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Verbatim announced the company's latest computer accessories in the form of the Mini Wireless Slim Keyboard & Mouse, the Wireless Optical Touch Mouse, and the Wireless Mini Travel Mouse. All three of these new accessories feature 2.4GHz performance as well as a leave-in USB Nano receiver. The new Mini Wireless Slim Keyboard & Mouse... Read more...
Genius added the Navigator 905 Vogue to its line of BlueEye wireless mice. This mouse features a 1200 dpi BlueEye optical engine to give you precise tracking. The mouse works on almost any surface and connects to your PC via a Pico USB dongle that uses 2.4GHz RF wireless connectivity. The Navigator 905 Vogue also has a stick-n-go feature the... Read more...
Notebook mice may be handy because of their small size and easy ability to slip into your bag for travel, but they're generally not as comfortable to use as their big brothers. SmartFish is attempting to change this with the launch of the Whirl Mini Notebook Laser Mouse. This mouse builds on the success of the original SmartFish Mouse by delivering... Read more...
Another month, another new gaming mouse. In fact, it's getting hard to keep up with all of the options out there. There are dozens of choices from Razer, Microsoft and Logitech (among others), and now there's one from Tt eSports. This is a Taiwan-based company looking to make a move in a market already saturated, but as always, more competition... Read more...
It had to happen sooner or later, and it's happening today: a solar powered keyboard is now reaching commercial status. Logitech has been known for their innovations in the peripheral market, with the nearly microscopic Unifying USB receiver being the latest. But the company's newest keyboard is likely to be the one that people remember most... Read more...
Asus is mostly known these days for their netbooks, but they still make a fair amount of desktop systems, LCD monitors and other PC peripherals. The accessories that they make are probably least known, but this one is pretty unforgettable. For the most part, a mouse is a mouse, with the occasional Magic Trackpad or Razer Naga making waves... Read more...
It never fails. You think you've spent your last dollar on gaming PC accessories, and then Razer rolls out something else that you just can't resist. The company's newest product is one that you could definitely live without, but the question remains: do you want to? The new Ironclad mouse mat is one of the sleekest, wildest mats we have seen,... Read more...
It's a battle that will probably never end: wired vs. wireless mice. Some gamers swear by wired mice, claiming that they're more accurate and that they won't just die on your mid-game if your batteries run out. Some say that the flexibility of a wireless mouse trumps even that, and that they'd rather never worry about a cord slowing down their... Read more...
We aren't quite living in a world where cords have no place, and while companies like PowerMat are hoping to change that, inductive charging is still in its infancy. But if you're an owner of an Apple Magic Mouse, inductive charging is coming to you. The Magic Mouse, which has a multi-touch surface, has one main... Read more...
Ever had to deal with a mouse problem? Those guys can multiply like no other. And funny enough, so can mice that you move cursors around with. Logitech, who has become a staple in the mouse industry, introduced their first wireless mouse in 1991. Nearly 20 years later, they have shipping 100 million of them. Not bad... Read more...
We're beginning to think that 2010 is the year of new mice. Or should we say, unconventional mice. First was Swiftpoint with their finger-based notebook mouse, and now there's Microsoft with their Arc Touch Mouse. The design on this one is totally new, and even old-school mouse users will probably need a few moments... Read more...
Mice, mice, mice. It's not a pest problem, it's a back to school symptom. With students galore looking for new mice to take to class (and the dorm room), Microsoft is hoping to catch the eye of style-minded students who need a mouse that fits their mood and color patterns. The company is this week taking the wraps off of their Wireless Mobile... Read more...
Looking for a travel mouse, anyone? With the school season in full swing, there's a good chance you'll be needing a mouse to tote around to class, and if you use your notebook as your main workhorse, you certainly don't want to rely solely on the trackpad when back at your dorm room. Genius has a new mousing device... Read more...
It may not look as ground-breaking or as unusual as the Swiftpoint mouse, but SmartFish's ErgoMotion mouse is still one of the most strange looking input peripherals on the market today. And that's the best part: after months of waiting, this device actually is on the open market now. It's designed to be more... Read more...
If you're in need of a new wireless mouse and keyboard, one usual suspect has a new combo to offer. Logitech has just introduced their new Wireless Combo MK520, which bundles a full-size mouse-and-keyboard that features one-touch media controls.   At a glance, the overall design seems rather simple; there's no... Read more...
Logitech revealed three new peripherals targeting gamers. The new Logitech Wireless Gaming Headset G930 provides 7.1 Dolby surround sound. It offers three programmable G-keys as well as a noise-canceling microphone. The Logitech Wireless Gaming Mouse G700 has 13 programmable controls. It also features full-speed... Read more...
Razer has been relatively quiet lately, but that's changing today. The company's latest release is something of a familiar refresh, with the Lachesis keeping its form factor but gaining a new, more powerful sensor. When it comes to high performance mice, it's all about the sensitivity and response time, with snipers... Read more...
The mouse has been "the mouse" for years now. Outside of a few crazy modifications, the mouse has mostly remained the same over the years. Even the mice shipping now with desktops look a lot like the first production mice that were used, and while a scroll wheel and a few extra buttons have been added, the mainstream public has yet to adopt... Read more...
Can your USB keyboard and mouse be trusted? Can anything that you plug into your USB port be trusted? In a word, no. It's something we all should have known by now, but the truth is finally coming out thanks to some new research on the matter. Security experts have known forever that USB flash drives and hard drives... Read more...
Mad Catz has been a prevailing name in the console accessory market for years, offering up affordable third-party solutions (mostly controllers and gamepads) for Xbox 360, PS3, Wii and all the console generations before it. But the crowded PC peripheral market has generally forged ahead without too much input from... Read more...
Can't say we've ever heard of Agama, but it's not like the world doesn't need yet another peripherals and accessories provider, right? Just before the kick-off of CES 2010, Agama has decided to make a pre-Christmas splash in the market with the launch of new mice that feature high-precision sensors tailored for gamers and professionals. The... Read more...
Jelfin unveiled a new type of computer mouse that the company is touting as the first of its kind. This ball-shaped mouse has a gel cover that covers its entire surface area. To use this mouse, users cup their fingers around the ball instead of extending them outward. To back up the need for a newly designed mouse, Jelfin points to a survey... Read more...
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