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  1. HP Slim Keyboard review

    HP Slim Keyboard review

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    The HP Slim Keyboard is in the unassuming, dependable and comfortable camp of keyboards, with the bare minimum of features.

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    Krator Neso N4-20U05 review

    Krator Neso N4-20U05 review

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    Just because you've got a small set of speakers, you don't have to put up with tinny, bad quality music.

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    HP Webcam HD 5210 review

    HP Webcam HD 5210 review

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    The HP Webcam HD 5210 isn't a minor purchase, sitting at the higher price end of the webcam market, but are its images really HD?

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    Kodak Hero 7.1 review

    Kodak Hero 7.1 review

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    One of four models in Kodak's Hero line, the Hero 7.1 prints, scans and copies, and has options for wireless printing.

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    SteelSeries Diablo III Headset review

    SteelSeries Diablo III Headset review

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    Continuing the pre-emptive celebrations of a future Diablo 3 launch, SteelSeries has released the Diablo III Headset.

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    Doxie Go review

    Doxie Go review

    6  

    If you're often dealing with documents on the move, Doxie Go is a good mobile scanner, but one that's expensive.

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    Y-Cam Bullet HD review

    Y-Cam Bullet HD review

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    With night vision, weather-proofing and a choice of wireless or Ethernet connections, this camera - unlike its cheaper rivals - can be used indoors or out.

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    Sony DR-GA500 review

    Sony DR-GA500 review

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    Sony's stab at the gaming headset is quite unlike anything we've seen before, with a sci-fi look possibly inspired by the high-tech orbital menus found in computer games.

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    QPAD MK-85 keyboard review

    QPAD MK-85 keyboard review

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    Mechanical switches have fast become a must-have feature for gaming keyboards, and this new board from QPAD isn't left out.

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    Razer Megalodon review

    Razer Megalodon review

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    Subtlety isn't on the agenda for Razer. The Megalodon headset is supplied in a black and green box, packed in a ludicrously large foam-padded case.

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    Reflecta iScan 3600 review

    Reflecta iScan 3600 review

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    The Reflecta iScan 3600 is a small-format film scanner that scans 35mm film negatives and mounted slides, and comes with a free copy of Photoshop Elements.

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    Gigabyte Aivia M8600 review

    Gigabyte Aivia M8600 review

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    The Gigabyte Aivia M8600 Wireless Macro Gaming Mouse has addressed a number of battery concerns for uninterrupted gaming.

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    X-Rite Colormunki Display review

    X-Rite Colormunki Display review

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    The X-Rite Colormunki Display calibrates monitors and projectors, and comes complete with a friendly software package which contains step-by-step guides and video tutorials.

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    Karotz Smart Rabbit review

    Karotz Smart Rabbit review

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    What is the point of the Karotz Smart Rabbit, the internet-connected robotic rabbit? It's a question that we've asked ourselves a number of times during our time with this gadget.

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    SteelSeries Kinzu V2 Pro Edition review

    SteelSeries Kinzu V2 Pro Edition review

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    Out of the gaming mouse triumvirate of the SteelSeries Sensei, Katu and the Kinzu, it is the latter that is designed to be the smallest.

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    Canon imageFORMULA P-215 review

    Canon imageFORMULA P-215 review

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    The Canon imageFORMULA P-215's predecessor, the imageFORMULA P-150M, was a decent portable scanner, but it wasn't without its problems. Can the Canon imageFORMULA P-215 avoid the sins of its father?

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    Logitech Z623 review

    Logitech Z623 review

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    Logitech's Z623 speakers come with George Lucas-approved THX-certification. At £120 the Z623 certainly doesn't come cheap, but does it sound like it's worth all that extra money? The answer is a resounding yes.

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    Sony SRS-DB500 review

    Sony SRS-DB500 review

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    There's no ignoring it - power up the Sony SRS-DB500 and a great ring of blue light pulsates around the multi-jog dial. Any thoughts of subtle ambiance for enjoying films and games goes out of the window - as well as a blinding blue glow.

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    Corsair Vengeance M60 gaming mouse review

    Corsair Vengeance M60 gaming mouse review

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    Even the grouchiest CS:S gamer will be happy with the M60's performance. The jury's still out on whether DPI really makes a huge difference, but the M60's adjustable polling rate, high tracking speed and low-friction PTFE pads make for a noticeably smooth experience.

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    Corsair Vengeance K60 gaming keyboard review

    Corsair Vengeance K60 gaming keyboard review

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    To some, a keyboard is just a place to collect all your biscuit crumbs and errant Golden Virginia while you look at the latest funny cat video, but for the serious gamer it's a vital piece of kit. These people are prepared to spend a bit extra cash for a keyboard that's comfortable, responsive and maybe even boasts a few extra controls – and Corsair wants in on that action.

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    Corsair Vengeance 1300 gaming headset review

    Corsair Vengeance 1300 gaming headset review

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    Our ears heard no distortion even at frankly dangerous volume levels; it appears no dubstep bassline or BF3 tank fight is too much for the Vengeance 1300. Background noise is deftly cut out as soon as you don the cans too, which is great for maxing out immersion levels or gaming near a construction site.

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    Microlab X16 review

    Microlab X16 review

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    Microlab's X16 2.1 speaker system includes customisable low and high tones, but those adjustments are made either through flimsy buttons on the subwoofer or via an infrared remote control.

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