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22 products

  1. Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse review

    Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse review

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    The Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse is yet another innovative addition to the long-line of classic designs that the Microsoft Hardware group has blessed the world with over the years.

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    Wireless Mobile Mouse 6000 review

    Wireless Mobile Mouse 6000 review

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    If there's an area where the BlueTrack technology, which Microsoft is rolling out across it full range of mice, is really going to see a firm benefit it's in the mobile sector.

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    Microsoft Wireless Mouse 5000 review

    Microsoft Wireless Mouse 5000 review

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    You might recognise this five-button, wireless wonder from Microsoft's latest wireless desktop kit where it's bundled alongside the 2.0 version of its Wireless Keyboard 3000.

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    Microsoft Entertainment Desktop 7000 review

    Microsoft Entertainment Desktop 7000 review

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    Microsoft has clearly thought about the needs of the media PC user when designing this set. It’s made sure that good quality and ease of use are placed alongside great build quality and a host of features.

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    Wireless Laser Desktop 7000 review

    Wireless Laser Desktop 7000 review

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    Microsoft cops probably more criticism than any other company in the world. People just seem to like moaning about Windows and Office, and let's face it, it's easy to see why. But one thing Microsoft cannot be criticised for is making rubbish peripherals. Because it makes great ones.

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    Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 7000 review

    Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 7000 review

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    The Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 7000 doesn't seem to have the same feel of long-lived solidity as the old Intellimouse. There's something a little too complex about the over-designed ergonomics that forces your hand into a rigid, RSI-inducing claw shape. And if you're a sinister lefty then you can definitely forget about this little rodent.

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    Microsoft Sidewinder Mouse review

    Microsoft Sidewinder Mouse review

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    We were initially worried by the Sidewinder's angular stealth bomber aesthetic - after all, when was the last time you gripped something pointy and thought to yourself, 'Mmm, this is the very pinnacle, the apogee if you will, of comfort.'

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    Microsoft Wireless Racing Wheel review

    Microsoft Wireless Racing Wheel review

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    We wonder if devs are complicit in wearing PC gamers down until they finally accept that using an Xbox 360 pad is a best way to play a PC game - the number of times we've been asked to hit a green B button is greater than the number of cooked evening meals we've enjoyed.

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    Microsoft Life Chat ZX-6000 review

    Microsoft Life Chat ZX-6000 review

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    Yes! You too can chat about life - praise be to Microsoft. What would the world be like without Big Business facilitating communication between us proles? We'd all be shouting at the moon and throwing our faeces around, probably

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    Microsoft Wireless Comfort Keyboard review

    Microsoft Wireless Comfort Keyboard review

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    If you've been part of the WSAD brigade for a long time, then switching to one of Microsoft's comfort range may come as a bit of a surprise. The first few games of Quake we played involved us fumbling with the oddly shaped keys

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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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