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266 products

  1. Roccat Kova review

    Roccat Kova review

    7  

    Roccat release another gaming mouse, but can it compete against the legendary G9?

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    Apple Magic Mouse review

    Apple Magic Mouse review

    6  

    Multi-touch meets mouse - is this the cleverest mouse yet?

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    Genius G-Pen M609 review

    Genius G-Pen M609 review

    9  

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

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    Roccat Kone review

    Roccat Kone review

    8  

    Roccat's gaming mouse is an all-terrain vehicle

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    Wireless Mobile Mouse 6000 review

    Wireless Mobile Mouse 6000 review

    9  

    If there's an area where the BlueTrack technology, which Microsoft is rolling out across it full range of mice, is really going to see a firm benefit it's in the mobile sector.

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    Microsoft Wireless Mouse 5000 review

    Microsoft Wireless Mouse 5000 review

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    You might recognise this five-button, wireless wonder from Microsoft's latest wireless desktop kit where it's bundled alongside the 2.0 version of its Wireless Keyboard 3000.

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    Logitech G13 Gameboard review

    Logitech G13 Gameboard review

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    Logitech has unveiled the first peripheral of its latest gaming range – with the N13 game pad aiming to put a brand new spin on an old concept and lure gamers away from their keyboards.

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    Macally Turtle review

    Macally Turtle review

    9  

    T he simple pleasure of a good old-fashioned mouse is easy to forget, but the Macally Turtle is a great example of how it doesn’t need to be fancy to be functional.

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    OCZ Neural Impulse Actuator review

    OCZ Neural Impulse Actuator review

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    We have a shining vision of the gaming future. It involves genuinely 3D graphics that are indiscernible from real life, tactile force feedback suits that simulate pressure and temperature and, very importantly, the removal of clunky manual control in favour of the power of thought alone.

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    Saitek Cyborg Keyboard review

    Saitek Cyborg Keyboard review

    8  

    What do you need from a keyboard? Well, obviously keys are a must, with comfortable ergonomics and responsive switches being equally handy. Multi-coloured backlights? Silver-painted WSAD keys? Cursor keys? Touch-sensitive control panel?

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    Microsoft Entertainment Desktop 7000 review

    Microsoft Entertainment Desktop 7000 review

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    Microsoft has clearly thought about the needs of the media PC user when designing this set. It’s made sure that good quality and ease of use are placed alongside great build quality and a host of features.

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    Logitech DiNovo Mini review

    Logitech DiNovo Mini review

    10  

    When choosing a media centre keyboard and mouse, then size is one of the key choices that needs to be addressed. If you don’t want to blot your living room with a full-size keyboard and mouse then the DiNovo Mini is ideal.

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    KeySonic ACK-612 review

    KeySonic ACK-612 review

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    At only £30, the KeySonic ACK-G12 is one of the cheapest and smallest keyboards on the market and has a host of great features that’ll help you master your media PC.

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    Samsung UM10 Optical Mouse review

    Samsung UM10 Optical Mouse review

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    At first appearance, the Samsung UM10 looks a little odd and awkward to use. It’s a small flat mouse with a retractable lead that has a scroll wheel instead of conventional buttons.

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    Razer Lycosa review

    Razer Lycosa review

    8  

    Golly, two Razer products in two months that I actually like. Maybe this Cult of Razer thing is more insidious than I previously gave it credit for, or maybe it’s just because first the Destructor mouse pad and now the Lycosa keyboard are actually well designed, extremely useable PC peripherals.

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    Saitek Cyborg Mouse review

    Saitek Cyborg Mouse review

    9  

    Creating a mouse that stands out from the crowd has got to be a nightmare, especially when lurking in that crowd are the smugly popular G9 from Logitech and Microsoft’s latest Sidewinder.

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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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    Eikon Protector Suite review

    Eikon Protector Suite review

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    This is a biometric security finger swiper that adds protection to your Mac beyond your standard user ID and password. It’s new to Macs, but has been available for PCs for a short while. In fact, it’s so new to Macs that no installer comes in the box.

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