While mousepads became a commodity ages ago, and many don't even bother with them these days, if you're a gamer or designer that needs precise control with a mouse the Razer eXactMat could be of interest to you. Following is a review of the Razer eXactMat.
Razer is a pretty well known, and rapidly growing company, dedicated to creating peripherals designed for the most hardcore of gamers, and the people who just like their products to stand out in the crowd. The Razer Copperhead is the successor to their legendary mouse, the Diamondback. The Copperhead is the only mouse in the Razer lineup powered by a Laser tracking engine, and performs very well because of it.
The Logitech VX Revolution is the notebook mouse that will answer your prayers. Using Logitech's new MicroGear™ Precision Scroll Wheel, you can scroll at unbelievable speeds for up to seven seconds with a single flick of the scroll wheel. But don't forget the other features, including forward/backward buttons, a zoom slider, a search button, application switch button, performance laser, and a comfortable, sculpted body. Logitech has built what could be the nicest notebook mouse ever.
The Targus Mini Kaleidoscope Mouse is an optical mouse with a retractable cord similar to the Kensington Ci25m I recently reviewed. This mini mouse however comes with a twist. It lights up and shifts through 7 different colors. When I first saw the Targus Mini Kaleidoscope connected to a display model at Best Buy I decided I couldn’t live without a colorful, flashing mouse so I picked it up for $24.60.
The Targus CityGear Chicago notebook backpack is a spacious and professional high-end bag intended for carrying notebooks up to 15.4”. It is very durable and has numerous compartments and innovative features. Although somewhat high priced, it is worth the cost due to the quality and features.
If you ask most people, “What is one of the most annoying things about owning a laptop?” A large portion of them will reply with the same answer, "using the touchpad". However, this problem can be easily remedied by purchasing the Kensington Si750m Wireless Notebook Laser Mouse.
Like most notebook owners, I recently became aware of a need for more storage space. The proliferation in digital media such as video, music & high resolution images has resulted in a corresponding increase in demand for storage space. Notebook computers often come equipped with smaller hard drives than their desktop cousins, and their closed chassis makes upgrading the existing drive a task few owners wish to consider. We therefore turn to external means such as USB flash keys, optical media, online backup or, as we look at here: external hard-drives.
Touchpads and pointing sticks just aren't as easy to use as a mouse, so a mouse will continue to go along with portable notebook computers for the ride. With wireless mice seemingly taking over the portable market, and taking into account my previous bad luck with that breed, I’m happy to see a low-priced corded mouse like the Kensington Ci25m on the market.
If you are like me, you use many different devices with your notebook, such as a printer, external mouse and keyboard, thumb drive, MP3 player, external hard drive, and so on. What do all of these have in common? They all use USB, and you can quickly run out of ports if you need to use several of those devices at once. The Kensington PocketHub Mini 2.0, which retails at $19.99 USD, tries to fill this need.
The Kensington Si650m is a new wireless notebook mouse from Kensington for those of you yearning to break free from the constraints that a corded mouse provides while on the go. Being a current happy Kensington notebook mouse owner, I was interested in seeing how the new mouse would stack up. The Si650m is a good choice for those looking for an inexpensive wireless notebook mouse.
The Kensington Contour Terrain Notebook Backpack is a new offering in Kensington's product line up. Designed to hold 15.4" notebooks and still be able to carry plenty of extras, this $49.99 backpack is a solid offering that should interest students, executives, and travelers alike.
Kensington has been a mainstay in notebook accessories market for a long time, and their experience shows in its Ci65m Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse. Available at many online retailers and brick and mortar stores, the Ci65m has a retail price of $29.99USD. Included with the mouse are the USB adapter, two AA batteries, and a small manual that details how to make a connection, where to get the optional MouseWorks software, and an explanation of the five-year limited warranty.
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