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  1. Steel Series Siberia Neckband review

    Steel Series Siberia Neckband review

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    My ears are in love; cocooned as they are in soft, soft foamy cloth, being lovingly caressed by the alternately booming then plinky, twinkly noises emanating from the twin speakers set at a comfortable distance away from my lugs. This is one seriously good gaming headset.

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    Samsung SCX-4500 MFP review

    Samsung SCX-4500 MFP review

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    Looks lovely, doesn’t it? That’s what Samsung is hoping you’ll think as it charges a premium for its new product. Laser printers are available from as little as £50 now.

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    Logitech G9 Laser Mouse review

    Logitech G9 Laser Mouse review

    9  

    Things have been difficult between laser gaming mice and myself. The relationship, while admittedly shaky from the beginning, has grown steadily worse after hours of repeated, simulated death.

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    Creative EP-630 Earphones review

    Creative EP-630 Earphones review

    8  

    These in-ear headphones have been designed for MP3 players, but we found them just as impressive with a laptop.

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    MoGo Mouse X54 review

    MoGo Mouse X54 review

    8  

    This latest design from MoGo can be hidden away in the 54mm ExpressCard slot of your machine.

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    Kworld Snap Music 715 review

    Kworld Snap Music 715 review

    8  

    If you have old vinyl records you want to copy to your laptop or need to hook up a variety of audio peripherals, this handy box is just the thing.

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    Canon PIXMA MP610 review

    Canon PIXMA MP610 review

    10  

    Little short of legendary, Canon has made such a success of its revolutionary five-ink printing system over the past few years that conventional six-ink photo printers have disappeared from the company's product line-up altogether. So what's the big advantage?

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    Linksys Compact Wireless G Internet Video Cam review

    Linksys Compact Wireless G Internet Video Cam review

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    It's easy to be paranoid in this era of data theft, identity theft and, well, bog-standard theft. Linksys hopes to ease your cold sweat with an internet camera that can be accessed and viewed from anywhere in the world

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    Logitech Quickcam Notebook Deluxe review

    Logitech Quickcam Notebook Deluxe review

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    Anyone with a broadband connection will know how video is changing the way we communicate over the Internet. If you're laptop doesn't have a built-in webcam, this is a neat device that clips on to the top of your screen

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    Apple Wireless keyboard review

    Apple Wireless keyboard review

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    Apple's new wireless keyboard is a thing of beauty. It's right up there among our favourite designs to spring from the fertile imaginations of the Apple design team. It took a tantalisingly long time for our order to arrive, but the wait was well worth it

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    Canon PIXMA iP4500 review

    Canon PIXMA iP4500 review

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    Manufacturers appear to be falling over themselves to offer printers as cheap as chips these days. Feature-light budget printers are everywhere to be found, like the Epson D92, which costs just £30 but still arrives with £25 of free ink, or Canon's own iP1800, which also weighs in at £30.

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    Wacom Bamboo Fun small review

    Wacom Bamboo Fun small review

    10  

    Bamboo Fun is an A6-wide version of the Wacom Bamboo tablet and pen we reviewed in more depth in issue 184 (July 2007). It's been slightly remodelled in the Fun version (it now has rounded corners), but the pressure pad and pen are just as sensitive.

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    Pentax DS Mobile 600 review

    Pentax DS Mobile 600 review

    8  

    Pentax's original DS Mobile was focused entirely on delivering the ability to scan documents and pictures on the move. At about the size of a small umbrella, it was unapologetic about putting convenience ahead of ultimate image quality

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    Genius LuxeMate 600 Laser review

    Genius LuxeMate 600 Laser review

    5  

    Genius is damn good at its budget peripherals as well as the more high-end PC playthings. Sadly, this budget wireless set feels rather unpleasant by its usually decent standards.The mouse works fine, if a little over-sensitive, and feels fairly solid and weighty.

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    Epson R360 review

    Epson R360 review

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    This colour inkjet boasts CD printing facilities, a rack of camera card bays and a large colour LCD screen for previewing shots. You can also print from BlueTooth devices, but need to buy a separate dongle to do this

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    Lexmark X4550 Wireless review

    Lexmark X4550 Wireless review

    5  

    The use of wireless LAN has reached mass adoption, so finding the techology in devices that help eliminate the number of wires connected to your home office is always a boon. One look at the Lexmark X4550 all-in-one printer (£60 inc. VAT) and you'll know it's not been made for the mobile market.

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    Genius PenSketch 9x12 review

    Genius PenSketch 9x12 review

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    Traditionally, graphics tablets have always been prohibitively expensive, especially if you want to get some decent features for your money. Things are starting to change though, and you can now pick up entry-level tablets for the price of a new PC game.

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    Meliconi Gumbody Light Digital 6 review

    Meliconi Gumbody Light Digital 6 review

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    Meliconi may not be that well-known a brand here, but it claims to have produced Europe's first universal remote control in 1992. This 6-in-1 controller sits at the lower end of its current range and has a build quality to suit its budget intentions.

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    Apple keyboard 2007 Wireless review

    Apple keyboard 2007 Wireless review

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    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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    Samsung CLX-2160N review

    Samsung CLX-2160N review

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    Colour inkjet multi-functional devices aren't quite ten-a-penny, but the starting price is well under £100 and there are dozens of models to choose from. By comparison, colour laser printers with built-in scanners are scarce

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    Etymotic Research ety8 review

    Etymotic Research ety8 review

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    These weird-looking contraptions are Bluetooth earphones, comprising two earpieces and a transmitter that plugs into the bottom of your iPod. You can pair the 'phones with other Bluetooth devices

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    Epson Stylus D92 review

    Epson Stylus D92 review

    5  

    We all like a bargain and on the surface this seems like a great one. But the cost of a printer needs to be weighed against its running costs. For this model, a new set of inks will set you back around £25

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    Apple keyboard review

    Apple keyboard review

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    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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    Meliconi Gumbody Light Digital 6 review

    Meliconi Gumbody Light Digital 6 review

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    This universal remote is the only zapper on the market that will operate Sky, Sky+ and SkyHD set-top boxes, as well as those from Virgin Media, Freeview and integrated receivers, says its maker, Meliconi. It enables you to operate up to six devices of any brand.

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    Lexmark Z1420 Wireless Printer review

    Lexmark Z1420 Wireless Printer review

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    While many users are used to having their laptops connected to a wireless router, the most common way to add a printer is via a cable to the network. The Lexmark Z1420 (£50 inc. VAT) does away with this by incorporating 802.11g into the printer itself.

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