Combo Touch HardwareThe Logitech Combo Touch keyboard is a two-piece solution for the Apple iPad. The top consists of a protective shell case that covers all four corners and three sides with a soft TPU bumper material. Openings are present for the Lightning port, speaker, headphone jack, and microphone. Both parts of the case are wrapped in woven fabric and the wrist rests on either side of the trackpad have this same material. … [Read more...] about Logitech Combo Touch keyboard and Pebble i345 mouse hands-on: Enhanced productivity for cheap Apple iPad owners
He mentions how products like the Facebook Workplace platform and Portal video chat devices are changing how his company works today. Down the line, that will inevitably include AR and VR , too. “Right now, VR and AR is a large group within the company, but it’s still somewhat disconnected from the work that most employees are doing on a day-to-day basis. And I think that this could change that sooner,” he added. “So that’s something that I’m particularly excited about.” … [Read more...] about Facebook teases a vision of remote work using augmented and virtual reality
As I noted last year, it doesn't hurt Microsoft's cause that Apple is stumbling badly in the Mac market, criticized for the quality of its keyboards, a lackadaisical approach to design, and a lackadaisical attitude about its professional customers. This year, the run of bad news for would-be Mac owners continues with the news that recent-vintage 15-inch MacBook Pro models are banned from airplanes because of the risk of battery fires. … [Read more...] about Windows 10 after four years: A solid report card, but serious challenges ahead
The iPad Pro Is More Like a Mac Than Ever Before Apple’s marketing for the latest iteration of the iPad Pro marks a turning point in how the company is positioning its high-end tablet. The claim that “your next computer is not a computer” is the first time Apple has referred to the iPad as a “computer” (despite the implications of such a slogan). … [Read more...] about Can You Replace Your Mac with an iPad in 2020?
In size and shape, the Apple Wireless Keyboard makes the previous generation appear ungainly and inelegant, a dated kludge of a keyboard. But keyboards are for typing (that’s why they have keys), and the first thing you notice about the Apple Wireless Keyboard is the lack of keys. You can be sure that Steve Jobs will receive “hundreds” of emails from irate accountants, programmers, and pro tool users over the lack of keypad and associated editing keys. Don’t expect credit at the Apple Store this time. Apple has chosen not only to physically remove the keypad, but there is not even a numlock among the function keys to enable a virtual keypad. Instead, the function keys have new controls and a new layout, one that is matched on the new wired keyboard too. … [Read more...] about Mini-review: Apple Wireless Keyboard