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  • Online 4 out of 5

    Kensington SlimBlade TrackBall review

    By 28 July 2009

    TrackBalls are almost a thing of the past, making very few appearances on a modern desktop PC and mainly seen in those poorly built internet kiosks at airports. Just like the IBM ThinkPad's nipple style controller, there are a few die hard fans out there...

  • Audio 4 out of 5

    Kensington LiquidAUX Deluxe iPod car kit review

    By 19 February 2009

    If you have a car stereo with an auxiliary input and an iPod you may well have hooked your player up in your car in the past by simply running a cable to it and leaving the device sliding around in a storage compartment somewhere. This is far from ideal...

  • Gadgets 4 out of 5

    Kensington Ultra Thin Notebook Power Adapter review

    By 5 February 2009

    With laptops not always coming with a power pack that will last the lifetime of the computer, there is plenty of space for after-market replacements. Kensington have long been involved with notebook accessories and have an extensive line-up of power packs....

  • Online 4 out of 5

    Kensington ComboSaver Combination Notebook Lock Ultra review

    By 2 February 2009

    Notebooks have always been easy to pinch: their practicality is also their downfall. Kensington have been securing notebooks for many years, being the name in notebook security. Most notebooks features a Kensington lock slot, and many other devices such...

  • Online 3.5 out of 5

    Kensington MicroSaver Keyed Retractable Notebook Lock review

    By 30 January 2009

    If you are a mobile worker, then your worst nightmare is losing your laptop. One opportunist will see your work, research, contacts, perhaps even confidential documents, running away from you. Can the Kensington MicroSaver Keyed Retractable Notebook Lock...

  • Online 3.5 out of 5

    Kensington Ci10 Fit Wireless Notebook mouse review

    By 29 January 2009

    The last thing you want when you are on the move with your laptop is a big chunky mouse. There are a bewildering array of options vying for your cash, so is the Ci10 Fit mouse from Kensington worth a look? The Ci10 is a wireless laser notebook mouse,...

  • Online 3.5 out of 5

    GData Notebook Security 2008 - PC review

    By 28 August 2008

    Depending on which research you read, notebooks either outsell desktop PCs already or are expected to do so in the coming 12 months. With this growth in popularity it comes as no surprise to find notebook specific software now being released. GData Notebook...

  • Online 4 out of 5

    Kensington Contour Balance Notebook Case review

    By 6 June 2008

    Ladies, just because you've been asked to carry a notebook around by your employer doesn't mean you need to lose that female edge as this latest carry case from Kensington proves. There is no mistaking its feminine styling, as the shape manages to echo...

  • Online 3.5 out of 5

    Kensington SlimBlade Presenter Mouse review

    By 23 May 2008

    Kensington's SlimBlade range of accessories covers all aspects of computer peripherals and this mouse also doubles as a professional presentation tool. It’s an attractive device finished in metallic blue plastic. The smooth design feels like a pebble...

  • Online 3.5 out of 5

    Kensington SlimBlade Media Notebook Set review

    By 1 April 2008

    Kensington has designed its latest range of media sets with notebook owners in mind. The set consists of three elements: full-sized keyboard, a mouse and a numeric keypad. Connecting wirelessly, the idea is that you can leave the unit on your desk but...

  • Online 3.5 out of 5

    Kensington Auto Power Adapter with USB Power Port review

    By 27 February 2008

    How many gadgets do you carry around on a daily basis? There’s your mobile phone, music player and if you drive, even your satnav device. Inevitably, we're using our mobile gadgets for longer periods away from the home. This means we have to take an...

  • Audio 3.5 out of 5

    Kensington LiquidFm Deluxe iPod FM tuner review

    By 7 December 2007

    Using an iPod FM tuner in your car has been legal since 2006 and there are a variety of makes on the market but this latest version from Kensington is a little more stylish than most. It allows you to use a black radio frequency to broadcast the music...

  • Online 3.5 out of 5

    Kensington 70W Power Adapter for iPod, iBook and PowerBook review

    By 5 March 2006

    A laptop without power is a heavy paperweight, so Kensington has launched a new mutli-use power adapter that offers charging capability for the Apple PowerBook, iBook and the iPod all in one. Open the box and you are presented with the main power unit,...

  • Online 4 out of 5

    Kensington FlyLight 2.0 review

    By 1 June 2005

    USB this, USB that, it seems you can get a USB device that will service any needs and come in any shape or size you require. The Kensington FlyLight 2.0 is hoping to fill the touch-cum-desktop lamp space, but can it light up your work? We turn the lights...

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