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Belkin's Flip-DVI-D: too good to be true?
This cute little device seemed to be tailor-made for our needs: it's a dual-port switch that handles four kinds of inputs: USB keyboard, USB mouse,...
Microsoft's Wireless IntelliMouse Explorer 2.0
IN 1996, Microsoft forever changed the mouse by introducing its first scroll wheel....
Bytecc's Zippy EL-610 keyboard
GENERALLY SPEAKING, keyboards aren't all that exciting. Some are louder than others, some...
USB KVM switch comparison
USB PERIPHERALS have become increasingly popular among both PC enthusiasts and mainstream users....
Belkin's Nostromo n50 and n30 game controllers
FIRST-PERSON SHOOTERS HAVE pushed the technology envelope more than any other game genre,...
TR's four-port KVM switch comparo
So many of us PC enthusiast types use more than one computer on a...
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|Gigabyte offers a sneak peek at a future AMD motherboard at CES||15|
|Thesaurus Day Shortbread||3|
|Thursday deals: an 850 EVO, great mobos, cheap RAM, and more||11|
|iOS will get an off switch for iPhone anti-blackout measures||13|
|Intel security patches could cause restarts on hardware old and new||17|
|Samsung fires up its foundries for mass production of GDDR6 memory||23|
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|David Kanter dissects Intel's 22-nm FinFET Low Power process tech||15|
|On look, an InSpectre Gadget.||+87|