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Windows Blue to bring cross-PC Bluetooth sync

Windows Blue to bring cross-PC Bluetooth sync

According to a leaked build of the next-generation update to Windows 8 going by code-name "Windows Blue", you'll soon be able to sync not only some of your account information from computer to computer with your Microsoft account. What Within Windows describes here is a laundry list of elements you'll be factoring in to your Microsoft account associations - everything from Bluetooth device recognition to Installed Apps. Soon you'll be able to bring your account with you wherever you go, on whatever PC you happen to be logging in on!

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Asus launches new Eagle Eye GX1000 gaming mouse

Asus launches new Eagle Eye GX1000 gaming mouse

When we think of Asus, typically we think of tablets and notebook computers. The company also makes a line of video cards and other computer hardware as well as gaming peripherals under its Republic of Gamers product line. Asus has announced a new aluminum cover gaming mouse called the Eagle Eye GX1000.

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IRIScan Mouse points and scans documents

IRIScan Mouse points and scans documents

If you have ever had to purchase a new mouse, you probably noticed that there are hordes of different models available on the market today. There is a mouse for every hand and every need. Honestly, most of those mice are pretty much the same the side of brand name and color.

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A mouse click burns 1.42 calories, according to researchers

A mouse click burns 1.42 calories, according to researchers

Sitting at your desk all day surfing the internet with a pile of unfinished TPS reports sitting in front of you probably isn't a good sign, and even worse, you're probably not doing yourself a favor and getting enough exercise, or aren't you? According to a recent study, one mouse click burns approximately 1.42 calories.

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Ego! Smartmouse works on the desk and in the air

Ego! Smartmouse works on the desk and in the air

When it comes to computer input devices, there are a huge number of mice and keyboards out there. The sheer variety of computer mice available is incredible and one mouse may not do everything a computer user wants it to. Some people need a mouse for the office, a mouse for on the go, a mouse to use from across the room, and a mouse to use on the couch.

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Genius redesigns Pen Mouse to work on just about any surface

Genius redesigns Pen Mouse to work on just about any surface

Genius has been making the Pen Mouse for a while now. This mouse looks like a fountain pen. The company has announced a new updated version of the mouse under the official name the Wireless Comfortable Pen Mouse.

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Logitech K725-C keyboard adds VoIP Caller ID screen and controls

Logitech K725-C keyboard adds VoIP Caller ID screen and controls

Logitech has outed a new keyboard, the UC Solution for Cisco 725-C, complete with dedicated VoIP controls and a caller ID display. The new 'board - which Logitech says pairs up neatly with its C920-C webcam and M525-C wireless mouse - is designed specifically to work with Cisco's Jabber service, allowing users to throw out their desk phone and instead handle incoming and outgoing calls, voicemails, and more from their PC peripherals.

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Genius Gila gaming mouse boasts buttons galore and adjustable heft

Genius Gila gaming mouse boasts buttons galore and adjustable heft

How many buttons do you have on your mouse? Two? Three? No wonder your friends laugh at you: Genius knows that, for any PC person to be taken seriously, they need a full twelve buttons on their mouse. The new Genius Gila Professional Gaming Mouse not only looks the part, thanks to metallic-finish inserts and LED lighting, but promises more customization potential than ever before.

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Mad Catz R.A.T.M and M.O.U.S.9 hands-on

Mad Catz R.A.T.M and M.O.U.S.9 hands-on

A couple of days ago, Mad Catz teased their new GameSmart lineup of peripherals that focus on mobile gaming. We knew very little of these devices until today. At CES, the company showed up the new hardware, and we ended up getting some hands-on time with the new R.A.T.M and the M.O.U.S.9 gaming mice, the former which is the company's smaller mobile version, and the latter being the bigger brother of sorts.

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ROCCAT Ryos leads CES 2013 gaming charge with mechanical keyboard

ROCCAT Ryos leads CES 2013 gaming charge with mechanical keyboard

The folks at ROCCAT are bringing on the heat with their first-ever mechanical gaming keyboard set for CES 2013, this just the first of a collection of fabulous new devices they'll be blasting out in the next week. The Ryos is "defining a new standard for mechanical gaming keyboards", so they say, while the ROCCAT Power-Grid is a bit of software aimed at your smartphone - and app that'll be hitting the airwaves soon with customized controls for your favorite games on your PC.

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Razer’s Orochi gaming mouse gets laser and battery life boost

Razer’s Orochi gaming mouse gets laser and battery life boost

Razer has updated its Orochi gaming mouse with a new, more powerful sensor that provides better accuracy, as well as offering about double the battery life of its predecessor. You can grab the device now for the gamer on your gift list and get it in time for Christmas. The device is priced at $69.99 for those in the US, and €69.99 for those on the other side of the pond.

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Razer releases DeathAdder 2013 gaming mouse with 6400dpi

Razer releases DeathAdder 2013 gaming mouse with 6400dpi

Razer has always been a maker of premiere gaming peripherals, especially their mice. One of the biggest features of their gaming mice are the high dpi ratings (dots per inch) of the sensors. Most of their mice have over 3000dpi sensors, but their newest DeathAdder mouse has a whopping 6400dpi, making it the most precise mouse on the planet.

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