Don't-Miss Input device Stories
Microsoft releases a $49.99 adapter to allow an Xbox One's Kinect sensors to plug into the Xbox One gaming console.
Japan's 16Lab thinks its controller ring's components are a differentiator.
The new Logitech Wireless Mouse M320 goes back to basics, but reinforces right-handed privilege in the process.
They said it was impossible to make a keyboard with Cherry MX switches and full RGB backlighting. With some fancy engineering tricks, Corsair's K70 keyboard proves them wrong.
The catch? It doesn't feature Cherry MX switches. Also, it's awfully expensive.
$20 Oculus Rift mount lets users track their hands and fingers in 3D
Sure, the idea of controlling your PC with a book or dinner plate sounds cool, but the makers of Touch+ say it has some very real productivity benefits.
It works well enough, but does a pricey, niche controller have lasting appeal when we're still searching for a great general VR controller?
Previously sold only with select HP computers, the company's Leap Motion keyboard will be available to buy as a standalone keyboard later this June.
The gestures are designed to replace some more advanced keyboard shortcuts.
Microsoft Research has developed a prototype keyboard that understands basic gestures.
While Intel plans to integrate its RealSense cameras directly into laptops, Microsoft could work with what's already there.
The smartpen maker came to Macworld/iWorld to show off its Livescribe 3 smartpen and tout the third-party apps that now work with the smartpen.
Blue Microphones tells us about the latest audio accessories they've made for the Mac.
A powered-up Kinect for Windows sensor is coming. Surprise! It looks an awful lot like the Xbox One Kinect.