Keyboard and mouses made of Bamboo are nothing new, but it is always a welcome surprise to see that companies or resellers like eSupply are still offering such a product in Japan.
The new products are, for the keyboard at least 100% QWERTY and not Japanese Qwerty giving the possibility for anyone to use it and this not only in Japan. While both models are USB, only the mouse is actually available in both wired and wireless version and powered by a battery.
Announced at 4,180 Yen for the Keyboard and 3,180 Yen for the wireless mouse and 2,180 Yen for the wired one, these products available right away via eSupply Website.
Via : eSupply
Mad Catz pushes back on that new normal, re-introducing its R.A.T. line of gaming mice in three new, glossy colors: white, red, and (yes, another) black. That includes the entire R.A.T. line, from the R.A.T.3 to the M.M.O.7 and everything in between. And those new colors are already available from Mad Catz, anxiously awaiting wrapped boxes and new computers equipped with XCOM: Enemy Unknown.
I have to admit it but since I saw teh movie Minority Report I can’t wait on having the chance to control my PC with my fingers as smoothly as in this movie! Sure we are not there yet, but Thanko launched last Friday in Japan a new Air Gesture Mouse that will bring us one step closer to being able to control a PC like the folks (Tom Cruise and other) in this SF movie, Behold Thanko’s Air Glove mouse!
As you have may already figured out, this “Glove” once connected to your PC will work like any other Air mouse available on the the market (including Both Right and Left Clicks) but in a way slicker and cooler design. Compatible Windows, Mac and Android based SmartTV. These gloves comes with a 2.4GHz Wireless USB Dongle, with a 10 to 15m radius range, weight 35g and comes with an internal battery good enough for 12h of usage.
This glove is only available in Japan via Thanko at 4,980Yen or on GeekStuff4U.com.
Via : Thanko