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Xbox One and PS4 keyboard and mouse integration being hacked with XIM4

Xbox One and PS4 keyboard and mouse integration being hacked with XIM4

While users of both the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4 will still be using standard controllers for first-person-shooters for the foreseeable future, the creator of XIM is hard at work hacking. A fellow by the name OBsIV has created a hardware system called “Xbox Input Machine” - having started this project approximately 6 years ago on the Xbox 360 - now appearing on the Xbox One and potentially the PS4 as well.

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Mionix Avior 7000 ambidextrous gaming mouse arrives highly ergonomically

Mionix Avior 7000 ambidextrous gaming mouse arrives highly ergonomically

Arriving in the most ambidextrous form possible, the Mionix Avior 7000 has shown itself in the market for the first time this week as a lefty or righty best-in-class gaming mouse for the whole world. This is the newest in a collection of gaming accessories made by the company to conform to the smoothest and quickest in gaming-level response.

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ORIGIN PC releases custom gaming keyboard, mouse, mouse mat

ORIGIN PC releases custom gaming keyboard, mouse, mouse mat

The custom PC gaming company ORIGIN PC has released three new PC gaming peripherals designed to look as sleek as they perform. The BlackWidow Ultimate keyboard ($140) and Taipan mouse ($80) are solid pieces of gaming hardware with some handy gaming features built-in, and the Goliathus mouse mat ($20) gives you smooth, reliable control in any gaming style. All three are now available at the ORIGIN PC Gear Shop.

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Razer unveils lineup of Battlefield 4 branded gaming peripherals and accessories

Razer unveils lineup of Battlefield 4 branded gaming peripherals and accessories

Razer has been making some very interesting gaming peripherals for a long time including a number of mice and keyboards designed specifically for gamers. We talked about the new Razer Tartarus gamepad in August. Razer has announced a new series of Battlefield 4 themed gaming peripherals and accessories designed for fans of the video game who also need high-quality products to game with. The series includes headphones, a keyboard, mouse pads, a mouse, and more.

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Gyration Air Mouse Go Plus controls computers from up to 100 feet away

Gyration Air Mouse Go Plus controls computers from up to 100 feet away

Gyration has been making mice designed to control computers from a distance for a number of years. The company has announced its latest mouse called the Air Mouse Go Plus that is designed to control computers from up to 100 feet away. The mouse is compatible with Windows or Mac computers.

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Logitech Wireless Mouse M560 is ambidextrous and designed for Windows 8

Logitech Wireless Mouse M560 is ambidextrous and designed for Windows 8

Logitech has been making some of the most popular mice, keyboards, speakers, and other peripherals on the market for a number of years. The company has mouse for just about every need and every user. Logitech has unveiled its latest mouse called the Wireless Mouse M560.

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Steve Jobs’ Lisa Mouse discovered in lost time capsule buried in 1983

Steve Jobs’ Lisa Mouse discovered in lost time capsule buried in 1983

Way back in 1983, a time tube was buried in conjunction with the 1983 International Design Conference in Aspen, Colorado. When the tube was buried it was supposed to have been dug up in 2000 and the contents revealed to the public. However, changes in the landscape meant that the tube was lost.

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Logitech Unveils Ultrathin Touch Mouse T630/631

Logitech Unveils Ultrathin Touch Mouse T630/631

Logitech has been producing some of the best mice for gaming and general computer use on the market for a number of years. Logitech has rolled out its latest rodent called the Ultrathin Touch Mouse. The new mouse is designed specifically for users looking for a sleek and svelte mouse to match their thin Ultrabook or Mac computer.

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Logitech G602 wireless gaming mouse dishes 250 hours of battery life

Logitech G602 wireless gaming mouse dishes 250 hours of battery life

Aiming to "dispel wireless gaming myths" with its ability to work with 250 hours of "gaming battery life" as well as a new Delta Zero sensor, the Logitech G602 arrives this week. This device is indeed a wireless gaming mouse, connecting to your computer with its own unique wireless protocol (with a 2.4GHz wireless connection) - similar to that of the G peripherals announced earlier this year. This mouse offers up to 2 meters/second (80ips) with Logitech Gaming Software and it works with both Windows and Mac operating systems right out of the box.

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Microsoft Sculpt desktop accessories offer health-centric ergonomic designs

Microsoft Sculpt desktop accessories offer health-centric ergonomic designs

Those who spend any significant amount of time every day at their desk know the discomfort that can result from an improper work setup, whether it be a stiff back or a pinched nerve. Such was reflected in a Healthy Computing Survey conducted by Microsoft, which it made available today to coincide with the launch of two ergonomic desktop accessories: the Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop and the Sculpt Comfort Desktop.

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Razer Naga gaming mouse reboot brings a tilting scroll wheel to the mix

Razer Naga gaming mouse reboot brings a tilting scroll wheel to the mix

Supposing you needed a full number pad on the side of your gaming mouse, there's a brand new piece of equipment coming from Razer that you may want to have a peek at. This is the rebooted Naga MMO mouse, complete with a grip that's made to work for righties and lefties - and mechanical switches galore. There's a set of bright colorful lights around this accessory too, of course, so you can shine brightly beside your top-tier gaming rig with the LEDs all around.

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Doug Engelbart, inventor of the mouse, passes at 88

Doug Engelbart, inventor of the mouse, passes at 88

Though trackpads and touchscreens are slowly replacing the industrious little device, we've all used a mouse at one point or another, and they can found in tens of thousands of offices and homes across the globe, having served as a vital bit of modern computing for decades. Last night, the device's inventor, Doug Engelbart, passed away at the age of 88 in his sleep.

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