Logicool, a Japanese subsidiary of Logitech International, is going to release a slim keyboard cover for iPad Air for 11,000 yen on October 21.
A keyboard is attached to the inside of the case, so just by opening the case, you can use your iPad Air like a notebook PC. When not in use, it works as a case for your iPad Air to protect it from being damaged.
Buffalo is going to release a washable PC keyboard (BSKBU12BK) in late April.
Keyboards, especially in between keys, easily get dirty with dust and food particles. I have had a serious desire to just wash my keyboard with water sometimes in the past, but of course I didn't.
However, Buffalo's new BSKBU12BK keyboard is washable. You can wash it with water or even scrub tough dirt out with water using the accompanying brush. Letters on the keys are carved by laser so that they are not likely to vanish easily.
Logicool is going to start selling the Wireless Mouse Performance Combo MX 800 on February 28, which is a set of a thin, illuminated keyboard and a mouse. By setting the single accompanying receiver to your PC, you can control both the keyboard and mouse.
If you get these separately, the keyboard is ¥11,980 and the mouse is ¥13,800. However, if you buy them together as a set, it will be only ¥17,800.
Links International, Japanese computer peripherals distributer, will release a gaming keyboard CORSAIR Gaming Keyboards Vengeance K65 Compact JP produced by the American computer peripherals production company, Corsair. It will be available for about ¥12,000 on February 8.
It features Cherry MX Red switches built-in, has a full-sized keyboard layout, with big keys, but it is shorter and more compact by not having a ten-key number input.