The CES Files: Brydge Chrome Desktop

Credit: Fergus Halliday | IDG

While our coverage of this year's CES in Las Vegas was pretty comprehensive when it came to the big name announcements like LG's rollable OLED R TV, there was plenty of smaller, more-niche gadgets and gizmos that we didn't have time to spotlight during the show itself and got a little buried in the noise of the world's biggest consumer electronics tradeshow.

We're taking a moment to appreciate and highlight each of these products up in a new recurring feature called The CES Files, which we'll be running over the next month or so. Without any further hustle, here's the first installment.

While Brydge's previously-announced G-Type keyboard for the Google Slate has still yet to be confirmed for the Australian market, the company are throwing a bone to existing Chrome OS users in the form of their new Chrome Desktop keyboard.

Credit: Brydge

A sleek and ergonomic accessory, the Brydge Chrome TYPE keyboard features both Bluetooth 4.1 and USB Type-C connectivity, a dedicated Google Assistant key and six-month battery life. The minimalist keyboard also comes paired with a wireless trackpad that supports multi-touch input.

Brydge don't yet have official pricing and availability for this one but they're invite potential customers to sign up on their website for further details in the meantime.

You can read our The CES Files articles here, here, here and here.


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