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PowerCube Extended USB

PowerCube Extended USB review: Quirky and efficient, but no surge protection

My search for the perfect power strip continues.

100 dollar headphones

$100-headphone review: What does a Benjamin get you?

You don't have to spend a lot to get great headphones. We tested six full-size models that each cost less than $100 (one of them significantly less), and we came away impressed by what you can get.

f5hero

Adam F5 review: A terrific and affordable powered audio-monitor system

Adam's F5 is a powered, near-field monitor small enough for a medium-sized desk. When properly positioned, you'd be hard pressed to find a better sounding speaker for the price.

audioquest dragonfly dac

USB DAC review: Six compact components for upgrading your computer’s audio

The speakers and headphones you've spent hard-earned money on don't sound as good as they could, because your computer's audio hardware is likely mediocre. These compact accessories are easy audio upgrades.

Ergotron WorkFit-A

Ergotron WorkFit-A review: Have a seat or stand at attention with your Mac

Designed for Apple iMacs or Apple displays, this kit lets you sit or stand at your desk, but it comes with a case of the jiggles.

on macworld.com

Tripp-Lite TLP606DMUSB

Tripp-Lite TLP606DMUSB review: This surge suppressor clamps to your desk

Tired of crawling on the floor every time you need to plug or unplug a device? Tripp-Lite has a better idea.

Live la vida wireless with these slick Windows 8-optimized keyboards and mice

Ditch the tangled mess and go wireless with cool new peripherals that sport a dongle rather than a wire.

Review: Razer's Naga 2014 gaming mouse makes 17 buttons look good

Does anyone need a 17-button mouse? Razer thinks so, and I’m inclined to agree.

Review: Cintiq 13HD is a lovely small-screen addition to your workspace

Wacom's smallest and most-affordable Cintiq has many charms going for it—but it's held back by its lack of Multi-Touch capability.

on macworld.com

Review: Bass runs in the family with Logitech UE 4000 and UE 6000 headphones

Logitech's UE 4000 and UE 6000 use different designs: The UE 4000 is an on-ear headphone, while the UE 6000 is an over-ear, noise-canceling model. But they're otherwise similar, with very good midrange and treble that can be obscured by too much bass.

on techhive.com

Review: Attractive Locus Workstation standing desk an excellent choice

The Focal Upright Locus Workstation is a complete standing, height adjustable ergonomic workstation whose functionality is matched only by its sleek design.

Review: Das Keyboard's Professional Model S Quiet is a mechancial keyboard that won't annoy your coworkers

Mechanical keyboards are just better. They last longer, type better, and give a more satisfying typing experience—but they're loud. Das Keyboard decided enough was enough and released the Professional Model S Quiet, a mechanical keyboard that isn't hell on the ears.

Humongous is here: 'Eyes-on' with three 29-inch displays

Go wide—really, really wide. Like 2560 by 1080 pixels and 21:9 aspect ratio. These huge displays will change the way you work.