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Razer Naga Epic Chroma Mouse targets MMO gamers

Razer Naga Epic Chroma Mouse targets MMO gamers

Razer, which recently introduced a new speaker system targeted at gamers, has unveiled a new gaming mouse designed specifically for use with MMOs. The maker brags its newest device has a hearty number of buttons at 19, and that it brings with it millions of color options. "The new Naga Epic Chroma gives MMO gamers more freedom than ever before," brags the company's CEO. Sound exciting? The Naga Epic Chroma mouse will be making it official debut on November 7 at BlizzCon.

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Satechi Selfie Arm: phone on a stick

Satechi Selfie Arm: phone on a stick

The next generation in monopod technology is here - the Selfie Arm. Made by Satechi to allow you to take advanced selfies as often and as professionally as you want, this device works with most smartphones on the market today. Ellen wishes she had this when she snapped the Galaxy Note 3 selfie earlier this year.

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Logitech outs polyamorous K480 Bluetooth keyboard

Logitech outs polyamorous K480 Bluetooth keyboard

Logitech has launched a new Bluetooth keyboard for the gadget-unfaithful, with the Bluetooth Multi-Device Keyboard K480 able to switch between three different devices at the caress of a dial. Intended to jump between your PC or Mac, your tablet, and your phone - or any other combination of devices, in fact - the K480 also finds room for shortcuts for the more popular platforms.

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Touch+ hands-on: Someone finally gets gesture control right

Touch+ hands-on: Someone finally gets gesture control right

Touchscreens work for tablets and phones, but getting your fingers involved with notebooks and PCs can be trickier, something Kickstarter success Ractiv believes it has fixed with its Touch+ motion tracking sensor bar. Eschewing the vague waving of Leap Motion, Touch+ takes a top-down approach by creating a virtual multitouch layer right on top of the keyboard. I caught up with the team behind the sensor to find out more on the path from crowdsourcing to shipping a commercial product now.

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SlickWraps Xbox One, PS4 Controller Light Bar Wraps Review

SlickWraps Xbox One, PS4 Controller Light Bar Wraps Review

The Xbox One and PlayStation 4 accessory markets are in full swing, with groups like SlickWraps bringing their device-covering designs to the market in all shapes and sizes. Today what we’re having a peek at is a couple of "wraps" made for the Xbox One wireless controller and the PlayStation 4 DualShock 4 controller. In addition to the wrap, the SlickWraps also bring the heat to the DS4’s Light Bar, mustache style.

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Resident Audio T4 is Thunderbolt-powered multichannel interface

Resident Audio T4 is Thunderbolt-powered multichannel interface

Thunderbolt isn't just for speedy external storage or daisy-chaining displays, and Resident Audio is aiming to take advantage of all that bandwidth on Macs and select PCs with its new T4. Billed as the world's first multichannel Thunderbolt audio interface that's also bus-powered, the much-anticipated T4 kicks off a new Resident Audio brand, and is targeted at musicians as well as podcasters.

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