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Logitech Cube makes mouse square

Logitech Cube makes mouse square

Logitech has revealed its latest mouse, the Logitech Cube, and it seems someone in the peripheral company's design has been left with nothing but a ruler to design it. A palm-sized box doubling as a mouse and a wireless presentation controller, automatically switching between the two when you lift it off the desk, the Cube's entire top surface is a touch-sensitive scroll pad.

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Microsoft Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 5000 eyes your iPad

Microsoft Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 5000 eyes your iPad

Microsoft has outed a new keyboard, the Microsoft Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 5000, targeted at mobile professionals hoping to do some serious text-entry on their iOS, Android or Windows tablets. On sale later this month, the wireless peripheral offers the hardware division's familiar Comfort Curve design along with low-profile keys and a few helpful shortcuts such as volume.

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3Dconnexion SpaceMouse Pro debuts

3Dconnexion SpaceMouse Pro debuts

3Dconnexion has been around for a long time making pointing devices that are much different from the typical mouse most of us use. Most of these 3D mice that the company makes are aimed at the professional user that designs things with CAD or CAM software. The latest mouse for the firm has now surfaced and it is called the SpaceMouse Pro.

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Verbatim debuts Ultra-Slim Bluetooth keyboards for iPads, iPhone and Android tablets

Verbatim debuts Ultra-Slim Bluetooth keyboards for iPads, iPhone and Android tablets

Verbatim launched a new tablet peripheral today called the Ultra-Slim Bluetooth Wireless Mobile Keyboard. The keyboard is about as thin as a No. 2 pencil and is compatible with your iPad, iPad 2, iPhone, or other Bluetooth-enabled device with HID keyboard support. This means that it would also work with Android tablets like the Samsung Galaxy Tab and Motorola Xoom.

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Genius launches FaceCam 3000 with headset

Genius launches FaceCam 3000 with headset

We can be honest in that webcams are really rather boring. They all do pretty much the same thing. This new webcam from Genius is interesting though because it comes with a little singe ear headset. The headset looks like a Bluetooth headset that you would use for your smartphone. The headset will let those of you who like to video chat will have very good audio quality.

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Thrustmaster F1 Ferrari wheel is expensively authentic

Thrustmaster F1 Ferrari wheel is expensively authentic

Thrustmaster has been pushing Ferrari-themed peripherals for gamers for a while now, but the company's latest F1 wheel is the most convincing yet. A full-size replica of the Formula 1 Ferrari 2011 racing wheel designed to work with the company's T500 RS system, the eye-catching accessory includes brushed-metal paddle shifters, all the rotary knobs and buttons from the authentic car, and an easy swap system for switching between it and the original GT wheel.

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iLuv outs WorkStation iPad 2 accessories including PC-style dock

iLuv outs WorkStation iPad 2 accessories including PC-style dock

iLuv has outed a bevy of new iPad 2 accessories as part of the company's WorkStation Series, including a PC-style desktop dock and various wireless keyboards. Of the range, it's the iLuv iMM737 "The WorkStation" and iLiuv iMM517 WorkStation Pro that stand out the most, the former having a posable mount for the Apple tablet and a wired keyboard with iOS-specific shortcut keys, while the latter has a Bluetooth keyboard and speaker-dock functionality.

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SteelSeries Sensei gaming mouse is now shipping

SteelSeries Sensei gaming mouse is now shipping

SteelSeries has announced that its latest gaming peripheral is now shipping to buyers. The peripheral is the Sensei Pro Grade Laser Mouse and it is aimed directly at the avid PC gamer looking for all sorts of features and tweaks specifically to make gaming more fun and the player more accurate. This mouse has an inside sensitivity setting at the high-end thanks to a 32-bit ARM processor inside.

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