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Lenovo Multimedia Remote N5901

Lenovo Multimedia Remote N5901
Posted on November 14, 2011 by Sean Potter | Mouse and Keyboard, HTPC, Wireless, Input
There have been hundreds of different wireless input devices released over the last several years as home theater PCs have become more popular. The size, shape, and overall functionality of these devices has varied greatly. Lenovo, the successor to IBM's PC division, released the N5901 to set a new standard in wireless input, putting a mouse and keyboard in a form factor that can easily be manipulated with a single hand.

SteelSeries SP Professional Mouse Surface

SteelSeries SP Professional Mouse Surface
Posted on April 12, 2008 by Sean Potter | Mouse and Keyboard
SteelSeries has been making professional-grade gaming products for the last several years. They feature several lines of mice, headsets, mouse pads, and more. In November of 2007, they announced their latest professional mouse surface, the SteelSeries SP. The SP features durable construction and a texture optimized for optical and laser mice.

Saitek Obsidian Wireless Mouse

Saitek Obsidian Wireless Mouse
Posted on December 29, 2007 by Sean Potter | Mouse and Keyboard
Saitek was founded in 1979, and entered the PC gaming controller market in 1993. All these products are designed by gamers for gamers, to help them get the best out of their favourite PC games. Today we'll be looking at their Obsidian Wireless Mouse, which they claim is the ultimate rechargeable wireless mouse. The Obsidian has two separate rechargable batteries, and features a touch-sensitive scrolling mechanism.

Ratpadz XT

Ratpadz XT
Posted on August 18, 2007 by Sean Potter | Mouse and Keyboard
When it comes to mousepads, most gamer's will tell you the best is Ratpadz. Ratpadz has been dedicated to making gaming mousepads since 1999, and was one of the innovators for the mousepad surface industry. Now, Ratpadz original mousepad has been re-released as the Ratpadz XT. We're going to be looking at how the Ratpadz XT performs in everyday computing, gaming, and it's durability.
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