the official version and Windows 8 Pro listed in the next three months or so.
Surface has a full-size USB 2.0 port and comes with bracket, rear camera, detachable keyboard (3 mm) and colorful magnetic protective shell touch cover, which makes Surface look like a book. Microsoft also showcased the run on the slabs Office. The previous TabletPC, this machine in addition to finger touch, and also comes with Tablet accessories manufacturers. Microsoft did not give up their development of digital ink technology.
Posted on : 16-07-2012 | By : admin | In : keyboard covers
The quad-core processor + high-performance graphics chip + USB3.0 interface machine on the front of you, and the price is only four thousand something, you would hesitate? Yes, this is from Dell’s latest Spirit more and 14RR Series.
Characteristics of this machine lies in the Llano core AMD four thread processors, the performance almost equal to Intel’s high-end processors and built-in HD6250 graphics chip, the integrated UVD 3.0 hardware decoding, but also allowed in family entertainment in handy.
This series of machines using multi-color design, a variety of colors to choose from, cover with a similar piano paint handling, interior matte coating process, 14-inch LED-backlit screen is also a major feature.
14RR thread Dell, Hongtusanbao flagship store on the second floor, this is really four nuclear power plant is hot, including a model 14RR-927 machine to play the price of 4099 yuan, while the same architecture can only buy Intel dual-core i5 platform products, if you are a valued user of the machine performance and price, this machine is not to be missed.
Posted on : 27-06-2012 | By : admin | In : keyboard covers
Logitech announced a new thin, or as they like to call it ultrathin – everything needs to be “ultra” these days – keyboard case for the iPad in April. Two months later the keyboard case has now gone on sale in the UK.But is the new Ultrathin Keyboard Cover something that you should be coveting, or one to avoid? At £89.99 you don’t want to make a mistake now, do you?Logitech probably didn’t realise this at the time, but the Ultrathin Keyboard Cover now gives iPad users a very similar setup to what Microsoft Surface for Windows RT tablet users will get with the keyboard cover.
The idea is that the cover clips to your iPad and allows you to get to work, typing as you would at your computer, and doubling as a stand at the same time. In the flesh, it’s about the same thickness as the iPad 3 and clips on to the iPad in the same was as Apple’s Smart Cover – using magnets. Like the Smart Cover it won’t protect the back of your iPad, but it will keep the glass nice and safe. Clad in a metal finish, Logitech has done a good job in matching the style of the iPad and at a quick glance you wouldn’t know the two were different. Once the cover is fitted, you end up with something that looks like a baby MacBook Pro.In use the cover is quickly detached, thanks to those magnets, and you are then free to set up the keyboard dock by placing your iPad in the grove that spilts the iPad-sized device in two.
Connected by Bluetooth rather than the dock connector, the groove that the iPad sits in has been designed to hold your iPad vertically or horizontally. That’s really handy if you’re tight for space, or want to be less obvious when typing from your lap. The groove is deep enough for you not to worry about the iPad being unstable and tipping over. It works really well. The keyboard cover suppliers itself is black and glossy and the keys well spaced-out, making it very suitable for typing. One strange aside is that the keyboard letters aren’t printed on to the keys, rather they are stuck on, meaning we were able to feel the transfers as we used the keyboard. We know that’s taking things to the extreme a little bit, but for £90 we wouldn’t have expected Logitech to scrimp. The firm is clearly doing this so it can build one keyboard for all markets and switch around the letters later. Understandable, but still a minor strike for quality. The rest of the build quality is good though.
Posted on : 20-06-2012 | By : admin | In : keyboard covers
Microsoft seems to have gotten the design and form factor right with its new Surface tablet computer. But the user interface, not so much. That’s an odd conclusion to make about a device from a software company that usually lets others do the manufacturing.Still, that’s how I felt after feeling the heft of the device, examining it from all sides and making a few swipes at the screen. The Surface has a touch keyboard cover that feels great and, to me, is a big step forward for tablets. The tablet’s software interface, however, seems non-intuitive and sluggish.Microsoft is clearly straddling the uncomfortable divide between the old world of mice and keyboards, where it dominates, and a future ruled by touch screens, where Apple and Android devices prevail.
Although the Surface won’t go on sale until this fall, I had the chance to spend a few minutes with some devices in a group demonstration after Microsoft unveiled them in Los Angeles on Monday.The removable cover comes across as a takeoff of Apple Inc.’s Smart Cover. Both snap into place perfectly with magnets. But instead of sporting foldable sections, Microsoft’s cover is rigidly flat and has a full keyboard imprinted on it. Microsoft’s cover seems central to the Surface experience, although it’s not clear if it’ll be sold separately. Apple keyboard cover suppliers sells Smart Cover separately starting at $39.The cover is thin — about a tenth of an inch, or 3 millimeters. When covering the screen, its spine covers one edge and its outer fabric makes the whole package feel like a soft book. Where it attaches to the tablet, it’s completely floppy, so it can be whipped around to close over the screen or folded back like a magazine.
