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268 products

  1. 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

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    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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    Interlink ExpressCard Media Remote VP6600 review

    Interlink ExpressCard Media Remote VP6600 review

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    If you have Media Center on your laptop but haven't got a remote, you may wish to add one. This ExpressCard/54 adapter does just that. It uses the port to charge the internal battery but it's also a tidy way to store the card away when not required...

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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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    Hercules T-Mini Standard review

    Hercules T-Mini Standard review

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    With the PC's resolutely stealth-free lope towards the living room continuing, joypads have become more relevant than ever for PC gaming. Even your humble reviewer currently has his rig installed next to the LCD TV

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    Hercules Tunes Explorer review

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    With Apple's iTunes software synonymous with MP3 music files, the Hercules Tunes Explorer Wireless (£41 inc. VAT) is a hand-sized remote control for navigating and controlling your music collection without sitting in front of your laptop

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    Optimus Mini Three Keyboard review

    Optimus Mini Three Keyboard review

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    The Optimus Mini Three Keyboard (£130 inc. VAT) uses customisable hotkeys to make software access easier than ever. Quick to set up, it's ideal for controlling your favourite programs using its full-colour animated buttons

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    Hercules Tunes Explorer Wireless review

    Hercules Tunes Explorer Wireless review

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    The Hercules Tunes Explorer Wireless creates its own wireless connection to your Mac using a USB receiver and acts as a remote control for iTunes. It differs from other remotes by having a small (but useful) screen...

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    Logitech NuLOOQ review

    Logitech NuLOOQ review

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    Specialist input devices like graphics tablets, 3D mice and scrollwheels all have their fans, but each tends to suit one type of application over any other. In contrast to this is the NuLOOQ navigator...

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    Apple Wireless Mighty Mouse review

    Apple Wireless Mighty Mouse review

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    You'll remember the tale of the three blind mice. The farmer's wife cut off their tails with a carving knife. Well, it seems that the cold-hearted vixen is at it again, as here before us is yet another tail-less mouse.

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    Logitech MX518 review

    Logitech MX518 review

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    Logitech mice are becoming the epitome of the 'if it ain't broke'philosophy towards hardware design. This must be the 422nd mouse we'veseen with the same smooth, curved chassis.

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    Wacom Graphire4 Classic White Edition review

    Wacom Graphire4 Classic White Edition review

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    Wacom is pretty much your only choice when it comes to graphics tablets for your Mac, but luckily its products are always top notch. Here it's introduced a new entry-level tablet, the Graphire4.

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    Matias 0S X Keyboard review

    Matias 0S X Keyboard review

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    Take this keyboard out of its box and you'll instantly dismiss it as a bit of a lightweight. It's true that this Canadian-designed keyboard won't win any prizes in a beauty contest or even an award for good value

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    Microsoft Natural Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 review

    Microsoft Natural Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 review

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    Microsoft's latest squeaker looks like a mis-shapen potato and, despite claims that it feels as comfortable as a handshake, we'd be inclined to say that shaking hands with Mike Tyson would be better.

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    Macally iLaser USB Mouse review

    Macally iLaser USB Mouse review

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    Macally is great at producing cheap, no-frills Mac peripherals that are pedestrian to look at but work well and can be relied on. This latest mouse is no exception. It's lightweight, has five programmable buttons including the scroll wheel...

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    Saitek AV8R Joystick review

    Saitek AV8R Joystick review

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    It was only a few issues ago that we were lamenting the lack of good PC joysticks (PCF192) and look what should arrive but an affordable, chunky flight stick from long-time waggle-tech supremo Saitek.

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    Apple Bluetooth Mighty Mouse review

    Apple Bluetooth Mighty Mouse review

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    It's easy to spot Apple zealots in a crowd. They're the ones smashing the right edges of their mice in a vain attempt to get them to register a single right-click. The Mighty Mouse's buttonless design was lauded by all who saw it...

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    Fang gamepad review

    Fang gamepad review

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    The Fang, powered by the same FPS-bothering technology, is the Zboard's one-handed little brother, but we're struggling to tell if it's more than just a gimmick.

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    Wacom Intuos 3 A6 Wide review

    Wacom Intuos 3 A6 Wide review

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    Nobody seems to be trying too hard to displace Wacom from the top of the tablet market. We can't blame other tech producers - it's not a fight we would choose, either. After all, Wacom does such a good job

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    ZBoard Merc review

    ZBoard Merc review

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    Who buys these gaming keyboards? The new ZBoard Merc hopes to winapproval with a combination of interesing ergonomic design, rather thanpure WSAD mimicry, and there's also the coveted ZEngine software, whichallows you to design preset key-templates.

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    Sony Vaio VN-CX1 review

     

    Novelty. It's a wonderful thing. Take this USB optical mouse-cum-Skypephone; what a great idea! But given the fact that novelty wears off, there's a limit to how much we're prepared to pay for such items.

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    Enermax Aurora review

    Enermax Aurora review

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    Whatever happened to the old luxury keyboard? There's the odd Microsoftor Logitech option, but these tend to be pretty pricey and often noless plasticky than cheaper offerings we could mention.

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    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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