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COOLER MASTER CM STORM XORNET GAMING MOUSE REVIEW (11-04-2014)
CM Storm has proven once again that a quality gaming mouse doesn't have to carry a hefty price tag. For under $30 the Xornet provides the right amount of buttons, features, and quality parts to appeal to FPS gamers on a budget. If you prefer a claw-grip style of mouse and don't mind it being lightweight, the Xornet is an excellent choice.


GENIUS NAVIGATOR 905 VOGUE WIRELESS MOUSE REVIEW (13-01-2012)
In a market that's saturated with mice aimed at the traveling laptop user, the Navigator 905 Vogue from Genius manages to stand out. The USB receiver has an unobtrusive design and the blue optical sensor tracks reliably on many different surfaces.


GENIUS SLIMSTAR 8000 WIRELESS KEYBOARD/MOUSE COMBO REVIEW (19-08-2011)
Genius has a solid product with the SlimStar 8000 wireless keyboard/mouse combo. Both devices have a relatively small footprint and will easily fit in most laptop bags. Construction is solid and you can expect reliable performance. It may come in at a cheap price of $25, but it doesn't feel cheap. And at that price, anyone who needs a basic keyboard/mouse to use with a laptop or HTPC can afford it.


XFX WARPAD GAMING MOUSEPAD REVIEW (11-07-2011)
The WarPad from XFX is everything a gaming mouse pad should be. It has a large surface area, thick padding, and the clamp-on design ensures that it will stay exactly where you put it. There are no flashy colors or designs – the WarPad is strictly business and it does its job well.


COOLER MASTER CM STORM SPAWN GAMING MOUSE REVIEW (07-06-2011)
CM Storm continues their impressive lineup of gaming peripherals with the Spawn mouse. It looks great, performs even better, and provides a level of comfort that anyone favoring the claw-grip style will appreciate. There's enough buttons to provide plenty of customization options, and Japanese-made Omron switches are beneficial for heavy usage and long term durability.



COOLER MASTER CHOIIX CRUISER MOUSE REVIEW (29-03-2011)
The Choiix Cruiser mouse does exactly what it is designed to do, which is provide smooth and accurate cursor movements on a wide variety of surfaces. That alone makes it a great choice for traveling laptop users, and the tiny USB receiver and adjustable height round out a well-made, affordable input device.


THERMALTAKE TT ESPORTS CHALLENGER PRO GAMING KEYBOARD REVIEW (30-12-2010)
Overall, Thermaltake has left me impressed with the Challenger Pro gaming keyboard. It's well designed with rugged construction and features that will appeal to gamers such as replacement W A S D and arrow keys, a hand cooling fan, and even “dummy” covers for those pesky Windows keys.


PENGUIN UNITED EAGLE EYE PLAYSTATION 3 PS3 USB KEYBOARD/MOUSE CONVERTER REVIEW (11-10-2010)
Bringing the PC gaming experience to a console is no easy task, but Penguin United's Eagle Eye Converter succeeds in providing gamers the precision of a keyboard and mouse combo on the PS3 - and it does so without lag.


COOLER MASTER CM STORM INFERNO LASER GAMING MOUSE REVIEW (11-10-2010)
The Inferno from CM Storm has proven to be a solid choice in the ever-growing world of gaming mice. The $50 price tag is easier on the wallet than many comparable mice, and the wide array of customization options are perfect for gamers who want specific button layouts for different games.



MICROSOFT SIDEWINDER X3 GAMING MOUSE REVIEW (24-06-2010)
If you're looking for a cheap, basic mouse to either game with or use for the desktop then you should highly consider the Microsoft SideWinder X3 as it offers great value for money while maintaining some of the features found on more expensive mice.


I-ROCKS KR-6401-BK SLIM KEYBOARD REVIEW (22-03-2010)
Overall, I am satisfied with this keyboard. It does exactly what it is meant to do, which is to provide a comfortable alternative to the cramped style of a laptop or netbook keyboard.


COOLER MASTER CM STORM SENTINEL ADVANCE GAMING MOUSE REVIEW (19-02-2010)
It's easy to sum up the CM Storm Sentinel Advance. It's simply one of the best gaming mice on the market today, if not THE best. What makes it so great is not any one feature in particular, it's the combination of ergonomics, performance, and customization that all work together in making a mouse that is a winner for buyers in the enthusiast market.


