From Touch-Sensitive Keyboards to All-In-One Monitors

By: Laura McQuarrie - Jul 26, 2015
Although machines are often only seen for the sum of their parts, many of the top July 2015 computer ideas show a reinvention of familiar parts and peripherals to help create a better overall experience.

The Synaptics, Moky and customizable Model 01 keyboards all show off tweaks that help to improve the speed up writing time, control and ergonomic comfort. Now that tools for creation and logging information on the go are becoming more convenient, the traditional rectangular keyboard design is quickly being brought up to speed to meet the demands of the modern market.

Examples like the Tab dating browser extension and the customizable web banner service Adieu are making it clear that consumers value control and convenience in computer use, especially as it relates to what they are seeing and how it is being presented to them.