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We spent some hands-off time with two new high-tech Samsung Windows 8 all-in-ones: the kitchen-oriented Series 5, and the Series 7, suited to hand gesture control from across a living room.
Swedish firm Prestige International has announceed that it will soon begin shipments of the Penclic Mouse, a unique peripheral designed to bring together the best aspects of pen and mouse computing to a single device. The Penclic Mouse looks essentially like the name suggests - a pen attached to a flexible joint, sitting on top of a movable mouse
Razer has come a long way since its humble beginnings back in 1998 when it released its first mouse. Now the company develops keyboards, headsets, mousepads, and even motion controllers, all of which were on display at E3 2011.
A recently published Apple patent offers a look at what might become the most magical Cupertino-designed peripheral yet - a mouse with a built-in display to show extra information to users.
The Chameleon X-1, a new combination wireless gaming mouse and gamepad from accessory makers Shogun Bros., puts two popular gaming peripherals together in one unsuspecting form factor.
Razer, known popularly for their gaming peripherals - especially mice - has snapped up the creator of the niche Mouse Bungee in order to help craft their own version.
Logitech is no stranger to gaming peripherals, they've had dedicated gaming keyboards and mice for some time, now. They also provide the stock for Alienware's setup, rebadging their popular G15 keyboard and G9 with alien head logos. The new releases look like some of their best stuff yet; though, as always, you pay for quality.
This year at E3, Razer took the wraps off of a special series of Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty-inspired gaming mice, gaming keyboards and gaming headsets.
MadCatz, known more for their gaming system peripherals than for the products they bring to the PC gaming market, took the wraps off a new line of gaming mice this week - and they look pretty sick.
Being a southpaw myself, I know all too well the agony of mouse selection. Like most people, I've eschewed the expensive ergonomic options available throughout the years and made do with a right-hander like everyone else.
Chalk it up to missing this one at CES, but Mad Catz just announced that their interesting "touchmouse" is now shipping. Using Bluetooth to get the wires out of the way, the touchmouse is a basic, if sleek, mouse. Basic, that is, until you get to where the scroll wheel should be.
Belkin has extensive experience creating accessories for people's digital lives. Keyboards, mice, bags, cases, ergonomics, notebook coolers, add-ons: the list goes on and on. They've recently decided to jump on the impending USB3.0 bandwagon but unfortunately for consumers, their asking price is just this side of ridiculous.
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