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postheadericon Veho’s Mimi all-in-one HTPC controller attempts to be a gamepad, looks overwhelming

So you’ve done it. You’ve bought a top-of-the line computer and turned your once-scary basement into the home theater of your dreams. But, since the HTPC is well, a computer, you’re probably still using the age-old mouse and keyboard combo. Veho, a company that once claimed to have the world’s smallest camcorder, recently announced a device called the “Mimi wifi Keyboard & Air Mouse with game controller.” A long name indeed, but suitable considering the number of buttons found on this Xbox 360 gamepad lookalike. It’s got everything you’d expect in an all-in-one computer-controlling unit — including a motion sensor to control the mouse, separate buttons for left- and right-clicking and a range of around 33 feet. The controller is compatible with both Windows and Mac via a USB dongle, but the customizable buttons will only work on a Microsoft machine. If you’re ready to take computing and gaming, along with your dignity, to a whole new level, hit up the source link to drop around 150 bones (£90) for this hybrid gadget.

Veho’s Mimi all-in-one HTPC controller attempts to be a gamepad, looks overwhelming originally appeared on Engadget on Mon, 07 Mar 2011 10:47:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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postheadericon Iogear drops two new wireless keyboards, one with Bluetooth

Iogear has just revealed one wireless keyboard to rule them all, and it’s aptly (albeit not creatively) named the Multi-Link Bluetooth Keyboard with Touchpad, or GKM611B for short. While the device’s name is unwieldy, it does have quite a few slick features, particularly the ability to mate with six separate Bluetooth devices up to 30 feet away, customizable hotkeys, and a relatively svelte curb weight of 1.9 pounds. In the redheaded-stepchild department (though nothing against stepchildren, or redheads for that matter), the company also debuted the new 2.4GHz Wireless Compact Keyboard (aka GKM681R), which we feel safe to say got its moniker courtesy of a diminutive 10.25 x 4.4 x 1-inch profile. In spite of the bantam size, the ‘board packs an optical trackball and 16 dedicated hotkeys. For those in the market for such things, the Bluetooth model goes on sale in late Q1 for $79.95, and the 2.4GHz offering will cost just $59.99, which is quite a bit cheaper than the ouftit’s other compact keyboards.

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Iogear drops two new wireless keyboards, one with Bluetooth originally appeared on Engadget on Wed, 12 Jan 2011 05:16:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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postheadericon Iogear drops two new wireless keyboards, one with Bluetooth

Iogear has just revealed one wireless keyboard to rule them all, and it’s aptly (albeit not creatively) named the Multi-Link Bluetooth Keyboard with Touchpad, or GKM611B for short. While the device’s name is unwieldy, it does have quite a few slick features, particularly the ability to mate with six separate Bluetooth devices up to 30 feet away, customizable hotkeys, and a relatively svelte curb weight of 1.9 pounds. In the redheaded-stepchild department (though nothing against stepchildren, or redheads for that matter), the company also debuted the new 2.4GHz Wireless Compact Keyboard (aka GKM681R), which we feel safe to say got its moniker courtesy of a diminutive 10.25 x 4.4 x 1-inch profile. In spite of the bantam size, the ‘board packs an optical trackball and 16 dedicated hotkeys. For those in the market for such things, the Bluetooth model goes on sale in late Q1 for $79.95, and the 2.4GHz offering will cost just $59.99, which is quite a bit cheaper than the ouftit’s other compact keyboards.

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Iogear drops two new wireless keyboards, one with Bluetooth originally appeared on Engadget on Wed, 12 Jan 2011 05:16:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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