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Peripherals Reviews

Community Review: Electric Magic Ultra Slim IPS 13.3 inch Portable LED Monitor

This review has been supplied by forum member Nightblade! We thank him for this excellent read. If a community member wishes to produce front page content, please message Confusis (John) on the forum for more information! This review is going to be built on top of my initial impressions here. So…what can I say about this monitor? I am impressed? astounded? amazed? perhaps all of them. If I...

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Drevo’s Calibur – 70% Keyboard, 100% Mechanical

Recently, we reviewed the Drevo Tyrfing V2, a US$60 keyboard competing with the big guns. Hot on the heels of this, across the test bench slides in the Drevo Calibur, a Bluetooth 70% tenkeyless board with a similar featureset, but smaller! At US$55.99 on Drevo’s official web store, ArmYourDesk.com, the Calibur is a slightly cheaper keyboard than the aforementioned Tyrfing V2, but it sits in...

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Drevo’s Tyrfing V2 Mechanical Keyboard – Rock Solid Value

I’m relatively new to the world of modern mechanical keyboards. I note “modern” as I am well versed in the feel and use of early IBM, Amiga and Commodore keyboards of various types! I’ve been watching the modern keyboard market with interest though, with the various switch manufacturers offering various options depending on how you wish your board to feel, sound and look...

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Canon’s Selphy CP1200 – SFF Printing!

And now for something a little different. Whilst we enjoy reviewing graphics cards, motherboards and cases, they aren’t everything that makes up our computing experience. From keyboards, to mice, monitors and printers, there are many other devices that complete our desktop. Without these, our SFF systems would be useless, fancy little boxes with no input or output. I’ve long been a...

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Logitech M185 Wireless Mouse Review – A SFF Mouse?!

A few weeks ago, the bluetooth mouse we use for our HTPC failed. In the search for a replacement (we were never really happy with the previous mouse) the Logitech M185 Wireless Mouse became the chosen candidate. System Requirements Logitech lists support for Windows Vista, 7, 8, or 10, Mac OS X 10.5 or later, Chrome OS and Linux kernel 2.6+. Of course, the system does need a USB port – 2.0...