peripherals

Shogun Bros. updates Chameleon X-1 game mouse

Shogun Bros. updates Chameleon X-1 game mouse

Shogun Bros. announced an update to its Chameleon X-1 gaming mouse that doubles as a full 16-button game controller as well as a wireless presenter. This new version adds a rubberized coating for improved grip and durability, a revised button layout for improved remote control operation, and a longer battery life.

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Logitech unveils Wireless TouchPad for Windows

Logitech unveils Wireless TouchPad for Windows

Logitech has taken a page from Apple by offering its own version of the Magic Trackpad, but designed for Windows PCs. The device is simply called the Logitech Wireless Touchpad and provides a 5-inch multi-touch surface free of any physical buttons. However, its looks are certainly a lot less elegant than its Mac counterpart.

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Wacom Inkling converts ink drawings to digital

Wacom Inkling converts ink drawings to digital

Wacom has long been known in the digital art community for its array of peripherals, especially its digital pen tablets. Drawing with a digital stylus is easier than with a mouse obviously, but still, nothing compares to drawing with a real pen on paper. And that is exactly what Wacom will address with its latest product called the Inkling.

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Canon unveils two new PIXMA wireless All-in-One photo printers

Canon unveils two new PIXMA wireless All-in-One photo printers

Canon is adding two new PIXMA wireless All-in-One (AIO) photo printers to their lineup with models MG8220 and MG6220. These printers are affordable and yet offer great design and convenient wireless connectivity for printing from anywhere as well as accessing images from the web without having to touch your computer. An added bonus is the updated software that now includes Easy-PhotoPrint EX and Full HD Movie Print.

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ThinkGeek iCADE iPad arcade cabinet finally gets shipping date

ThinkGeek iCADE iPad arcade cabinet finally gets shipping date

One of ThinkGeek's most popular April Fools' jokes of recent years has been the iCADE arcade cabinet for the iPad, and having been green-lighted the retro peripheral is finally going on sale. ThinkGeek has just told us that pre-orders for the iCADE kick off today, with the cabinet expected to ship from May 20.

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Square Reader lands in Apple Store (& they’ll pay you to buy it)

Square Reader lands in Apple Store (& they’ll pay you to buy it)

Mobile payments system Square may not be on VeriFone's Christmas card list, but it seems someone at Apple has a soft spot for the system. Square CEO Jack Dorsey has confirmed that, as of this week, the reader dongle will be available in all US Apple stores, priced at $9.95, as well as online.

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Tobii PCEye adds eye-tracking to your existing monitor

Tobii PCEye adds eye-tracking to your existing monitor

Tobii grabbed headlines back in March with their eye-controlled laptop, using a sensor bar under the display to track eye movement and map it to the mouse cursor. Now the company has a version designed for those people who already have a monitor they're happy with, the Tobii PCEye, hooked up with a simple USB cable.

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Visioneer Mobility cordless scanner scans anywhere

Visioneer Mobility cordless scanner scans anywhere

If you are a business type that needs to be able to scan all sorts of things from documents to receipts on the go a portable scanner is essential .Visioneer has a new scanner that is perfect for the mobile pro called the Visioneer Mobility. This cordless scanner needs no computer, cables, or drivers to scan documents and other media. It scans directly to a SD card or a USB flash drive rather than a PC.

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Verbatim Mini Wireless Slim Keyboard and Mouse for your portable gear debuts

Verbatim Mini Wireless Slim Keyboard and Mouse for your portable gear debuts

Verbatim has pulled a matched pair of smallish peripherals out of its pocket for those of you that need some small stuff to travel with caleld the Mini Wireless Slim Keyboard and Mouse. The new mouse and keyboard are sized for portability and the keyboard has a laptop style layout. The gear is wireless too.

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Apple To Drop Some Games And Peripherals From Retail Stores?

Apple To Drop Some Games And Peripherals From Retail Stores?

The next time you step inside your local Apple Store, you may experience an even more immaculate space at the already minimalist tech haven and find additional areas for personalized customer support. Inside sources quoted by The Loop, suggest that Apple Stores will be eliminating over 30 boxed games along with some hardware items from their retail shelves very soon. All this is to make more room for helping customers setup their new purchases.

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Gefen unveils new dual Link DVI to mini DisplayPort adapter

Gefen unveils new dual Link DVI to mini DisplayPort adapter

Gefen is sort of like the App Store for cables and adapters; they have a cable or adapter for everything. The latest adapter from Gefen has surfaced and it is a converter that turns a Dual Link DVI into a Mini DisplayPort. The adapter is designed to work with both Windows and Mac computers. The adapter also has audio support as well.

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EFO Wireless Google TV keyboard/remote ideal for Logitech Revue

EFO Wireless Google TV keyboard/remote ideal for Logitech Revue

We were reasonably impressed by Logitech's Revue when we reviewed the Google TV STB last year, but one of our main concerns was how living room friendly the standard wireless keyboard remote was. Logitech will happily sell you its mini controller, but at $129 it's a whole lot more expensive than EFO's wireless Google TV keyboard.

Video demo after the cut

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