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Input Devices | 14th August 2012
Today we take a look at the Taipan from Razer, a mouse equipped with a mind-blowing sensor.
Input Devices | 13th July 2012
The latest in a long line of CM Storm peripherals is the Trigger keyboard, a mechanical number with macro support.
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Jonathan Smith | 11th July 2007
Samsung will launch the Duo HD BD-UP5000, a dual-format model capable of supporting both HD DVD and BD (Blu-ray Disk) later this year.
Matthew Fogg | 14th June 2007
Razer resurrects an old favourite...
Jonathan Smith | 30th May 2007
Surface takes user involvement with digital media to the next level
Input Devices | 12th March 2012
Fancy all the benefits of a bonkers sensor but don't need all the multi-button frippery? SteelSeries might have just the ticket.
Input Devices | 9th March 2012
If you want all the build quality of the K90, but don't have a need for macros, the K60 should be right up your alley.
Input Devices | 10th February 2012
Today we look at the SRW-S1 from SteelSeries, a wheel designed around motion controls.
Input Devices | 2nd February 2012
If the M90 has too many features for you, then maybe the more standard M60 will be just the ticket.
Input Devices | 23rd January 2012
After branching out into the case world, Corsair are now taking on the peripheral market. How does the K90 stack up?
Matthew Fogg | 22nd May 2007
Russian design studio Art Lebedev opened its online store for pre-orders of the Optimus Maximus LED keyboard.
Matthew Fogg | 27th April 2007
New Exciting Features Such As 2.0 Megapixel Sensor, Precision Lens and Dual Microphones Set the Industry Benchmark for Webcams.
Derrek Huey | 23rd April 2007
Scythe has announced their internal/external card bay reader, the Kama Reader.
Matthew Fogg | 3rd April 2007
Logitech recently has received FCC approval for a new wireless keyboard/mouse combination called "Cordless Desktop Wave".
Matthew Fogg | 2nd April 2007
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group has officially unveiled Bluetooth 2.1, the latest evolution of the Bluetooth spec.
Matthew Fogg | 29th March 2007
We get a sniff of Intels new 45nm architecture after Penryn