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  1. 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

    8  

    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

    10  

    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

    7  

    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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    Innovage Jumbo Universal Remote review

    Innovage Jumbo Universal Remote review

    8  

    The main selling point for the Jumbo Universal Remote from Innovage is its distinctive over-sized design. At nearly a foot long, you're unlikely to lose it down the back of the sofa, and the 1in buttons make it ideal for those with impaired vision or dexterity.

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    Microsoft Wireless Racing Wheel review

    Microsoft Wireless Racing Wheel review

    8  

    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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    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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    HP Photosmart C6180 review

    HP Photosmart C6180 review

    9  

    Nowadays, £176 is a lot of money for an inkjet printer but, as a multi-function device, this Photosmart really delivers on all fronts. At its heart, the C6180 has HP's latest generation six-ink printer that relies on separate cartridges for each colour

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    Wacom Bamboo review

    Wacom Bamboo review

    8  

    Wacom has established a reputation as a leader in the graphics tablet field and is now entering into handwriting recognition. The Bamboo is aimed at Windows Vista users

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    Dell 1320c review

    Dell 1320c review

    7  

    With a footprint barely bigger than many A4 inkjet printers, the new 1320c is Dell's smallest colour laser to date.Refreshingly, the 1320c also lacks the hernia-inducing properties of many colour lasers

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    Samson Audio C03U Recording Pak review

    Samson Audio C03U Recording Pak review

    10  

    Everyone's making a podcast these days, and why not? Hosting themonline is cheap, and all the web-building tools we use have easypodcast integration. Even iWeb has a one-click podcasting facility.

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    Canon Selphy CP750 review

    Canon Selphy CP750 review

    5  

    When you have a company like Canon producing cameras as good as the IXUS range, you would bank on its photo printers having some kind of magical gizmology too. But for our money, HP and Epson have always trumped Canon on both print quality and features

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    Sony Wide SMU-C3 review

    Sony Wide SMU-C3 review

    7  

    This strong, wide-format mouse is very comfortable to use, especially if you are migrating away from using a narrow mouse. Its larger size has no bearing on how much power it draws; the low-powered USB slots on an Apple keyboard powered this one

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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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    Genius PenSketch 9x12 review

    Genius PenSketch 9x12 review

    7  

    Graphics tablets are a sound investment for anybody working in the creative industries. It's a particular boon if you're a Photoshop user; the ability to use a pressure-sensitive stylus to create selections in Quick Mask mode, more naturally airbrush out blemishes or just paint onto a canvas can make you more productive, and makes the creative process feel more natural.

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    CardScan Executive V8 review

    CardScan Executive V8 review

    8  

    It probably won't revolutionise the office, but if you're looking for a fast, easy and safe way to store your business card collection, the CardScan Executive V8 is certainly worth considering

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    Sennheiser PC121 review

    Sennheiser PC121 review

    8  

    Designed for internet telephony services such as Skype, the Sennheiser PC121 (£21 inc. VAT) is an affordable and portable audio headset. It's very easy to set up and provides a comfortable over-the-ear design.

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    Sony DPP-FP90 review

    Sony DPP-FP90 review

    6  

    The carrying handle on this tiny dye sublimation printer is quite unnecessary as the bare unit only weighs 1.2kg. However, the sticky-out paper tray and external power brick do rather detract from the slick appearance.

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    HP Photosmart D7160 review

    HP Photosmart D7160 review

    6  

    Inside the smart grey and white casing of the HP Photosmart D7160 there are six inkjet cartridges. In addition to the usual CMYK (cyan, magenta, yellow and black), there are light cyan and light magenta to add to the palette of available colours

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    Epson PictureMate 240 review

    Epson PictureMate 240 review

    6  

    Epson's PictureMate 240 looks similar to the type of kid's bucket you take on the beach to make sandcastles. It comes across as a rugged device that you can use to print 6 x 4-inch postcards while on holiday

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    Canon iP90v review

    Canon iP90v review

    7  

    Canon has played an important role in the development of the mobile printer market, having produced a range of compact devices. The iP90V has a rechargeable battery you can use when you haven't got mains power

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    Brother DCP-330C review

    Brother DCP-330C review

    5  

    Brother doesn't produce a dedicated photo printer, but the DCP-330C is a decent all-in-one that also includes a scanner and fax function. The MFL-Pro Suite software handles scanning and copying duties, but you're on your own when it comes to printing

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    Genius Traveller 915 Laser review

    Genius Traveller 915 Laser review

    7  

    For laptop users needing more speed and control than a touchpad can provide, an external mouse is an essential tool. Providing a fast and portable wireless solution is the Genius Traveller 915 Laser mouse for laptops (£25 inc. VAT).

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    Microsoft Life Chat ZX-6000 review

    Microsoft Life Chat ZX-6000 review

    8  

    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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    Genius Traveler 915 Laser review

    Genius Traveler 915 Laser review

    8  

    Trackpads and the classic notebook nubbin are fine for the odd dally with your laptop, but if you're travelling around and still need to work then a decent travel mouse is a bit of a necessity.

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