January 16, 2015
Technology evolves at a really amazing pace. Just recently we experienced the 2015 edition of International CES, from January 6-9 in Las Vegas, where some amazing products were presented, in several different areas like automotive, entertainment, Internet of Things, and so on.
One area of technology, more specifically computer technology, that has not seen that much evolution, at least nothing that we can really call a huge breakthrough, is related to computer peripherals. Still, there a few that are absolutely stunning, and definitely worth having a look to. Let’s meet three of them.
Mad Catz L.Y.N.X. 9
Presented at CES 2015, the Mad Catz L.Y.N.X. 9 is a gamepad developed to work on PCs, smartphones, and even tablets. It works through Bluetooth and can hold a smartphone in a special holder, and can also stretch in order to accommodate a tablet between the controller’s two parts. It has a built-in keyboard, as well.
It is still not available for sale, but pre-orders can be made through the Mad Catz’s website.
Visenta Foldable Wireless Mouse
Today, portability and mobility are very important to the consumer whowants small objects to carry around. Chromebooks are an example of that, so people want peripherals matching those levels of portability. And this is where the Visenta Foldable Wireless Mouse comes in handy – almost literally.
It is a nifty mouse that is flat in its original state. The bottom part is flexible and is to be folded underneath the top part, in order to obtain a regular (more regular, at least) mouse shape. It resembles the latest version of Microsoft’s Arc Touch Mouse.
With a design like this, the Visenta Foldable Wireless Mouse can easily be flattened when needed, so that it takes up less space in your bag.
Do you have a wireless keyboard that keeps running out of battery in the most inconvenient times? Make that a thing of the past, at least if you get a Logitech K750. This is a wireless keyboard powered by solar cells, perfect to use in every situation.
Being only 1/3-inch thick, this solar-powered keyboard is also mobility-friendly, and the concave shape of its keys makes it truly ergonomic.
What are some others computer peripherals that you love? Let us know in the comments.
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