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The Sensei Wireless is one of the best wireless gaming mice on the market; it’s also one of the most expensive.
For mobile users who enjoy a bit of challenge in their lives.
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.
X-Mouse Button Control gives you new ways to use your mouse.
The MadCatz Cyborg RAT 7 Albino is a full-featured, physically tweakable gaming mouse that you can alter to your exact preference.
Wacom’s image recording Inkling pen is fun, but it isn’t powerful enough for serious artists.
The Hori TAC3 mouse-and-keyboard combo promises PC first-person shooter fans a chance to dominate their PS3 brethren, but it doesn't work well enough to merit the $100 price tag.
The SteelSeries Sensei is a high-quality gaming mouse with lots of tweakable options and some very well-thought-out features, but at $90, it's definitely meant for serious gamers only.
Livescribe's Echo smartpen has been revamped to include shortcuts for sending notes to popular Web services, such as Facebook and Google Docs. The entry-level 2GB version now costs $99.
If you’re willing to shell out $160 for a controller, the MadCatz FightStick TE is an excellent choice; but if you’re on the fence, it probably won’t change your mind.
A little camouflage can make ordinary things a lot more intriguing. We found eight interesting and useful gadgets that are not exactly what they appear to be.
Although this document scanner offers easy and automated scanning to cloud-based services, its image quality could be better.
This scanner model offers easy one-button scanning, but has limited software and ADF capacity.