The keyboard is imprinted on the inside of the cover, facing the screen. So when you open it, you can lay the cover on a table and use it to type. The letters are separated by little ridges, allowing you to feel around somewhat as you type. I have found that typing doesn’t feel right on the iPad’s glass.The keyboard is covered with synthetic material that feels like a tennis racket handle or a high school running track, but not as grippy.The keys themselves don’t depress as you type. Rather, there are seven layers of metal and other material inside that sense pressure and speed. When the cover is folded open entirely, covering the back, the keys stop being sensitive to touch.
Posted on : 13-06-2012 | By : admin | In : accessories
For gadget nerds like myself, accessorizing that new iPad purchase is more exciting than deciding between the white or black model.I was immediately drawn to Apple’s smart cover with the iPad 2 — the sleekness and auto-wake feature stood out. But for the new iPad accessories, the smart cover is yesterday’s accessory. Apple didn’t release an updated case or cover, so the best bet for the third-generation iPad is to go with a third-party product.I’ve been testing the Logitech Solar Keyboard Folio for a couple of weeks, and I like it, but don’t love it.
As the name suggests, the keyboard is solar-powered and the solar cells on the front cover exude coolness, or at the very least, geekiness. The feature eliminates the need for another power cord and replacement batteries for two years, which is the estimated life-span of the included rechargeable batteries.The solar element aside, which I’ll admit attracted me to the case, the three most important features of a keyboard folio are the protection it offers, the bulk it does or doesn’t add to the tablet and, of course, the keyboard cover suppliers.The folio does a fine job of covering the front and back of the iPad while allowing access to all the ports, so no problems on the first point.
Despite the full protection and physical keyboard, the case doesn’t add too much bulk or weight. It weighs roughly a pound.The folio’s faux leather is attractive, but durability may be an issue. I’ve already seen some exterior marks caused by the knobs that help stand up the iPad when the folio is open.Installing and removing the iPad is a cinch and initial Bluetooth pairing with the keyboard didn’t require a password.The keyboard is roughly 90 percent the size of a standard keyboard. Losing that 10 percent makes a big difference.
When I tested Logitech’s fold-up keyboard for the iPad 2 last year, which features a full-size keyboard, I wrote the review with it. I didn’t even consider doing that with the solar keyboard folio.The smaller keyboard does the job for Web surfing and typing emails, but if you’re looking to use it to write long papers,accessories for iPad suppliers would look elsewhere.Some other noteworthy features: The folio has the auto-wake feature found on Apple’s smart cover; the iPad can stand up in two landscape angles, one designed for writing and the other for viewing videos; when the iPad is in landscape viewing mode, you can bring up the virtual keyboard by tapping the alt-option button on the folio’s keyboard; the physical keyboard doesn’t connect to the iPad when the folio is held open like a book, which enables the use of the on-screen keyboard.
Posted on : 16-05-2012 | By : admin | In : keyboard covers
Logitech’s Ultrathin Keyboard Cover (US$99) has been out for a while, but TUAW didn’t receive a review device until last week. After a weekend of happily pounding on the keyboard and giving this shiny new product a workout, I’m pleased to say that it’s the best iPad keyboard case I’ve reviewed so far.
Logitech appears to have started with a clean sheet of paper when they came up with the design for the Ultrathin Keyboard Cover. While the rest of the teeming mass of accessory manufacturers have pretty much all chosen to take a folio case and throw a keyboard — removable in some cases — into it, Logitech took the unique idea of making the keyboard the case cover.The thin (.31 inch) and light (11.6 ounce) keyboard has a Smart Cover-like hinged magnet on one side. Drag that magnet against the left side of an iPad and it snaps into place. The Ultrathin also has magnets on the right side to turn the iPad 2 or third-generation iPad on or off.
