Posts tagged keyboard
It has been noticed that with the latest updates for Samsung Galaxy Note, They were trying to push Samsung Keyboard in On-handed Operation as the default keyboard.
Many users were not able to adjust with that, since they got used to the old style already.
Therefore, here in this post we will be showing you how to disable this new feature and go back to the old keyboard.
– Go to Settings
– Go to One-handed operation
– Remove the check box from Samsung Keyboard
– Now you got your old style keyboard back
Also you can check the below video which describe the same steps above in details.
Remember that Omnio WOWKeys keyboard we mentioned back in November — the one that brings full-sized QWERTY functionality to your iPhone or iPod Touch? Well, it’s now available for your consumption. Once you lock your iDevice into the port on the right, it will automatically begin charging and syncing with iTunes. From there, you can start typing text directly into your handheld, or use the keyboard’s twelve hotkeys to control music playback functions, turn off the display, or switch between PC and iPhone mode. You can even use your mobile’s touchscreen as a trackpad for your Mac or PC, though you’ll need an app like Mobile Mouse Pro to do so. Basically, it’s an EeeKeyboard. All told, this kind of synergy will cost you around $100, so if you’re interested, hit the source link for more details, or head past the break for a pretty cringe-inducing video.
e Acer Iconia 6120 isn’t the first dual-screen Windows 7 tablet on the block. The Toshiba Libretto W105 had two 7-inch displays and was about the size and weight of a paperback, but its short battery life and lackluster software doomed that device to collectible status. The Iconia is different. It’s more like a coffee table book, a book that features two large 14-inch displays and innovative touch-enabled software, plus a Core i5 processor. But does this $1,199 tablet-book represent the future of laptops, or is it just a pricey experiment destined to appeal only to early adopters?
Keyboards and mice are so ’99. The interface of the future will be your own body.
Kinect’s “using your body as a controller” feature was one of technology’s big hits last year–not only have users had fun dancing up a storm and racing cars with official Kinect games, but a whole community has emerged to dream up new and inventive ways of hacking the system that tracks 20 joints in your body.
I was looking here and there for a mini keyboard which I can use with both Media Player and PS3. I kept reading a lot of reviews about some of them, and even we mentioned one in one of the posts.
This was till yesterday when I found that Blink is having an offer on the last piece of Logitech diNovo mini, for 22KD only.
Can’t stand the iPad’s virtual keyboard? Well, you could lug around both your iPad and a Bluetooth keyboard, or you could just pony up for the Logitech iPad Keyboard Case ($100). Combining a screen cover with a built-in stand and Bluetooth keyboard, this case will keep your iPad 2’s front glass from becoming a scratched-up wreck, while offering support while you type away on a real-life physical keyboard.