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How to set up your new wireless mouse

Insert the Batteries – Find the door that covers the battery compartment and remove the batteries from their plastic casing.  Obviously, make sure that the batteries are properly aligned. Many mice these days feature Lithium-Ion batteries, which can only be inserted one way and are rechargeable.The wireless transmitter does NOT need batteries, as it draws …

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Logitech Performance MX Mouse Review

Logitech Performance MX aesthetics

Introduction The Performance MX mouse is Logitech’s top-end home office and business mouse on the market. Accessories include a charging cable, a USB wall charger, Logitech’s proprietary Unifying USB receiver, handbooks, a DVD with common software drivers, and a carry case, though the mouse doesn’t fit particularly well into the case. We tested this mouse …

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Microsoft Sidewinder X8 Review

Sidewinder vs razer mamba

Overview The Sidewinder X8 is the wireless, feature-packed, latest addition of Microsoft’s popular Sidewinder series.  It sports the same blocky, quasi-futuristic look of its predecessors, the strange vertical side button layout, and the general chrome-y feel of its ancestors. The first thing we noticed was how comfortable the mouse was.  It fits in your hand …

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New Logitech App: Phone as Wireless Remote

The screen when you use your iPhone as a wireless PC remote

Ever wanted to turn your iPhone into a wireless keyboard and trackpad?  I can’t say that I have, but Logitech has still written a new app that allows you to do just that.  This app works for any Apple or PC computer and works over wifi, so you can use to control your PC from …

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Razer Mamba Review

The mouse in its resting position, with LED lighting, makes any gaming station look better

Wireless technology has afforded us great conveniences. No longer are we slaves to wired telephones, wired internet, or even wired keyboards and mice. Unfortunately for the serious gamer, early wireless peripherals were not up to snuff. Their low polling rate, poor connection stability, and bad battery life made many gamers swear wireless technology off for …

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