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Why spend hundreds, thousands on a wooden keyboard when there's a sufficient alternative available for the low, low price of $16.99? Granted, the iteration you see above does seem to lack the level of quality exemplified in Hacoa's version, but it's also around $283 cheaper -- not to mention that d

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Just in case Kensington's recent onslaught of mice didn't float your boat, Sony is hoping that one of its colorful SMU-C3 or SMU-M10s will garner a bit more of your attention. The two-color USB C3 is available in white, green, pink, and black color schemes, sports an 800dpi optical sensor, \"wide sc

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Just months after Philips went nuts and introduced a plethora of new input peripherals, Kensington is pulling a similar move by launching its colorful Ci Lifestyle Collection of wireless mice and keyboards. Each device was designed to be as thin as comfortably possible, sport advanced power saving a

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While we doubt a vast majority of you have gone and purchased a wooden PC just yet, a natural tower isn't necessary to enjoy the stained goods that Marubeni Infotec was showing off at Computex. While details concerning pricing, availability, and construction were all but nil, AVing's crew did manag

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In typical Philips fashion, the firm has yet again chosen to unleash a barrage of new gear simultaneously, and this time around its the mice and keyboard lineups getting a few new siblings. Starting us off is the SPM8713 1,600 DPI laser mouse, which was designed on the small side to cater to laptop

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