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Logitech K380 Bluetooth keyboard and M535 mouse unveiled

Logitech K380 Bluetooth keyboard and M535 mouse unveiled

Logitech has introduced two new devices, its Bluetooth multi-device K380 keyboard and the Logitech M535 Bluetooth mouse. The keyboard will be launching for customers around the globe this month, as will the Bluetooth mouse with the exception of Europe, where it won't launch until some time next month. These allow power users and those who don't like using a laptop's keyboard to use their computers sans the wired shackle.

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New Apple mouse, keyboard incoming with Bluetooth LE

New Apple mouse, keyboard incoming with Bluetooth LE

New Apple accessories for desktop computers appear in FCC listings, likely headed for release later this Summer. Today we're seeing two wireless devices, on Apple mouse, the other an Apple wireless keyboard. The keyboard has not had a refresh since 2011 while the mouse (also known as the Magic Mouse) has not had a refresh since the year 2009. It's about time for that to happen. Inside these devices is no longer the Bluetooth 2.1 (BCM2042 inside) they originally came packed with, but Bluetooth 4.2 with Bluetooth LE Low Energy.

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Xbox One mouse support on the way

Xbox One mouse support on the way

Both the Xbox One and PS4 are much closer to standard PC architecture than any previous console generation. While both have support for keyboards, it sounds like the Xbox One will be the first to add computer mice to the equation. At least, that's what Microsoft's Xbox chief Phil Spencer has hinted at. Spencer commented that mouse support wasn't "far away" on Twitter in response to a question about the possibility of Windows games being streamed to a Xbox One console.

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Razer Mamba gaming mouse has adjustable Click Force

Razer Mamba gaming mouse has adjustable Click Force

With E3 2015 underway, there are all sorts of new video games being unveiled for the first time at the show. If you are a PC gamer, the show is also where some new gaming peripherals are unveiled and Razer has rolled out a new high-end gaming mouse. The new mouse is an updated version of the Razer Mamba and it has some tech inside that is a first in the gaming mouse arena.

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Logitech MX Anywhere 2 Wireless Mouse Review

Logitech MX Anywhere 2 Wireless Mouse Review

Logitech has been on a roll with wireless mice lately, resurrecting the MX Master name for its excellent flagship peripheral, and now following that with the MX Anywhere 2 Wireless Mobile Mouse for travelers. Buffing the rough edges from the original Wireless Anywhere Mouse, and throwing in support for the gestures common in today’s software, it’s a smaller, cheaper version of the high-end model intended to slip neatly into a bag. Question is, has the shrinking process also reduced the Logitech’s charm?

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Razer Firefly, the light-up mousepad you never knew you needed

Razer Firefly, the light-up mousepad you never knew you needed

A light-up mousepad by the name of Firefly is coming from the folks at Razer, made to be a perfect match for the rest of your "Chroma" edition peripherals. This device is a "hard gaming mouse mat", if you want to be specific about it, working with a micro-textured surface to make certain your laser mouse movement is as speedy and precise as possible. Razer also suggests that this surface has an "enhanced reflective quality" that'll deliver fabulous "rapid in-game responsiveness."

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Logitech MX Master Review – The ambitious mouse

Logitech MX Master Review – The ambitious mouse

Turns out, mouse design is a serious business. Logitech has spent several years designing its new flagship peripheral, the MX Master, capable of embracing not just one but three of your computers, and even coaxing loyal trackpad users back into the fold. It also sees the return of one of Logitech's more contentious features, a slick scroll wheel with some fancy friction. I pushed my Magic Trackpad to one side to give the MX Master the chance to win me over; read on for the full review.

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ODiN Aurora mouse projects a laser trackpad onto surfaces

ODiN Aurora mouse projects a laser trackpad onto surfaces

ODiN is a mouse that functions like a trackpad, only it uses projected lasers rather than traditional hardware. The design, upon first glance, appears to be a Transformer, but it's not -- it's the Norse god of war, and the projected image includes a laser spear to drive that theme home. The mouse works by sitting on a desk and projecting a "trackpad" onto the surface in which the user can control their computer's cursor. More details after the jump!

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Mouse Box puts a PC inside the mouse

Mouse Box puts a PC inside the mouse

Unless you work from a laptop all the time and like using a track pad, you have a mouse sitting on your desk at home or in the office. Not all mice are considered equal and there is a huge number of different mice out there to suit every need from gaming to working with graphics and more. A new mouse has turned up that is very different from all the others on the market today; the mouse is called the Mouse Box.

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Razer DeathAdder Chroma Review

Razer DeathAdder Chroma Review

The DeathAdder mouse is a go-to piece of equipment for many gamers around the world. Razer has done an excellent job of releasing products - high quality products - with both the look and the abilities needed to be highly sought-after. This year they've released Chroma - a line of devices that take their predecessors and add millions of colors via embedded LEDs. Does this little bump make all the difference? NOTE: This is one of three reviews of Chroma devices. Also check out the Razer Kraken 7.1 Chroma headset and stay tuned for the keyboard, too!

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Mionix reveals world’s first skin-sensitive smart mouse

Mionix reveals world’s first skin-sensitive smart mouse

The innovation team "MionixLabs" at gaming peripherals company Mionix have revealed the world's first Smart Mouse. The NAOS QG builds on the top-notch form-fitting gaming mouse excellence of the original NAOS, building in "Quantified Gaming" features. With this device, users will be able to track their heart rate and their galvanic skin responses to the game. Deep insight into your body's response to games with heart rate, galvanic skin response, and actions per minute - we're thinking it'll be perfect for Alien: Isolation - for terror and blood-curdling excitement from start to finish, of course.

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