keypads

  • Military-grade keypad used for wearable wrist computing

    Military-grade keypad used for wearable wrist computing

    If you’ve been reading CrunchGear since this past summer, you should probably call a psychiatrist immediately may remember the iKey AK-39 military-grade wrist keyboard, which was basically a small-ish keyboard made for a soldier to wear on his or her wrist in order to manipulate a rugged, portable computer. Well iKey’s got a new keypad now, and it’s an OEM product meant… Read More

  • Wii keypad on July 18th to our friends across the pond

    Wii keypad on July 18th to our friends across the pond

    Lookie! It’s a keypad for the Wii. I could blog all day long from the comfort of my own couch. Problem is, it appears that this £14.99 accessory may only be available in the UK and other parts of Europe. I live in Boston, which is basically Europe Junior except there’s more crime, less charm, and much weaker currency. Oh well. The keypad is made by Logic 3 and will be available… Read More

  • MSN Live Messenger on XBox 360 Tomorrow

    MSN Live Messenger on XBox 360 Tomorrow

    Want to talk to everyone, all the time? Just turn on your 360 and start chatting away. As part of the XBox Spring Update, the 360 will be compatible with Live Messenger and will be able to chat with desktop and mobile Live users. You can use a USB keyboard or the 360 keypad add-on, which is hitting the streets “very soon.” When are you getting it? May 9, baby. Tomorrow. Product Page Read More