MICROSOFT EXPLORER WIRELESS RECHARGEABLE MOUSE REVIEW (06-02-2010)
After using Microsoft's new Explorer mouse for over a week, I'm very impressed by both the functionality of the BlueTrack Technology and the overall design and feel of the mouse. Careful shopping can get you one of these units for around $40 or so, and while cheaper mice are available, I would consider this an excellent value and would have no reservations in recommending this product.


MICROSOFT EXPLORER NETBOOK/NOTEBOOK MINI MOUSE REVIEW (15-12-2009)
Recommending the Microsoft Explorer Mini Mouse is an absolute no-brainer. Although this isn't the cheapest mouse on the market, with its Blue track technology, amazing battery life, portability along with excellent build quality makes the product rise up to the price.


G-CUBE BREEZE-TINI G4T-10BR LADIES 2.4GHz NOTEBOOK WIRELESS OPTICAL MOUSE (18-08-2009)
Even though there are lots of color and style choices in computer peripherals today, G-Cube is unique in that it offers products designed specifically with women in mind. After trying out their wireless notebook mouse I have to say I'm impressed with both the look and the performance of it. The style is feminine, classy and the tiny size is convenient for the traveling laptop user.


I-ROCKS KR-6820E BACKLIT GAMING KEYBOARD (22-06-2009)
In the end this little keyboard exceeded my expectations. The construction is very solid, the orange backlighting looks awesome, and it has a nearly full 103-key lineup so it's perfect for just about any task. Gaming is what it's designed for and it works great for that, but the soft and quiet keys also work well for general computer use.


I-ROCKS RF-6572 WIRELESS RF 2.4 GHZ KEYBOARD/MOUSE COMBO (12-05-2009)
I-Rocks got back to basics with this wireless keyboard/mouse combo and I must say they did a great job. This is the kind of product that will appeal to a wide range of computer users not only because of the excellent build quality and reliable wireless signal; it also offers a setup process that is simple enough for even novice computer users.


HIPER SLIM ALUMINUM USB/PS2 KEYBOARD (13-04-2009)
This HIPER offering is a very good keyboard for general internet surfing, email and occasional document creation. If a larger, classier version of a laptop style keyboard appeals to you, then this could be a welcome addition to your home office setup. The construction is solid, the build quality excellent and the keys are nice and quiet during use.


RAZER ARCTOSA GAMING KEYBOARD (02-04-2009)
Spending a ton of money will buy you a myriad of features and great performance, but some of those extras you may not need or will use very infrequently. Strip away the bells and whistles and you're left with a boring old standard keyboard, which isn't good enough for gamers of any skill level either. Fortunately, Razer has found a happy medium with the Arctosa. It puts an emphasis on performance and style while leaving out unnecessary things like backlighting and integrated USB ports.


CYBER SPORT ORBITA FREESTYLE WIRELESS MOUSE (10-02-2009)
For those who spend their day scrolling through line after line of a spreadsheet or page after page of a document or website, the Orbita mouse can make life a whole lot easier. Rotating the entire mouse to scroll instead of using a wheel sounds cumbersome, but actually doing it proved to be a quick and easy process. Initially it does require some patience to learn how to use, but after making it over the learning curve it's hard not to enjoy the new experience or at the very least appreciate it.


THERMALTAKE SOPRANO ALUMINUM KEYBOARD (12-12-2008)
The Soprano is a great keyboard for general internet surfing, email and occasional document preparation. If a larger, classier version of a laptop keyboard sounds appealing to you, then it will be a welcome addition to your home office setup for years to come. The construction is solid and the keys are nice and quiet but are also a bit closer together than what you'd find on a standard keyboard.


WOLFKING WARRIOR XXTREME GAMING KEYBOARD (21-11-2008)
With the Warrior XXtreme, Wolfking set out to improve on the already great Warrior game pad by including the ability to chat and execute commands, something that was missing from its predecessor. The type of gamer you are will determine whether or not the addition of this modified QWERTY keyboard is welcome or just in the way. It became obvious early on in my testing that RPG gamers would be the ones making use of the Warrior XXtreme's full potential.


WOLFKING TROOPER MVP GAMING MOUSE (28-10-2008)
Next time you're out shopping for a gaming mouse, definitely take the Trooper MVP into consideration. It has enough buttons and DPI levels to keep many different types of gamers satisfied, but the main advantage I found over comparable mice was comfort. The ergonomics of the mouse are exceptional which prevents cramping and other issues over long periods of use.


