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  1. Kensington SlimBlade Media Notebook Set review

    Kensington SlimBlade Media Notebook Set review

    5  

    Simply in terms of the idea, I like the thought of a modular keyboard, especially if you're talking media centre-style. Having a full keyboard with a removable number pad and media remote would be very handy. Sometimes you don't need the extra buttons and sometimes you do - see, handy.

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    Kensington Ci75M Wireless Travel Mouse review

    Kensington Ci75M Wireless Travel Mouse review

    9  

    Travel mice: mostly a bit rubbish. If they're not RSI-inducingly small, they track poorly, or have pants battery life. Consider this fellow the very saviour of the sector, then. Some really intelligent design has gone into the Ci75M

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    Kensington Ci70 Wireless Desktop Set review

    Kensington Ci70 Wireless Desktop Set review

    4  

    When we first saw pictures of the Ci70 Wireless Desktop Set, it looked he perfect keyboard and mouse set for Mac users. In smart silver, it was not only Mac-compatible, but it had a Mac-only [Eject] key and other quick-launch buttons

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    Ci65m Wireless Notebook Mouse review

    Ci65m Wireless Notebook Mouse review

    9  

    We weren't expecting much from this notebook squeaker. After all, most notebook mice have terrible sensitivity, poor detection on anything but a textured surface, and entirely fail to fit the human hand.

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    Kensington Si750m review

    Kensington Si750m review

    10  

    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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