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News, reviews and independent buying advice for Keyboards, Mice, Headsets, USB Pen Drives and a wide variety of other devices

Panasonic debuts 4k Tablet and HDMI 2.0 TV

Panasonic has debuted the world’s first 4k resolution tablet, with a monster 20 inch screen. Boasting that it was capable of displaying an A3 size poster at full size, the electronics maker said that the tablet would be available for sale in Europe very soon. Panasonic hasn’t said much about …

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New 144 Hz Philips Gaming Monitor Debuts at IFA

The display expert MMD, a leading technology business and the brand license partner for Philips monitors, will be unveiling its exciting new 61 cm (24″) Full HD monitor for the ultimate viewing experience in gaming at the Philips booth no 101 in hall 22. The 144 Hz gaming monitor boasts …

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Sony HMZ-T3W video viewer for November release

Sony have announced their upcoming 3D video viewer headsets. The Sony HMZ-T3 has improved image quality over the previous version, although the display resolution is the same. Sony have reduced the weight a little to cause less strain on the head, with a more comfortable fitting. There are also wireless capabilities …

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Plantronics GameCom Commander Gaming Headset Review

Built for competitive gamers and fun-loving enthusiasts, can the Plantronics GameCom Commander Pro Gaming headset deliver the top-class performance that its ruthless target audience will demand? With 40mm drivers and Dolby 7.1 surround sound, the Plantronics GameCom Commander aims to offer an immersive gaming experience. A rugged microphone and in-line …

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CM Storm Pitch Gaming Earphone Review

The gaming peripheral market has been one of the fastest growing sectors over the last few years with companies like Cooler Master even setting up their own gaming range, CM Storm. Today’s product is the CM Storm Pitch Gaming Earphones which feature 10 mm drivers, a solid metal casing, passive noise isolation …

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Foxconn sells head mounted display tech to Google

Electronics maker – and perpetrator of illegal labour practices – Foxconn, has announced that it has sold patents and technologies to Google that are linked with the creation of a head mounted display. The display technology is said to be related to the superimposing of computer generated effects and virtual images …

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Linksys Smart Wi-Fi Router EA6500 Review

Routers are the life and soul of the media party in many modern households. They are also under an ever increasing demand to deliver high definition media content to multiple devices simultaneously. Whether this be for streaming TV, gaming online,  downloading or uploading content – it all requires a fast …

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TREWGRIP set to revolutionise mobile typing?

As the market has shifted more to mobile devices, many people find that typing longer notes and emails can be rather painful. Outlier Technologies are trying to resolve the issue with their new TrewGrip device, a rear keyed smartphone and tablet dock which you can hold in your hands and …

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Fastest Asus router ever made gets new pricing

With the price originally set at £200 by Asus, KitGuru Labs tested the RT-AC66U to destruction (almost) when it was still over £180. Today sees an additional cut from Amazon which brings the price down even more. KitGuru asks if this as far as the price cutting goes? Price cuts …

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Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic and Comfort products for Windows 8

Microsoft announced a new range of Sculpt keyboards and mice, particularly targeting the latest Microsoft operating system. Microsoft gathered the information for the products design by researching into 10 markets and discussing products with more than 5,300 workers. A high percentage of the staff experienced discomfort daily when working with traditional …

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gStick: pen shaped mouse hits Kickstarter

The traditional computer mouse has been used now for as long as we can all remember. Sure, many companies have tweaked and modernised the design, but basically it is the same as it was 20 years ago. Some radical designs have emerged over the years to help deal with carpal …

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Turtle Beach Ear Force XP SEVEN Review

Today we will be taking a look at the Turtle Beach Ear Force XP Seven, aimed at professional gamers and enthusiasts alike. Packed with features such as customizable presets, an Audio Control Unit, adjustable surround sound angles, Dolby surround and even auxiliary input, Turtle Beach claims these headphones offer “the …

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Wavemaster Mobi Speakers review

Every now and then, we get something cool and funky into the KitGuru offices. Sometimes the timing of the new arrival is out and sometimes the timing is spot on. With the current heatwave, the arrival of a pair of Wavemaster Mobi speakers could not have been better timed.  Not …

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Roccat KONE Pure Inferno Orange Review

Today we are taking a look at the limited edition ROCCAT Kone Pure Inferno Orange. Armed with an 8200 DPI sensor, Omron switches, customizable lighting and a 32-bit on-board processor, the Kone Pure has high expectations and big boots to fill. Despite all its features, the Kone Pure comes in …

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Ditch your mouse, get SKYMOUSE!

The traditional mouse we use today has been around for decades. While the optics have improved and the designs look more futuristic every year – the style of operation is still the same. The SkyMouse is a KickStarter campaign which is set to revolutionise the way we use a computer. …

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