In doggedly pursuing the work styles of the pencil/pad combination and the typewriter, the reMarkable 2 and Freewrite Traveler offer oases for those avoiding digital distraction.
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At its fall launch event, Amazon may taken its foot on the gas when it comes to injecting Alexa into everyday objects, but the crowdfunding community is intent on keeping Alexa at the ready unless you're ready for a break.
The company is best known for little video boxes even as it drives more of its revenue from powering the broadband experience for big TVs. In tapping both channels, it is setting up for a disruptive attack on home audio.
Earbuds that understand your nods, a mouse controller you can wear, and a keyboard that has the trackpad under the keys are among the gesture-aware devices that have made the crowdfunding rounds.
A baseball-sized desktop, a pocket-friendly trackpad, and an expansive portable monitor are all set to ship in the next months.
This edition of Backed to Business looks at a mechanical keyboard that combines portability with ergonomics, a new smartphone with a best-in-class keyboard, and a tiny cube of a printer that can print on almost anything, even you.
By slapping on a rubbery overlay, this force-sensitive surface can become a QWERTY keyboard, drum pad, media control deck, and more.
The Surface Pro X is Microsoft's best-ever tablet hardware. But touch app stagnation hampers it from making a stronger run at the iPad Pro today and threatens to limit the potential of the Surface Neo next year.
Dual screens have been added to smartphones, tablets, and laptops through the years with some promising advantages. However, beyond a certain portable game console line, none have made the jump to the mainstream.
Dabby mashes up elements of a tablet, Chromecast, and the Echo Cube. But its creators hope that a finely tuned knowledge of content will help it compete against streaming box giants.