DAS KEYBOARD PROFESSIONAL PREMIUM MECHANICAL KEYBOARD (01-10-2008)
But what if you are looking for an excellent higher quality keyboard that gives you lots of tactile click feedback, is built very well, includes a USB 2.0 hub and does all this while still looking simple and classy. If this is a keyboard that you are interested in plus you have over a $120 budget for a keyboard alone, then you might be interested in Das Keyboard's Professional keyboard. Is it worth the large pricetag? Is the click worth the cash? We will soon find out..


CYBER SNIPA STINGER LASER GAMING MOUSE (13-06-2008)
At a modest price the Stinger delivers a high quality, feature packed Laser mouse. Whilst not the best mouse I have tested, at this price point, the Stinger is not too far behind. This is probably the best bang for your buck you can get at the moment.


MICROSOFT BLUETOOTH NOTEBOOK MOUSE 5000 (07-04-2008)
Notebook mice are getting more and more popular. They offer 100% of the functionality of a standard mouse, but have it all packed into a smaller package. In addition, seeing that most laptop buyers are consumers that like to be unplugged and free to roam (hence why you buy a laptop), it just makes sense.


ZALMAN FG1000 GUN MOUSE FPS CONTROLLER (25-03-2008)
This product combines some the best features of gaming mice with a trigger attachment to give a new and unique experience to FPS games. I have to admit, using a trigger instead of a mouse button is a lot of fun and making the transition was not as awkward as I anticipated.


STEELSERIES IKARI LASER GAMING MOUSE (18-03-2008)
All through testing I experienced nothing but comfort and that neat feeling only quality can give you. Like all good things though it comes at a price and the Ikari Laser is certainly not cheap coming in at around US$65. This is certainly not the type of product your average home user should be looking at, unless you have money to throw away, but for the enthusiast and or Gamer it's a worthwhile investment.


MICROSOFT RECLUSA GAMING KEYBOARD (04-03-2008)
Overall, I have to say that the Razer based Microsoft Reclusa is a solid constructed piece of computer hardware that should be permanently placed on your desktop for many years with little to no problems.


STEELSERIES IKARI OPTICAL GAMING MOUSE (01-02-2008)
With the exception of the size and the overly bright indicator LEDs, this is a very sound product. To spice up the pot a bit more the price is also very reasonable for a high quality optical mouse. If you are used to large mice and want more of the same then don't hesitate to give the Ikari a look, it is a very solid, comfortable mouse to use and a sheer joy to game with.


LOGITECH CHILLSTREAM ACTIVELY COOLED GAMEPAD (24-01-2008)
To say the least, this controller is a mixed bag of pros and cons with neither of them propping the product to be a winner or pushing it down to being an absolute failure. Sure this is a good ergonomic controller which should perform its gaming tasks with ease, but the main defining characteristic, the cooling, needs work.


RAZER MANTIS CONTROL & MANTIS SPEED MOUSEPADS (11-10-2007)
Razer has delivered a mouse pad that does exactly what it's supposed to do – improve the PC gaming experience. I have been loyal to hard surface mouse pads for some time, but the Razer Mantis has changed all that.  After testing out both of the expertly engineered surfaces I can honestly say this is the best cloth mouse pad I've used and Razer was smart to offer two versions to satisfy those with different sensitivity preferences.


WOLFKING WARRIOR GAMEPAD (14-09-2007)
For hardcore FPS players who don't mind un-learning a couple things about the traditional controls on a QWERTY keyboard, the Warrior will reward with a comfortable and ergonomically sound gaming experience. I can't say that it made me a better player, but let's be realistic – does anything other than practice and skill make someone a better FPS gamer?


STEEL SERIES SX PRO GAMING MOUSEPAD (27-08-2007)
In the end it comes down to one question: Are you prepared to pay for the best. At a hefty 49.95 Euro (US$70), this is not a product a casual user will be interested in. I personally would never spend that much on a mouse pad but I don’t claim to be an avid gamer either. If you are looking for the best gaming pad money can buy, you’ve found it. If you are looking for good performance at an affordable price, keep looking.


SAITEK GM3200 3200DPI LASER GAMING MOUSE (06-07-2007)
Despite its large size, I found this mouse to be a pleasure to use. With six programmable buttons, four DPI settings that can be changed on-the-fly, and removable weights it will appeal to a wide range of gamers with all the customization options. Response time is superb and two button profiles can be saved with Saitek's SST programming software.


SAITEK PRO GAMER COMMAND UNIT PC CONTROLLER (25-06-2007)
With 20 programmable keys and three different game modes, it should satisfy those with even the most meticulous preferences. Laptop gamers would find it useful as it would be worlds of improvement over the built-in keyboard. It's comfortable to use, the software is straightforward, and the backlit keys look cool as well.


