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  1. SteelSeries 6Gv2 review

    SteelSeries 6Gv2 review

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    The keyboard citing multiple key presses as its speciality has gamers in its sights

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    ARCTIC K381 Keyboard review

    ARCTIC K381 Keyboard review

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    The most striking feature of the ARCTIC K381 keyboard is the fact it's so compact, almost like they've simply taken a laptop keyboard and given it a case. Another way of looking at it is that it's a cheap impersonation of the Apple keyboard but at a fraction of the price, with wires and not built quite so well.

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    SteelSeries Shift review

    SteelSeries Shift review

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    Is this shape-shifting keyboard a Shift in the right direction?

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    Cideko Air Keyboard review

    Cideko Air Keyboard review

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    This motion-sensitive keyboard and mouse hybrid aims to tame your media centre

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    Roccat Arvo review

    Roccat Arvo review

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    Can this compact gaming keyboard redeem Roccat's previous efforts?

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    Logitech G13 Gameboard review

    Logitech G13 Gameboard review

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    Logitech has unveiled the first peripheral of its latest gaming range – with the N13 game pad aiming to put a brand new spin on an old concept and lure gamers away from their keyboards.

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    Saitek Cyborg Keyboard review

    Saitek Cyborg Keyboard review

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    What do you need from a keyboard? Well, obviously keys are a must, with comfortable ergonomics and responsive switches being equally handy. Multi-coloured backlights? Silver-painted WSAD keys? Cursor keys? Touch-sensitive control panel?

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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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    Logitech DiNovo Mini review

    Logitech DiNovo Mini review

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    When choosing a media centre keyboard and mouse, then size is one of the key choices that needs to be addressed. If you don’t want to blot your living room with a full-size keyboard and mouse then the DiNovo Mini is ideal.

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    KeySonic ACK-612 review

    KeySonic ACK-612 review

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    At only £30, the KeySonic ACK-G12 is one of the cheapest and smallest keyboards on the market and has a host of great features that’ll help you master your media PC.

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    Razer Lycosa review

    Razer Lycosa review

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    Golly, two Razer products in two months that I actually like. Maybe this Cult of Razer thing is more insidious than I previously gave it credit for, or maybe it’s just because first the Destructor mouse pad and now the Lycosa keyboard are actually well designed, extremely useable PC peripherals.

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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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    Kensington SlimBlade Media Notebook Set review

    Kensington SlimBlade Media Notebook Set review

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    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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    Genius Numpad PRO review

    Genius Numpad PRO review

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    Unless you have a 17-inch laptop it is unlikely your machine will have its own numeric keypad, so this external calculator from Genius is a possible replacement.

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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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    Genius LuxeMate 600 Laser review

    Genius LuxeMate 600 Laser review

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    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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    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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    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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