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We take a look at the latest creation from Microsoft's hardware division, the Arc Touch Mouse - a mouse that you can snap in half. Before you go around breaking your older mice, read our review to find out more!
The Razer BlackWidow Ultimate Gaming Keyboard uses a mechanical key system with programmable keys and on-the-fly macro recording. It also offers a key actuation force of 50g to ensure that your commands get recognized faster than other keyboards. Read on to find out if you should get one for Christmas.
Things are heating up in the PC market for motion control peripherals like the one used by Nintendo's Wii. RedFox is the next to launch such a peripheral here with the Wizbar, which looks almost like your Wii Remote.
While keyboards are traditionally big and bulky, they are following in the way of PCs, smartphones and laptops - downsizing. The Prolink PCML-5308G Slim Mini Wireless Touchpad Keyboard strikes us as a good example of this growing trend in the tech world.
The SMC CyWee 3D Controller offers the same technology found in the Wiimote and the Wii Motion Plus, opting for a wireless USB connection of CyWee's own design that allows up to four such 3D controllers to be linked at the same time.
In a day and age where practically everyone owns an "i-something", the eGear iWALK is a welcome addition to a growing collection of Apple-ready portable battery chargers. We took the handy gadget for a wild spin, and assessed its capabilities.
Looking to invest in a mouse that can last the length of your frequent short journeys? We put the slim and compact ASUS VENTO MW-96 Wireless Mouse to the test.
Looking to get a keyboard and mouse combination that is liquid-resistant? Well, read on as we put the HP USB PS2 Washable Keyboard & Mouse to the test.
Clinically proven to relieve stress injuries from repetitive usage, the 3M Ergonomic Mouse also challenges common preconceptions of what a mouse should look like. How will this unusually-shaped mouse shape up (no pun intended) under the heavy scrutiny of the HWZ team? Read on to find out.
Think you got superhuman reflexes? 5700 dpi too low for you? How about 6000 dpi? We take PowerLogic's Alien G9 gaming mouse for a spin.