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9 products

  1. Apple Magic Mouse review

    Apple Magic Mouse review

    6  

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

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    Apple in-ear earphones with remote and mic review

    Apple in-ear earphones with remote and mic review

    6  

    If the iPhone has an Achilles' heel when it comes to music and movie playback, it's that the stock earbuds don't really do either justice. They're too reedy and harsh for that. It makes sense then to upgrade the standard cans as quickly as possible, which is where the Apple in-ear earphone with remotes and mic come in.

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    Apple keyboard 2007 Wireless review

    Apple keyboard 2007 Wireless review

    10  

    Continuing Apple's shift away from white plastic, the new Apple keyboard is now a super-slim aluminium board. In a nutshell, Apple has nicked the keys from its MacBook laptop, embedded them into a 0.4 cm thick aluminium tray and added in a few function keys to make the keyboard.

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    Apple keyboard review

    Apple keyboard review

    8  

    Apple has finally done away with its chunky old keyboard and replaced it with this super-slim aluminium upgrade. The new board comes bundled with all iMacs and Mac Pros, is available independently, and a wireless version should be available in the UK soon

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    Apple Mac Mini 1.42 GHz review

    Apple Mac Mini 1.42 GHz review

    10  

    As a home computer for the keen digital photographer, the Mac Mini ishard to fault, and it certainly falls into the 'accessory' category at this price (less than a top-flight compact camera)

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    Apple Bluetooth Mighty Mouse review

    Apple Bluetooth Mighty Mouse review

    9  

    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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