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Input Devices | 30th December 2008
Looking for a comfortable keyboard to write long reports on? The KeySonic Intuition XL could be just the thing.
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.
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Derrick Huey | 5th March 2009
Previously simply a design concept, Asus's innovative keyboard PC will soon be on its way to market.
Matthew Fogg | 3rd March 2009
Two mice and keyboards coming from Gigabyte
Derrick Huey | 20th February 2009
OCZ Technology Introduces Alchemy Illuminati Backlit Keyboard Designed for Multimedia Users
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?
Input Devices | 30th August 2008
The Razer Destructor was co-designed, tested and validated by some of the most internationally respected and revered eSports teams. But will it make the grade?
Input Devices | 18th July 2008
We take a look at a totally different gaming keyboard, and see if this abstract design can really aid gamers.
Derrick Huey | 9th January 2009
New products reveal renewed focus on product design and proprietary technologies
Matthew Fogg | 7th January 2009
Logitech have some new gear on the horizon from their high-end G-series peripherals.
Derrick Huey | 7th November 2008
The product page for the third generation of the popular Saitek Eclipse has gone up.
Stuart Boardman | 14th October 2008
Vista64 Support at last for the Neural Impulse Actuator.
Derrick Huey | 9th October 2008
Razer Fuses Aesthetics And Form With Razer Lycosa Mirror Special Edition and Razer Arctosa
Matthew Fogg | 23rd September 2008
Microsofts BlueTrack Mice reportedly track better than expected