From Eye-Tracking Gaming Laptops to Curved 3D-Printed Keyboards

By: Laura McQuarrie - Mar 26, 2016
Edible computer printing paper, gilded desktop monitors and small noiseless computers are just some of the unique ideas in March 2016 computers.

In order to make the experience of using a computer as convenient as using a mobile device, consumers are turning to customizable peripherals. Gamers are gravitating to models like the Roccat Ryos MK FX Mechanical Keyboard, while those invested in maker culture may want to try their hand at creating an ergonomic 3D-printed Dactyl Keyboard.

It's rare for enviable technology to come at an affordable price, so many brands are developing low-cost alternatives to appeal to students and young professionals with limited budgets. For instance, the Samsung Chromebook 3 comes in at a cost of just $200, while Google Fiber is now being introduced as a way to introduce Internet services to low-income households across the United States.