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16 products

  1. Genius G-Pen M609 review

    Genius G-Pen M609 review

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    With the launch of Windows 7, tablets have whole new range of features

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    Genius Traveller 525 review

    Genius Traveller 525 review

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    First the good news; if you’re one of them lefties then this is one of the few new mice you’ll actually be able to use without any of that fascistic right-handed ergonomics. Now the bad news, the Traveller 525 is a bit rubbish.

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    Genius G-Pen F610 review

    Genius G-Pen F610 review

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    The Genius G-Pen F610 is a slim, cheap and large USB tablet. It has pressure levels that compete with the best and even sports the highly useful Hot Key system. For general-purpose use this piece of kit is perfect.

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    Genius Numpad PRO review

    Genius Numpad PRO review

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    Unless you have a 17-inch laptop it is unlikely your machine will have its own numeric keypad, so this external calculator from Genius is a possible replacement.

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    Genius LuxeMate 600 Laser review

    Genius LuxeMate 600 Laser review

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    Genius is damn good at its budget peripherals as well as the more high-end PC playthings. Sadly, this budget wireless set feels rather unpleasant by its usually decent standards.The mouse works fine, if a little over-sensitive, and feels fairly solid and weighty.

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    Genius PenSketch 9x12 review

    Genius PenSketch 9x12 review

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    Traditionally, graphics tablets have always been prohibitively expensive, especially if you want to get some decent features for your money. Things are starting to change though, and you can now pick up entry-level tablets for the price of a new PC game.

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    Genius PenSketch 9x12 review

    Genius PenSketch 9x12 review

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    Graphics tablets are a sound investment for anybody working in the creative industries. It's a particular boon if you're a Photoshop user; the ability to use a pressure-sensitive stylus to create selections in Quick Mask mode, more naturally airbrush out blemishes or just paint onto a canvas can make you more productive, and makes the creative process feel more natural.

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    Genius Traveller 915 Laser review

    Genius Traveller 915 Laser review

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    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

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    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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    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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    Genius Traveler 355 Laser review

    Genius Traveler 355 Laser review

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    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

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    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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    MaxFire Pandora Pro review

    MaxFire Pandora Pro review

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    Sometimes, you've just got to use a joypad, nothing else will do. The keyboard and mouse combo is all very well for your first person shooters, but what about sports sims, retro arcade shooters, and racing games?

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