CYBER SNIPA S.W.A.T. LASER GAMING MOUSE (25-04-2007)
The S.W.A.T. performs as well as any other laser mouse on the market and has a lot to offer for a reasonable $30 US – switchable 800/1600 DPI modes, seven buttons, onboard memory to save preferences, sleek looks, and a comfortable shape. As great as it performs in games it will also serve well as a mouse to use while doing basic things such as web surfing.


STEEL SERIES STEELPAD QCK HEAVY MOUSE PAD (19-04-2007)
What can I say, it's a mouse pad, a HUGE mouse pad. It does its job and it does it well. Throughout my testing it held up to all the abuse I could throw at it, including a coffee spill, a little dabbing with a cloth and careful wiping it was good as new again. If you like cloth mouse pads and need a lot of room to move your mouse around then I can see no reason why you shouldn't get a SteelPad QcK Heavy.


FLEXIGLOW CYBER SNIPA TRACER MOUSEPAD (18-04-2007)
Anyone who is serious about gaming should take a closer look at the Tracer mouse pad. The ultra-slick surface is just the right size and performed great with both a laser and optical mouse. Movements were fast and precise without the mouse overly sliding around and because it's so thin I didn't experience wrist soreness like I have in the past with thicker pads.


SAITEK ECLIPSE II ILLUMINATED KEYBOARD (22-01-2007)
This isn't the first illuminated keyboard I have reviewed here on Tweaknews.net and it probably won't be the last. But one thing I know is that all of them will have to be compared to the Eclipse II to prove whether they are worth buying. Although it isn't cordless, in my mind it is the nicest keyboard I have reviewed here in the main testing lab.


RATPADZ XT PREMIUM GAMING MOUSEPAD (19-12-2006)
At first I scoffed at the fact that I need a mousepad with a high precision laser mouse. But after several days of use and personally enjoying the slippery silky goodness I just cannot push myself to remove this from my workstation / gaming machine. This pad makes your mouse so easy to move that you will find yourself constantly overdoing your usual mouse movements for a couple of days until you get used to it.


CYBER SNIPA ULTIMATE PC GAMEPAD V2 (15-12-2006)
The driverless design makes installation a breeze, the intelligent layout of the keys keeps the learning curve to a minimum, and the crisp feel makes the pad a joy to use. Even the lighting is well-done, and not over the top. If you're a hardcore FPS player, you should be taking a long look at the Cyber Snipa. Your games will thank you, but your opponents may not.


LOGITECH G7 LASER CORDLESS GAMING MOUSE (05-12-2006)
The G7 in my mind should be standard equipment for any computer user that wants to truly enjoy his/her computer with complete control, accuracy and problem free longevity you want for your money. Kudos to Logitech with their quick swap battery technology. Finally a wireless mouse that isn't heavy to use.


FLEXIGLOW CYBER SNIPA INTELLISCOPE LASER GAMING MOUSE (16-11-2006)
The Cyber Snipa, even though it's geared towards gamers, is a well rounded mouse that works well in both games and everyday PC applications. Gamers will enjoy the six programmable buttons, ultra fast response times, DPI toggle button, and the cool red and blue illumination.


LOGITECH G15 GAMING KEYBOARD (15-08-2006)
The sturdy construction, classy backlighting, and highly customizable macro keys put the G15 at the top of the gaming keyboard heap. Add on features like the cable management system, full media player support, and the only LCD in the keyboard market, and you've got...


GOOD WORK SYSTEMS LAUNCHPAD GAMING MOUSEPAD SYSTEM (01-03-2006)
Given the price of the Launchpad, I'm impressed. Granted, the size is on the small side, but larger pads from other companies can cost as much, if not more, and do not come with a frame or mouse bungee. While I can't comment on battery life yet, I can say that the white color used does seem to improve my precision, in both gaming and everyday usage.


IDEAZON ZBOARD CUSTOMIZABLE GAMING KEYBOARD (17-01-2006)
Ideazon has a great idea here, and one that has held up well since its introduction. The Gaming Keyset supports a surprisingly large number of games, and keymaps are easily accessible from the menu. Well over 50 games are supported, including not only oldies-but-goodies such as Leisure Suit Larry, but also new titles such as F.E.A.R.


