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Cyborg RAT 9 fires into view

Cyborg RAT 9 fires into view

By 20 August 2010

Fresh from unveiling its Call of Duty: Black Ops peripherals range, Mad Catz also used Gamescom as the opportunity to unleash its latest high-end gaming mouse onto the world. The Cyborg RAT 9 is the upgrade to the RAT 7 which was launched at CES back... >>

Logitech MK520 mouse and keyboard combo

Logitech MK520 mouse and keyboard combo

By 12 August 2010

Just because you slap a "magic" tag in front of a new product it doesn't necessarily mean that it will perform miracles. And just because something is revolutionary, it doesn't mean that people won't still have a need for the traditional. And that is... >>

Microsoft unveils Wireless Mobile Mouse 3000v2: It's not "magic" though

Microsoft unveils Wireless Mobile Mouse 3000v2: It's not "magic" though

By 28 July 2010

Oh dear. Can someone in the Redmond area of Washington peddle over to One Microsoft Way and tell Bill and the gang that mice (or should that be mouses) are so 2009. They obviously haven't heard the news that trackpads are where it's at now - and magical... >>

DosPara and Mouse Computer launch rival notebooks

DosPara and Mouse Computer launch rival notebooks

By 7 November 2008

It seems there's a new netbook launched every day at the moment, and here's two more. First up is the LuvBook U100, which Akihabara News has given the dubious title of "a netbook with the price of a notebook". Not a good start. For the equivalent of 630... >>

Mouse delivers 15.4 inch laptop - the m-Book P650

Mouse delivers 15.4 inch laptop - the m-Book P650

By 13 August 2008

Here is the latest from Japan-based Mouse Computer. The m-Book P650 is a 15.4 inch (WSXGA+) notebook. It is available in different versions with either a Core 2 Duo P8600, T9400 or T9600, as well with either 2 or 4GB of RAM. All three version have a 250GB... >>

Mouse Computer to launch 10-inch LuvBook

Mouse Computer to launch 10-inch LuvBook

By 27 June 2008

The latest Eee-a-like to hit the global market in the now seemingly inevitable onslaught of netbook computers is the cutesy "LuvBook" from Mouse Computer. Just announced, Mouse will launch its Atom-based mini-notebook PC, the U100, into the Japanese market... >>


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