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Microsoft Hides Fingerprint Sensor in Modern Keyboard

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Microsoft Hides Fingerprint Sensor in Modern Keyboard

Microsoft quietly adds a pair of peripherals to its online storefront-- the Modern Keyboard and Modern Mouse, both featuring Bluetooth 4.0 allowing use with any device compatible with the wireless standard.

The Modern Keyboard has a low profile aluminium frame Microsoft claims is "virtually indestructible" while matching the sleek design of the Surface product line. It can be used with either wireless or wired connection, has a built-in battery promising up to 2 months on a single charge, and is compatible with Windows 10, MacOS, iOS and Android devices.

However what makes the Modern Keyboard rather interesting is a fingerprint sensor nestled between the Alt and Ctrl keys. It is compatible with Windows 10 devices, and allows users to unlock their PCs through Windows Hello and a finger press.

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Belkin Intros Thunderbolt 3 Express Dock HD

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Belkin Intros Thunderbolt 3 Express Dock HD

Belkin is the next company to announces another Thunderbolt 3 dock option-- the Thunderbolt 3 Express Dock HD, an aluminium-clad device featuring a slim tapered design.

Designed to match the aesthetic of Apple laptops, the dock offers a range of ports, including x2 Thunderbolt 3 USB-C, x3 USB-A, x1 DisplayPort, x1 ethernet, x1 audio in/out and x1 audio out. It can handle the daisy-chaining of up to 5 Thunderbolt devices, and offers a 170W power adapter to supply power to attached peripherals while charging a notebook with up to 85W of power.

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A Logitech Case for the 10.5-inch iPad Pro

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A Logitech Case for the 10.5-inch iPad Pro

The recently announced 10.5-inch iPad Pro gets a Logitech keyboard case-- the Slim Combo, a combination of hard case, adjustable stand, detachable keyboard and Apple Pencil holder.

The case does not carry a battery, since it sips power directly from the iPad via Smart Connector. Users can fold the keyboard palm rest under to reduce its size (such as during typing on one's lap) or even fold over the entire keyboard to protect the display while on the go.

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Wacom Intros Windows 10, iOS Styluses

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Wacom Intros Windows 10, iOS Styluses

Wacom announces a pair of styluses-- the Bamboo Ink, a Windows Ink stylus designed for writing, and the Bamboo Sketch, a stylus with a swappable fine tip for drawing on an iPhone or iPad.

The Bamboo Ink is optimised for Windows 10 devices, and comes with 3 different nibs (soft, medium, firm) for different feels. It is compatible with many Windows devices, and as previously detailed at the Microsoft Build conference it allows users to fully interact with the Edge browser, strike through words on Word and even annotate a PDF file.

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Logitech Mice for Multi-Computer Use

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Logitech Mice for Multi-Computer Use

Logitech announces a pair of flagship wireless mice-- the MX Master 2S and MX Anywhere 2S, both featuring support for the new Flow software, allowing users to control up to 3 PCs using one mouse.

"One computer used to be enough, but we’ve moved into an era where roughly one in 10 people are working across multiple computers at the same time," the company claims. “Using multiple computers can help you avoid distractions and speed up processor-intensive operations, but working across multiple computers can be a hassle... With Flow and a new MX mouse, you can enhance your productivity-- for instance, copying and pasting files from one computer to another-- helping you become more precise and focused in the multi-computer world.”

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Elgato Intros Thunderbolt 3 Dock

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Elgato Intros Thunderbolt 3 Dock

Elgato announces the Thunderbolt 3 Dock-- a means for customers to add more ports to the 13- and 15-inch MacBook Pro, as well as up to 85W of power to charge the notebook together with displays and accessories.

In total the dock offers three USB 3.0 ports, gigabit ethernet port, two Thunderbolt USB-C ports, DisplayPort with DisplayPort 1.2 support, 3.5mm headphone jack and 3.5mm microphone input jack. It handles either one 5K (5120 x 2880 resolution) display at 60Hz via Thunderbolt 3 port or two 4K (4096 x 2160) displays simultaneously at 60Hz using the DisplayPort and Thunderbolt 3 port.

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Corsair Races Into Gaming Chairs

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Corsair Races Into Gaming Chairs

PC accessory maker Corsair takes on furniture with the T1 Race-- a gaming chair with a design reminiscent of racing chairs, as is typical of gaming chairs of its ilk.

The T1 Race is covered in polyurethane (aka synthetic) leather, with PU leather pillows adding neck and lumbar support. The arm rests can be raised, lowered, shifted and swiveled, while the seat tilts by up to 10 degrees and reclines completely, meaning one can sleep in it.

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Satechi Intros Type-C Pro Hub

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Satechi Intros Type-C Pro Hub

Accessory maker Satechi announces the Type-C Pro Hub-- a means for customers to add 7 more ports to USB-C enabled notebooks such as the 2016 MacBook Pro.

The Pro Hub is similar to the first Satechi Type-C Hub, but adds two Thunderbolt 3 dongles taking up both ports on either side of the latest MacBook Pro. Once plugged into the notebook the hub provides access to a passthrough Thunderbolt 3, USB-C port, HDMI and two USB 3.0 ports, as well as SD and microSD card readers.

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Logitech Puts Romer G Switches in K840 Keyboard

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Logitech Puts Romer G Switches in K840 Keyboard

Logitech announces the K840-- a keyboard promising an "elevated typing experience" through the use of the company's Romer G mechanical switches.

Typically found in the Logitech gamer keyboards, the Romer G switches promise to make the K840 ideal for a "productive environment at home or in the office." Romer G switches claim a lifespan of over 70 million keystrokes and give "near instant" key feedback for improved typing, coding or programming.

 

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