LOGITECH DINOVO BLUETOOTH LASER WIRELESS DESKTOP (29-12-2005)
With the new diNovo, Logitech has taken an already great product and made it even better. Whether on an executive desk or the coffee table, the diNovo's classic looks and outstanding feature set make it a good choice for the demanding user who wants wireless operation and uncompromising performance.


LOGITECH MX5000 LASER CORDLESS DESKTOP (28-11-2005)
The recently released MX5000 laser cordless desktop we're going to take a look at this time is the latest in a long list of Logitech's desktop products. With impressive specifications and an extensive list of unique features, the MX5000 promises to provide the user with unparalleled functionality and ease of use.


LOGITECH G5 LASER GAMING MOUSE (28-10-2005)
This mouse is slick, sleek, and everything a competitive or even moderate player could ask for. Playing for long periods of time is no longer a strain on your hands with the comfortable setup of this mouse. Know that when you play with G5 you are a fragging force to be reckoned with.


MICROSOFT FINGERPRINT READER (19-09-2005)
Finger print readers have been around for a long time – in Hollywood, where you most likely see them being used to access high security areas in action movies, but similarly they have been around for surprisingly a long time in army bases around the world. As time went on they found their way into corporate networks protecting vital company data before swiftly moving into our homes.


LOGITECH MX518 1600DPI OPTICAL GAMING MOUSE (20-04-2005)
Although at a MSRP of US$49.99 you might deem this mouse to be a little on the pricey side, but as with any higher end computer product, if you want to best, be prepared to pay for it. This mouse packs the precision, the features, the comfort and the quality a gamer will require to allow them to accurately game for years without a single issue.


MICROSOFT WIRELESS OPTICAL DESKTOP (09-04-2005)
For $70 USD you can pick this little gem up and it is well worth it. The practical applications of a wireless desktop set are endless and to have it work as well as a wired set is even greater. If you are restricted to where you can place your tower because of input cord lengths, or are just sick of having wires tangled all over the place, than this set is for you.


XTRAC HYBRID GAMING MOUSEPAD (06-04-2005)
XTrac aim to give us a gaming mouse pad, and there is no doubt that they succeed in doing so. They have provided us with something that looks good, feels good, is easily packed and most importantly achieves what it's meant to do, provide you with something that gets the most out of your optical mouse.


A4TECH NB-30 BATTERY FREE OPTICAL WIRELESS MOUSE (03-03-2005)
This concept was confusing me from the get go, and I couldn't possibly see how this would work well, let alone work. Basically the mouse works by receiving electromagnetic inductive energy, this eliminates any radio frequency interference of a regular wireless mouse, and gives constant power without warranting batteries.


STEELPAD QCK+ LARGE GAMING MOUSEPAD (01-03-2005)
Steelpad has definitely designed quite the excellent mouse pad with the QcK+. This pad will definitely remain in use for quite some time on one of the more used computers in this household. Its size has got to be its only real flaw, though only for some people. The QcK+ is a nice, sleek looking pad, which earns it points in my books for not....


XRAYPAD THUNDER 8 DUAL SURFACE GAMING MOUSEPAD (05-01-2005)
Switching from the normal gaming surfaces (desktop and cloth mouse pad) to this Thunder 8 gaming pad was a great pleasure. I honestly did not think it would make much of a difference. Well, I was wrong there . . . very wrong. The ball mouse performed much better than I could have ever hoped. The optical mouse also had a much appreciated improvement....


XRAYPAD AQUA3 LARGE MOUSEPAD (19-11-2004)
Well I would have to say the Aqua 3 from X-Ray has got a lot to offer. I enjoyed using this product and think it may remain on my work desk until I get canned. The pad is well made and appears to be very durable. I like the stylish simplicity of design that makes for a very modern, professional and clean-cut look.


STEELPAD S&S PROFESSIONAL GAMING MOUSE PAD (08-11-2004)
Overall I would consider my experience with the Steelpad to be a positive one. It's a high quality, well designed product that does what it does very well. It appears to be quite durable and the sleeve is a nice addition for the LAN party crowd.


LOGITECH RUMBLEPAD 2 VIBRATION FEEDBACK PC GAMEPAD (14-09-2004)
In the case with the RumblePad 2 shown above, you have full digital and dual analog control, a staggering ten programmable keys and lets not forget the built in vibration feedback too add even more realism to your immersive gaming experience.


THERMALTAKE XWING BLUETOOTH WIRELESS OPTICAL MOUSE (21-07-2004)
What are my boiled down impressions of this mouse? Well, I really can't find anything wrong with it. It's easy to install and setup and has no performance drawbacks that I could see. The only thing I could possibly squeak out as a small downfall could be the US$60-$70 pricetag.


