Dell are preparing to launch two new multi-touch PCs. The Inspiron One 19 and Studio 17 laptop are the PC manufacturer's first computers using four-touch multi-touch hardware. Both are able to handle multiple simultaneous touches and gestures, such as pinch,…
Apple users must, I’m sure, get accustomed to the fact that there’s a lot of stuff out there that’s designed for Windows and doesn’t work out of the box on their Macs. Logitech, however, have always been good at supporting the white plastic brigade, and they’ve just released a Mac edition of their diNovo wireless keyboard.
There’s not a whole lot to say about it. It has keys. You type on them. There’s a ‘command’ key instead of a Windows one. It does have one nice feature though – 19 Mac-specific shortcut keys. Instead of the function keys stopping at 12, like on a Windows keyboard, they keep going up to 19.
Spinal Tap references aside, the diNovo wireless keyboard’s a decent bit of kit if you need a keyboard and you’re a Mac user. It costs £70, and it’s available now. Oh, and there’s still no scroll lock.
Logitech DiNovo Keyboard (this is the Windows edition – the Mac one doesn’t seem to be up yet)
Samsung’s gone bankrupt, donncha know? Well why else would they be manufacturing LCD panels using cheap-as-chips soda-lime bottle glass? It can’t produce a crisp, clear image with all those brilliant colours, can it? According to Samsung, it can.
They’ve just shown off a 19″ LCD panel at the FPD International show, and are currently planning to mass produce the…