Science fiction or PC fact? From shipping products to working prototypes, we give you the weirdest, wackiest replacements for mice, keyboards, and displays we've ever seen.
Originally just for Gmail, this handy tool now teaches shortcuts for Microsoft Office and Windows as well.
The CES International Pavilion is full of endless aisles of austere booths that all look alike, but it's home of some of the show's weirdest gadgets.
Available for iOS and now in beta testing for Android, Fleksy's goal is to allow you to type without ever looking at your smartphone device's screen.
Highlights from Roccat’s CES suite include a mechanical keyboard with its own SDK and a nifty smartphone app for remote controlling your PC.
You can rip apart and reassemble the Strike 7 gaming keyboard in a wild number of combinations.
Windows 8's radical changes may be hard to get used to at first, but all the new features and hardware makes shopping for early adoptees a breeze.
If you want to get the most from your desktop or laptop, you’'ll need to look beyond speeds and feeds, and pick the right peripherals.
Newly updated PhraseExpress supports cloud synchronization, meaning your shortcuts can be shared across all your PCs. And it's still free!
This often-overlooked tool can save you a lot of keystrokes, and it takes only seconds to set up.