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  1. Kensington Ci75M Wireless Travel Mouse review

    Kensington Ci75M Wireless Travel Mouse review

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    Travel mice: mostly a bit rubbish. If they're not RSI-inducingly small, they track poorly, or have pants battery life. Consider this fellow the very saviour of the sector, then. Some really intelligent design has gone into the Ci75M

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    Sony Wide SMU-C3 review

    Sony Wide SMU-C3 review

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    This strong, wide-format mouse is very comfortable to use, especially if you are migrating away from using a narrow mouse. Its larger size has no bearing on how much power it draws; the low-powered USB slots on an Apple keyboard powered this one

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    Kensington Ci70 Wireless Desktop Set review

    Kensington Ci70 Wireless Desktop Set review

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    When we first saw pictures of the Ci70 Wireless Desktop Set, it looked he perfect keyboard and mouse set for Mac users. In smart silver, it was not only Mac-compatible, but it had a Mac-only [Eject] key and other quick-launch buttons

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    Genius Traveller 915 Laser review

    Genius Traveller 915 Laser review

    7  

    For laptop users needing more speed and control than a touchpad can provide, an external mouse is an essential tool. Providing a fast and portable wireless solution is the Genius Traveller 915 Laser mouse for laptops (£25 inc. VAT).

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    Genius Traveler 915 Laser review

    Genius Traveler 915 Laser review

    7  

    Trackpads and the classic notebook nubbin are fine for the odd dally with your laptop, but if you're travelling around and still need to work then a decent travel mouse is a bit of a necessity.

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    Archos Genius Traveler 355 Laser review

    Archos Genius Traveler 355 Laser review

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    How do you turn the humble mouse in to an innovative, dare we say it - sexy - product? We've had the optical/laser revolution, wireless desk rodents and of course the mousewheel, so where next?

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    Shortboard review

    Shortboard review

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    The Shortboard certainly lives up to its name. By removing the numeric keypad from the side, the keyboard has been made at least four inches shorter than standard models - but this doesn't mean a loss in functionality.

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    Genius Traveller 355 Laser review

    Genius Traveller 355 Laser review

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    Genius has done the impossible with the Traveller 355: brought some innovation back into mouse design. The traditional central scroll wheel is replaced with an optical sensor that responds to movements of your finger.

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    Trust Wireless Presenter TK-3300P review

    Trust Wireless Presenter TK-3300P review

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    Wireless presenters are great when you're addressing a crowd. The freedom to move around and still control your computer means you engage with the audience rather than wrestle with the technology

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    Sony SMU-M10 Travel Mouse review

    Sony SMU-M10 Travel Mouse review

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    We've seen many of these super-slim mice over the years but this one really stands out. It's strong and cunningly designed and doesn't try any Bluetooth or wireless antics, which can so often be a bit fiddly on these small things

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    Genius Traveler 355 Laser review

    Genius Traveler 355 Laser review

    8  

    While Sony's excellent SMU-M10 is a travel mouse that tucks away into the slimmest of spaces, this travel mouse is a bit more cumbersome. It's the same size as a desktop mouse, so you'll need a thick laptop bag

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    Ergo 525 review

    Ergo 525 review

    8  

    The problem I've found with laser mice is that being a person of limited reaction times, the mouse pointer, or targeting reticule in games, moves around faster than my feeble mind can cope with.

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    Ci65m Wireless Notebook Mouse review

    Ci65m Wireless Notebook Mouse review

    9  

    We weren't expecting much from this notebook squeaker. After all, most notebook mice have terrible sensitivity, poor detection on anything but a textured surface, and entirely fail to fit the human hand.

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    3Dconnexion SpaceNavigator Standard review

    3Dconnexion SpaceNavigator Standard review

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    You might be considering one of these scroll knobs if you've been dabbling with animation and 3D design on a Mac. Sadly, if you're into any other type of design then it's not for you

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    ZBoard Merc review

    ZBoard Merc review

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    The most exciting thing about the Zboard is not the bizarre lumpy growth to the left of the board, but the ZEngine software which allows you to remap said lumps to all sorts of exciting functions

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    RotoKiller RTR-720 Mk II review

    RotoKiller RTR-720 Mk II review

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    There are times when innovation is necessary, and times when it isn't. For example, it would be innovative to design a plane with no wings, but a three month crawl to Tokyo doesn't boast the glamour of actually flying

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    Cyber Snipa SWAT review

    Cyber Snipa SWAT review

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    Yes, it's a daft name, and clearly aimed at the 1337 gamrz, but the Cyber Sniper SWAT is actually a superb mouse, provided you're of the right-handed persuasion. Crisp and smooth cursor response is always a winner, and the SWAT has it in spades

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    Razer Tarantula review

    Razer Tarantula review

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    This glossy black luxury deck is the sharp-suited Italian gent of the test. From the mirror-finish black chassis to the softly pulsing blue Razer logo, it's a reet sexy keyboard and, like the Enermax Aurora, and acts as a two-port USB hub

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    PC Line PCL-SK1 review

    PC Line PCL-SK1 review

    5  

    This is as boggo a board as we could find, and boy does it feel cheap. There are no frills to be found here, save for three rubbery buttons for launching apps, and the keys themselves feel horribly plasticky

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    Enermax Aurora review

    Enermax Aurora review

    9  

    This is the very Cylon Interceptor of keyboards. With the main body constructed of gert lush brushed alu (the keys are plastic) this board could decapitate a man at 20 paces, and he wouldn't even notice

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    Microsoft Wireless Comfort Keyboard review

    Microsoft Wireless Comfort Keyboard review

    7  

    If you've been part of the WSAD brigade for a long time, then switching to one of Microsoft's comfort range may come as a bit of a surprise. The first few games of Quake we played involved us fumbling with the oddly shaped keys

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    Logitech G15 review

    Logitech G15 review

    7  

    The G15 had stacks of promise. 18 programmable macro keys, bindable in three modes to give a whopping total of... (takes socks off for hard maths) 54 functions! Probably

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    Logitech G11 review

    Logitech G11 review

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    The G11 is basically the same as the company's G15, but without the LCD panel. It's also roughly £30 cheaper if you shop around. It features the same suite of 56 bindable macro keys, Soho-grade electric blue Lighting, and a 'gaming mode'

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    Hiper Hipercomm review

    Hiper Hipercomm review

    9  

    We wanted to give the Hipercomm top marks, as it's tiny, yet packed with features. However it won't be for everyone, as the cursor keys are kind of squidged up tight, and so take some getting used to

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    Kensington Si750m review

    Kensington Si750m review

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    The Si750m is a compact mouse that slips into a small pocket or pouch but performs like a pointer twice its size. It's tiny, but still practical. The back of the mouse has a compartment that opens up to reveal a battery slot

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