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XTracGear Mouse Surfaces Review

XTracGear has mouse surfaces of all sizes for users needing precision and smooth operation.
September 25th, 2014

IOGEAR KeyMander Controller Emulator Review

With the KeyMander using a keyboard and mouse on PS3, Xbox 360, and Xbox One doesn't get any better.
May 1st, 2014

Tt eSPORTS Battle Dragon Bag Review

Stylish, roomy, and ready for battle.
December 12th, 2013

ROCCAT Tusko Widescreen Monitor Bag Review

It's a monitor bag, but not really a bag...
December 9th, 2013

ROCCAT Raivo Gaming Mousepad Review

It's stylish and impressively rigid, with one significant shortcoming.
November 19th, 2013

ROCCAT Hiro Gaming Mouse Pad Review

The ROCCAT Hiro is a premium gaming mouse pad boasting many premium features (and pricing).
May 13th, 2013

ROCCAT Apuri Hybrid USB Hub & Mouse Bungie Review

This scorpion-like peripheral is as intriguing as it is stylish.
March 19th, 2013

ROCCAT Sense Chrome Blue Gaming Mouse Pad Review

A unique microcrystalline coating and slick blue and black theme brings about a vibrant and long-lasting mouse pad, but it's hard to say whether it can really set itself apart from the competition.
March 11th, 2013

Belkin Onmiview 4 Port KVM Switch Review

Like many computer owners these days, I now have more than one computer. These secondary systems serve many purposes, including operating system and application software testing, firewalls, and as a file/print servers. I have a limited amount of space in my work area and having an extra monitor/keyboard/mouse and other peripherals for four systems for really clutter up the place.
April 2nd, 2002

Belkin Firewire USB Combo Card Review

If you’ve read the Aten Firewire card review, you’ll know that I am a fan of Firewire (IEEE 1394); if not solely for the bandwidth, for the ease of use as well. It’s no secret that SCSI outperforms Firewire on several fronts, but IEEE 1394 is much easier to configurw and work with, which is more important for less experienced user (or for those fed-up with their tools impeding their productivity).
May 31st, 2001

IOGEAR MiniView PC 2-port KVM Switch Review

I run a pretty hectic life and I find that sometimes it is the most simple of devices that brings the most enjoyment. Many power users can sympathize: two computer systems running in one small working area with only one keyboard, monitor, and mouse to go around… not a happy scene in any camper’s mind. The constant plugging and unplugging between systems is enough to drive any sane individual to move into a secluded shaft nestled deep in the Rocky Mountains.
February 15th, 2001
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