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  1. Blue Microphones Yeti review

    Blue Microphones Yeti review

    10  

    A high-quality stereo microphone for the podcasting generation, but with retro charm

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    Mionix Naos 3200 review

    Mionix Naos 3200 review

    8  

    Can this cheaper gaming mouse from Mionix compare to the well specced Naos 5000?

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    Sennheiser PC 333D review

    Sennheiser PC 333D review

    6  

    Whenever we plug in a new headset to review here on TechRadar, we inevitably end up using Sennheiser's PC 350 or PC 161 as one of the key comparisons for what a high-end set of headphones designed for gaming should sound like. This much-loved pair are getting on a bit now, though, and a complete range refresh from Sennheiser just arrived in the office. Will our well-used reference kit finally get put to one side?

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    Corsair HS1 review

    Corsair HS1 review

    8  

    If you're familiar with Corsair, it'll be because you're the type of person that likes to open up their PC and fiddle. A well-respected brand for memory, power supplies, solid state hard drives and USB keys, Corsair isn't a name that you'd normally associate with audio.

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    HP Photosmart Plus eAll-in-One review

    HP Photosmart Plus eAll-in-One review

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    Wi-Fi is the way to go for home printing convenience, enabling you to output documents from any desktop computers or laptops around the home. But what happens when you're stuck at the office or out on the road and you want to print something out back at home? HP's new e-All-in-One series of printers feature a crafty ePrint system, which enables you to send emails direct to the printer itself, after which it will automatically create prints from any attachments that you've added.

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    Epson BX305FW review

    Epson BX305FW review

    6  

    Inkjet printers have a sloppy reputation for business printing. Run a highlighter pen over an important phrase of text and you're likely to end up with a smudgy mess. A few raindrops can make ink-printed envelopes almost unintelligible. Colour laser printers make a viable alternative but they tend to be big, heavy and expensive, so what's the answer? Epson bridges the gap between regular inkjet and laser printing with its resin-based DURABrite Ultra inks, which are practically dry by the time they hit the paper and are remarkably resistant to water, smudging and fading.

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    Canon PIXMA MP495 review

    Canon PIXMA MP495 review

    6  

    The word 'printer' seems too humble for most of the all-in-one devices currently on the market, which sprout full-colour LCD menu and photo preview screens, memory card slots aplenty and high-resolution scanners for photocopying. But what if you just want a straightforward Wi-Fi printer/scanner that you can use from all over, without all the extra bells and whistles? The new Canon MP495 might be just what you're looking for.

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    Canon PIXMA MG5150 review

    Canon PIXMA MG5150 review

    8  

    Though it's the least expensive of Canon's new generation of 'MG' all-in-one printers, the MG5150 still serves up a feast of features.

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    Canon PIXMA MG6150 review

    Canon PIXMA MG6150 review

    10  

    A multifunction printer with no real weaknesses

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    Lexmark Interpret S405 review

    Lexmark Interpret S405 review

    7  

    For all your home office requirements, the S405 makes good business sense

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    M-Audio Axiom 49 keyboard review

    M-Audio Axiom 49 keyboard review

    8  

    With sleek looks, more controls and 'DirectLink' with your software, does the Axiom rock hard?

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    Lexmark Interact S605 review

    Lexmark Interact S605 review

    8  

    Lexmark used to give inkjet printing a bad name, serving up cheap, flimsy models that only ran for a few days on their 'installation' cartridges before needing replacements, which would often cost more than the original purchase price of the printer itself. The S605 represents a major rethink, ditching the tri-colour cartridges originally favoured by Lexmark and ushering in a single print head unit, fed by individually replaceable ink tanks .

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    HP Photosmart Premium C309G review

    HP Photosmart Premium C309G review

    8  

    HP pretty much invented desktop colour inkjet printing, launching its first DeskJet 500C model onto the market all the way back in 1991. For most of the time since then, HP has stuck rigidly to its dual black and tri-colour cartridge configuration, usually enabling you to swap out the black cartridge for an optional tri-colour 'photo' cartridge, boosting the ink range for six-colour photo printing.

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    Epson Stylus Photo PX710W review

    Epson Stylus Photo PX710W review

    7  

    Epson has always bucked the inkjet printing trend, using cool-running piezo-electric print heads to get the ink onto the paper, instead of boiling it in the conventional thermal fashion. The company claims this gives greater freedom when it comes to formulating inks, as the consideration of a rapid boiling and cooling cycle is taken out of the equation.

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    Canon PIXMA MP640 review

    Canon PIXMA MP640 review

    9  

    It's a fair few years now since Canon launched its ground-breaking five-ink printing system, featuring dye-based cyan, magenta, yellow and black inks, as well as a secondary pigment-based black ink in the line-up.

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