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Input Devices | 10th April 2009
Some of us thought that Razer would never enter the wireless market - but we were wrong. Find out how the Razer Mamba performs inside...
Input Devices | 31st January 2009
Super slim for gamers in a tight space. But is it any good? We find out...
OC3D Articles ›› Input Devices
Peter Stoba | 28th September 2009
Microsoft have come up with a rather snazzy concept for a touch screen keyboard.
Peter Stoba | 24th September 2009
Wacom have announced some rather nice looking multi-touch bamboo graphics tablets.
Peter Stoba | 23rd September 2009
The famous DeathAdder gaming mouse receives a small but useful update. Is it as innocent as it seems?
Peter Stoba | 4th September 2009
Steel Series are introducing two limited edition products based on the upcoming AION MMO.
Input Devices | 1st December 2008
Does a wireless Keyboard and Touchpad Mouse combo for only thirty quid sound too good to be true? We find out.
Input Devices | 28th October 2008
Last month we took a look at OCZ's new Dominatrix Laser Mouse. This month we look at their gaming mouse pad to see how it performs.
Input Devices | 11th October 2008
Under examination today is another addition to OCZ's Gaming peripherals line. Take a look inside to see how the Elixir fairs.
Input Devices | 29th September 2008
OCZ bring us the second in their range of gaming mice. Take a look inside to see how it fairs.
Input Devices | 5th September 2008
With an awesome host of features, can the Razer Lycosa be the ultimate gaming keyboard?
Peter Stoba | 20th August 2009
Razer have decided to produce a mouse aimed at the ever increasing number of MMO players.
Peter Stoba | 9th August 2009
They say the possibilities are endless.
Gaurang Shah | 18th June 2009
Microsoft Hardware today launched a new wireless mouse that has been designed specifically for netbooks.
Peter Kennedy | 29th May 2009
Cherry launch three new XS industrial keyboards.
Peter Kennedy | 27th May 2009
Razer add a new a new gaming surface to their already impressive range, this time an ultrathin surface.
Peter Kennedy | 20th May 2009
Microsoft launch two new Bluetrack mice and a new Wireless keyboard.