When it comes to Bluetooth keyboard functionality, there’s really only one thing that I’m interested in — the feel of the keyboard. If it has a good feel, good positive feedback, and the keys are spaced properly, I can type quickly. That’s the case with the Ultrathin.With most other keyboard folios and standalone keyboards for iPad, the spacing and placement of the keys is all wrong. Since typing is mainly all muscle memory at work, those other keyboard really throw off my typing until I have used them for a while. I had no such issues with the Ultrathin; it felt so much like my Apple Wireless Keyboard that I was able to type at full speed almost immediately. Kudos to the engineers at Logitech for creating a keyboard with such a perfect touch.As a protective device, the keyboard cover suppliers provides just as much care for the screen on your second- or third-generation iPad as the Smart Cover; possibly more. If you would like for the back of your iPad to be protected as well, you won’t be happy. I tried using one of the many lightweight iPad shells to protect the back and found that it made the iPad too thick to use with the Ultrathin. You might be able to squeak by with a film cover like those made by Zagg. However, there’s one thing missing, and that’s the ability to prop the iPad up in several configurations. I wasn’t used to using my iPad in a “standup” mode similar to that of a laptop screen, but fortunately it didn’t take long for it to me to get used to that configuration.
Posted on : 14-05-2012 | By : admin | In : iPad stands
You’ve probably noticed by now that I love my iPad, and I use it for everything. As each new generation arrives, I’ve passed along our old iPads to iPad stands suppliers. Those family members are usually college students who can hopefully use the iPad to help them with their school work and with taking notes in class. To make taking notes easier, I always give them a keyboard case. I really don’t like using the iPad’s on-screen keyboard, and external Bluetooth keyboards are usually a bit easier to type on. The problem I have with most keyboard cases is that they add a lot of bulk to the svelte iPad. They’re often large folio-style cases that make the iPad hard to hold when you just want to interact with the iPad. I was interested to try the Aluminum Bluetooth Keyboard Case for New iPad and iPad 2 from Cirago. (You’ll notice the review unit I received arrived in packaging that hadn’t been updated to show the new iPad stands, but the item number on the box matches the new item number.) This keyboard can just be popped off when you don’t need to type. Let’s give it a closer look.
The Cirago Bluetooth keyboard case is different from all the other keyboard cases I’ve tried. It’s not a folio case that stays on the iPad; it’s an aluminum cover that snaps over the front of the iPad 2 or new iPad. It protects the screen while you’re carrying the iPad in your bag, but it pops off so you use the iPad without a cover – the way Steve Jobs intended. To fit into the Cirago, the iPad must be caseless. You can’t use a Smart Cover or a back shield. The iPad 2 used in this review did have a ZAGG invisibleShield skin on the back.Also visible in this photo are strips of high-density foam padding that will cushion and protect the iPad’s screen. There’s a strip right at the wrist cutout, another along the top of the keyboard, and one at the back, where the iPad stand folds away for storage.The Cirago has an internal battery that’s charged with the included microUSB cable. (I didn’t find anything on Cirago’s website or on the packaging to specify the type of battery used.) I couldn’t find any information about how many hours of typing you can expect from a charge, but the keyboard will go into sleep mode if it’s left idle for a while.
Posted on : 07-05-2012 | By : admin | In : keyboard covers
Not surprisingly, here at AppAdvice, we do a lot of writing. But while the iPad excels at many different tasks, writing has never been the tablet’s strong suit.I’ve seen many interesting add-on keyboards for the iPad like the ClamCase, ZaggFolio, and Brydge Kickstarter project. But I was always turned off by the compromises that were required – especially on the size and weight fronts. Normally, for any iPad writing sessions, I simply lug around my Apple Wireless Keyboard.
But I was very intrigued when Logitech recently announced its new Ultrathin Keyboard Cover. As the name suggests, the solution promises to combine a Smart Cover experience with a built-in keyboard on the other side to help make iPad productivity that much easier.So, to dive in head first, I’ve been using Logitech’s product the past week for the bulk of my writing (including this review), and have generally liked the experience so far.Overall, the keyboard cover is very thin doesn’t add much weight when attatched to your iPad via a magnetic hinge. The front cover is composed of Apple-inspired silver metal while the keyboard side is a piano-black finish. Past the top of the keyboard is the slot designed for a non-covered iPad in the landscape position.
The slot, which has some rubber lining for protection of your iPad, only allows one angle – about 30 degrees. While I was a little disappointed at first that I couldn’t situate my iPad exactly how I would like, the angle was a nice compromise and hasn’t caused me any problems. My iPad is also held very firmly in place while typing, which is very nice to see.Connection between keyboard and iPad is achieved with Bluetooth. On the right side, there are buttons for pairing, turning the keyboard on and off, and a micro-USB slot for charging. With two hours of use per day, Logitech promises that the rechargable battery will last for around six months before needing recharged.
Managing the keyboard cover suppliers has been a learning experience. The keys are a little smaller than normal, but after spending a little bit of time getting used to typing, it’s easy to navigate.Featuring nice, high-contrast letters and numbers, the comfortable keyboard should look very familiar to any Mac user. Along with the normal three rows of letters and symbols, there is a number/function row on top and a group of function, control, option, and command keys that go along with the space bar on the bottom row.