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  1. Wacom Cintiq 13HD review

    Wacom Cintiq 13HD review

    7  

    The Cintiq's unique selling point has always been the ability to draw onto the screen, and with its 13.3-inch screen and 1080x1920 resolution it's bright and responsive.

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    Canon PIXMA MX455 review

    Canon PIXMA MX455 review

    9  

    At only £60, this Canon multi-function printer is definitely at the value end of the printer foodchain. But does that mean you have to sacrifice quality?

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    Razer Hydra review

    Razer Hydra review

    7  

    If you want motion controls on your PC, then the Razer Hydra may be of interest. But do you want motion controls for your PC games?

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    Razer Electra review

    Razer Electra review

    6  

    Razer's budget Electra offering tests the definition of what is a gaming headset, and (spoiler) not in a good way.

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    Qpad QH-90 review

    Qpad QH-90 review

    9  

    An impressive gaming headset that defies its pricing with excellent build quality and great sound.

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    Corsair Vengeance M65 review

    Corsair Vengeance M65 review

    9  

    Corsair's range of peripherals just gets bigger and bigger, and it's now adding a new raft of updates to its Vengeance line of gaming goodies.

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    Razer Ouroboros review

    Razer Ouroboros review

    6  

    A little variable in its wired and wireless performance, and far too expensive to forgive the problems

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    Mad Catz FREQ 5 review

    Mad Catz FREQ 5 review

    7  

    While the Mad Catz designs polarise opinion, you generally can't argue with the quality of components used, and the FREQ 5 headset boasts a decent technical specification.

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    Mad Catz Strike 5 review

    Mad Catz Strike 5 review

    7  

    This then is the Mad Catz STRIKE 5, the inevitable cheaper little brother to the impressively mad STRIKE 7. Well, I say cheaper, but it isn't cheap.

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    Shogun Bros. Ballista MK-1 review

    Shogun Bros. Ballista MK-1 review

    9  

    You probably don't recognise the name Shogun Bros, but you might have seen its first mouse, the Chameleon. It was the bizarre rodent that could be flipped over and used as a gamepad. Here we have something a little more serious.

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    Razer Deathstalker Ultimate review

    Razer Deathstalker Ultimate review

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    Following hot on the crazy-priced heels of the Mad Catz STRIKE 7 gaming keyboard comes this ultra stylish, ultra techie riposte from peripherals guru Razer.

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