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Razer DeathAdder

Latest review: I'm not a gamer but I understand the Razer mouse is popular with gamers because of its sensitivity, control and accuracy. I must admit these qualities are apparent for my everyday use and I noticed a


Logitech Wireless Touch Keyboard K400

Latest review: I had Microsoft's version of this keyboard before a guest spilt water on it, I should have just bought that keyboard again because it worked a treat. This keyboard has bad range, i cant use it on


Kmart USB-C to HDMI Video Display Cable

Latest review: After having issues with the small converter at Kmart I was hesitant to try the cable, however, found that it's actually fantastic and stays connected! It's a great cable to hook up a laptop to the


Logitech M590 Multi-Device Silent Wireless Mouse

Latest review: It took some some time for me to find a good usable Bluetooth enabled cordless/wireless mouse. This is the best wireless mouse I've used after trying out Microsoft 3600, Logitech Anywhere MX,


Microsoft Surface Arc Mouse

Latest review: bought this with my surface pro and cant fault it. It folds flat making it easy to transport and slide into a briefcase pocket. No need to bring a large mouse that will add bulk to your slick laptop


Logitech Bluetooth Mouse M557

Latest review: We previously used a Logitech Bluetooth Mouse M555B which was used on a Sony notebook for some years. When we updated to a HP Spectre 360 notebook/tablet we decided to update the mouse. The M555B had


Logitech Wireless Mouse M280

Latest review: This little mouse is everything you need in for everyday mouse! It has a comfortable design, which applies less strain onto your hand after long uses. Uses a small Logitech dongle, which can


Logitech Wireless Mouse M325

Latest review: Great battery life. Plug in dongle has a place inside the mouse to store it. A beautiful bit of industrial design. Only issue I have is that the optical sensor doesn't work on some surfaces. I do


Logitech K380 Multi-Device Bluetooth Keyboard

Latest review: I bought this to use for typing messages etc. on my LG G6 phone. I had a different model Logitech Bluetooth keyboard before that, but the keys started to fail, despite being well looked after, so


Anker Ergonomic Wireless Vertical Mouse

Latest review: Using the mouse a lot caused some pretty bad wrist pain and vague aches. Decided to try a vertical mouse and landed on the Anker, primarily because of price. If it turned out to be a dud, didn't want


Satechi Aluminum Wired USB Keyboard ST-AMWK

Latest review: Apple stopped making their (failure-prone) wired keyboards, and I don't need the hassle or expense of a wireless keyboard (yes, I own one already). Several replacement options out there, but Satechi


Microsoft Arc Keyboard

Latest review: I bought this to fit into a computer desk designed by someone who never owned a computer. The keyboard tray is too narrow for a keyboard and mouse, and the main desk is too high to comfortably use a


ASUS Cerberus Mechanical RGB Keyboard

Latest review: I did not know anything about mechanical keyboards or membrane keyboards but what I do know is that my membrane keyboards always miss a beat. I would be typing so fast that characters or entire words


Ducky One Side Print Mechanical Keyboard

Latest review: I upgraded to this keyboard about 1 month ago from my old Razer one. Turns out to be a good decision. My Razer mechanical key switches were feeling scratchy and horrible to type on. The Ducky One


Belkin Optical Glow Mouse

Latest review: I originally bought mine for my laptop, but ended up using it on my desktop as it is really nice at night, when working in the dark it is easy to find also. It is small in size, without being


Roost Laptop Stand

Latest review: I've had this a for couple of years and it took me a while to grow to this product. I actually love it. It's mobile and really useful when you're working on the go (i.e. I work at a hospital). The


Logitech C922 Pro Stream Webcam

Logitech Gaming Keyboard G105

Latest review: Got it at MSY for $48 or so. Keys are responsive and give decent feedback for a membrane keyboard. Some have said that they provide the best feel, behind a mechanical keyboard and the keypress is


Logitech G302 Daedalus Prime MOBA Gaming Mouse

Latest review: The five buttons (including the mousewheel) are all easy to press, and every little movement of the mouse is precise with zero lag. Adjustable DPI is customisable to meet all of your gaming needs,


Razer Kiyo RZ19-02320100

Latest review: The Razer Kiyo is a web camera that's HD Quality, comparable to other big brands, but what this camera has that the others do not is a illumination light - integrated into the body of the camera.


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