LOGITECH CORDLESS MX DUO ELITE (15-07-2004)
So, are you ready to to cut peripheral ball and chain? Does your workstation need to have the input umbilical cord snipped for good? Well, in any case you should have no problem setting up and incorporating your new MX Duo Wireless Desktop into you office or workstation. All that you need to do is plug the base into the computer, charge and install the batteries.....


LOGITECH MX510 PERFORMANCE OPTICAL MOUSE (23-06-2004)
The MX510 should definitely be on the "Must Have" list for any gamer that wants to have the best and most precise gaming experience possible. Although it won't turn you into the fragging nightmare feared worldwide, it will definitely help bring a lot better control to your gaming environment. On the other hand, the eight button functionality will help with your day to day..


GAMER MOUSING SURFACES: BLACK ICEMAT 2 vs COREPAD COMPARISON (06-05-2004)
The Corepad encompasses everything that a gamer will need. It's relatively cheap, well built, includes a wrist support and is quiet, accurate and stable while gaming. The Black Icemat 2 is indeed a good mousepad but in reality you have to realize one thing. It is a US$50 square piece of frosted glass.


ATI REMOTE WONDER 2 MULTIMEDIA PC REMOTE CONTROL (08-03-2004)
The many programmable buttons mean that you can configure your remote to your liking. The RWII can take care of all of your entertainment needs, from playing tunes in WinAmp, to watching movies and TV via ATI's MultiMedia Center. The Remote Wonder II is far and away the best remote I've ever had the pleasure of reviewing.


LOGITECH MX900 BLUETOOTH WIRELESS OPTICAL MOUSE (05-03-2004)
I am very impressed with this combo. Not only did it perform exceptionally well (both as a gaming and an office mouse), but the Bluetooth integration via the hub makes this a multi-functional device worthy of its price tag.


STEEL GAMING GLOVE (09-02-2004)
The Steel Pad Gaming Glove is an excellent product that does everything that it promises. It makes gaming for hours on end pain-free, reduces friction between the wrist and the mousepad, and gives you the strength of ten men. Okay, I made that last one up, but the glove does everything it promises which makes it a great product that is sure to please even..


CREATIVE LABS INFRARED PC-DVD MULTIMEDIA REMOTE CONTROL (07-02-2004)
For those looking for an inexpensive solution, you cannot get much better than the Creative Infra (PC-DVD) Remote Control. The remote worked great right out of the box without much tinkering. For those who want more out of it, more programmable functions can be found in the Remote Selector application.


BLACK ICEMAT GAMING MOUSING SURFACE (05-12-2003)
I used to think that the mousepad made little or no difference in computing. Because of the Icemat, I now see the error of my ways. The mouse is one of the most used devices on your computer and it relies almost completely on surface texture to work properly. As such, the mouse pad used should optimize your mouse's performance and efficiency.


STEELPAD 4D PROFESSIONAL GAMING MOUSEPAD (01-11-2003)
It offers support for either optical or ball, and both surfaces work equally good. Its size is only an issue if you do not have enough desk real estate. Otherwise it's a huge plus. More space means more control and options.


PACKARD BELL FAST MEDIA PC REMOTE CONTROL (25-10-2003)
The Packard Bell Fast Media Remote Control is a very good addition to a PC that is used for multimedia (whether videos, music, tv, etc…). The programmable options and variety of available software make it easily customizable, meaning it can suit nearly anyone's needs.


STEELPAD 4S PROFESSIONAL GAMING MOUSEPAD (30-09-2003)
After the mousepad was installed, I couldn't believe how easily the mouse moved. Not only did it move with ease but I could literally place my middle finger lightly on top of the mouse and move it around the full extent of the pad.


ELUMINX BLACK SLIM-SERIES ILLUMINATED KEYBOARD (17-04-2003)
Being the first keyboard review at Tweaknews.net, you might as well come into this peripheral genre with a great product. This is one solid, well built keyboard packed with great features and industry leading technology. Having an illuminated keyboard just makes sense if you are a gamer or if you work in a dimly lit environment.


ATI REMOTE WONDER (03-10-2002)
Ah yes!, I called it! It was only time until the proverbial "god box" came to the home and work computing environment. Since the release of the ALL-in-Wonder line from ATI, the introduction of the remote wonder being bundled with already a great package has spurred ATI to release the Remote Wonder as a product all on its own. Has this gamble by ATI paid off feature wise, decide for yourself...

 

 


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