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  1. Sony Vaio VN-CX1 review

    Sony Vaio VN-CX1 review

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    Well, this is certainly a new one for us; a mini mouse that flips openlike a mobile phone, transforming into a fully functional VoIP handset. Swathed in stylish black and silver, the Vaio VN-CX1 looks every bit the executive desk decoration

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    Gyration Go 2.4Ghz Air Mouse review

    Gyration Go 2.4Ghz Air Mouse review

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    If you're anything like us, you've sat in on a fair few PowerPoint presentations. You may also have noticed a common theme: Dicky Mouse Disorder. DMD occurs, for example, when a Bluetooth optical mouse is used to control a presentation...

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    Logitech Cordless Desktop S 530 review

    Logitech Cordless Desktop S 530 review

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    Logitech hasn't just added the word Mac to its reasonably pricedkeyboard and mouse set; it has also delivered a true Apple-focusedproduct. It has even put an Apple logo on the C key.

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    Razer Pro v1.6 review

    Razer Pro v1.6 review

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    We're not exactly sure where the fashion for neon blue lights on Macperipherals has come from, although we have a sneaking suspicion that it could be overspill from custom car design. The blue strip on the Razer Pro v1.6 is purely decorative

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    Logitech diNovo Cordless Desktop review

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    One thing even the most ardent PC fan has to give to Apple is itsunfailing eye for a cool shape. Its computers wouldn't have been nearlyas successful if they didn't look stylish enough to sit comfortably ina museum of design

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    Logitech G15 Gaming Keyboard review

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    This isn't the first programmable-macro keyboard to come through ourhardware-shaped letterbox, but it's certainly one of the mostinteresting. Out of the box, the G15 features 18 extra keys that can beprogrammed with custom functions

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    Logitech MX 610 Laser Cordless review

    Logitech MX 610 Laser Cordless review

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    The MX 610 is a right-handed mouse contoured for excellent tactility.On the right-hand lip and flank are easy-to-use media control buttons, including a volume control, go-to-email-client selector...

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    Logitech LX7 Cordless Optical review

    Logitech LX7 Cordless Optical review

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    Logitech has a lot of pride riding on its mice. It has broughtdisruptive technology to market in the past, scoring a first with laseroptics in its mice in 2004, for example.

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    Wacom Graphire Bluetooth review

    Wacom Graphire Bluetooth review

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    What's the point of a Bluetooth graphics tablet? Is there any needto do away with wires if you're using the tablet next to your Macanyway?Okay, so Bluetooth does enable you to move the tablet...

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    Macally BT-Micro Bluetooth Mouse review

    Macally BT-Micro Bluetooth Mouse review

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    This tiny mouse is designed for PowerBooks and iBooks with built-inBluetooth - or any OS X Jaguar or later Mac with a Bluetooth adaptor.Macally has decided to take a different approach to many otherperipheral manufacturers...

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    Logitech G5 review

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    From the nylon-braided USB cord to the removable weights tray, everypart of the G5 is beautifully crafted. This 2,000 DPI mouse offers eight sensitivity levels that can be customised and selected on the fly

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    Logitech Harmony H885 review

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    The Harmony H885 has a killer feature in its PC and Mac-compatible USB link. You can hook the remote directly up to your computer and then - using a surprisingly fat online database - download info to the remote for a smooth setup

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    RTI TheaterTouch review

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    As a collection of home cinema equipment grows, keeping control of it using the stock remotes can become a headache. Your equipment might include a DVD player, a DAB radio, plasma screen, processor and amplifier

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    Logitech Cordless Desktop LX 700 review

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    Logitech must think that there should be some correlation between costand the size of the box, with the LX 700 shipping with more clean airthan any other setup here.

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    Lindy Barcode Scanner review

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    As far as the timeline of technology goes, the humble barcode is soancient that it's got whiskers on it. Barcodes are a simple technologyusing printed stripes that are scanned by a basic LED scanner

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    One For All Kameleon 6-in-1 review

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    More immediately impressive than Logitech's effort, the Kameleon 6-in-1 is the latest remote from stalwart One For All. The company has made a real effort to improve the aesthetics of its products over the last two generations...

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    Logitech Harmony H655 review

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    Logitech is a PC peripheral company that acquired Harmony - a reasonably successful remote control specialist. The H655, therefore, still bears the hallmarks of a PC-related product.

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    RTI TheaterTouch universal remote review

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    Where would we be without the humble remote control? Well, we'd be getting up off our lazy arses every five seconds to change the channel, tweak the volume or pause the Sky , that's where

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    One For All 6 Kameleon review

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    The downside to home cinema is you need an octopus to handle all the remotes. Enter One For All's Kameleon controller, complete with funky glow-in-the-dark display (handy when recreating cinema lighting in the home)

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    Remote Solutions Universal remote review

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    Remote Solution's Battery Free Universal Remote is fully charged for seven-days after turning its dial 50 times clockwise the first time around, and 30 times thereafter.

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    Logitech Harmony 655 review

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    This £100 remote enables you to control all your equipment from one zapper. The 655 links up to your computer (Windows 98 and later, and MAC OSX) and the internet in order to set up the remote as quickly as possible

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