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AmazonBasics wireless keyboard review: A quiet, affordable alternative to clacking keys

The AmazonBasics Wireless Keyboard, which Amazon trumpets as “quiet and compact,” could be just the thing for this age of open workspaces, when even the clattering of a keyboard can feel intrusive.

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8 ways the Apple Pencil 2 is better than the original

The Apple Pencil 2 doesn’t look hugely different from its predecessor, but that’s merely a well-crafted illusion.

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Qwerkytoys Qwerkywriter S Keyboard review: Great typing experience accompanied by whimsical features

The Qwerkywriter S' vintage good looks and butter-smooth mechanical keys would make it enticing, but a number of design decisions reduces what could be a fabulous keyboard to a whimsical—but functional—conversation starter.

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Logitech Crayon review: An Apple Pencil alternative that can take a punch

If you can stand a couple of restrictions, Logitech’s iPad stylus is ideal for schools or busy environments.

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Fnatic Streak RGB review: A gaming keyboard that punches well above its price

The esports company finally made an esports-worthy peripheral. The Fnatic Streak is, as of this moment, probably the best bang-for-your-buck RGB keyboard on the market.

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Microsoft's Classic Intellimouse updates 2003's iconic mouse for the modern era

Microsoft's Classic Intellimouse is based on the Intellimouse 3.0, one of the first mice to be optimized for gamers and professionals. Now, it's received an under-the-hood tune-up with modern sensors.

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Penclic Mini Keyboard KB3 review: One set of keys for all your devices

The Penclic Mini Keyboard KB3 is an attractive portable keyboard that switches seamlessly between Windows, MacOS, Android, and iOS.

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Logitech MX Master 2S vs. Microsoft Surface Precision Mouse: Which $100 mouse is worth it

We pit the Logitech MX Master 2S against the Microsoft Surface Precision Mouse to determine which is the best mouse to buy, in terms of comfort, ergonomics, features, and software support.

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Logitech MX vs. Microsoft Surface Precision Mouse: What makes a $100 mouse worth the money

We compare the Logitech MX and Microsoft Surface Precision Mouse. Both offer a lot of features for their $100 price, but it's actually the unique software capabilities that make them worth the money.

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Samsung's Galaxy S9 debuts with big changes to DeX

Samsung's new DeX Pad makes significant changes to the original DeX dock, which allows you to use your phone as a desktop computer. The makeover coincides with the launch of the Galaxy S9 and S9+.

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Loupedeck review: Puts Adobe Lightroom Classic CC's controls at your fingertips

This photo editing console helps increase your productivity by allowing you to focus on your working instead of hunting for software controls.

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Azio Retro Classic review: Backlit mechanical keyboard offers vintage style

The Azio Retro Classic brings the elegance of vintage typewriters to a comfortable luxury, backlit mechanical keyboard that works with Mac or PC layouts.

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Razer's HyperFlux Mamba is a self-charging mouse with no wires and no battery

Razer's answer to Logitech's Powerplay mousepad and mice is here, but with a twist: There's no battery inside the HyperFlux Mamba. It's powered directly from the new Razer Firefly HyperFlux, and that's it.

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Astropad Studio review: Use your iPad Pro as a digitizer for your Mac

Astropad Studio is an impressive way to incorporate pen input into Mac drawing or image editing.

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Keymand review: Turn your iPad into a keyboard shortcut powerhouse for your Mac

Keymand turns your iPad into a personalized Mac accessory with up to 256 one-tap keyboard shortcut buttons for each Mac application, complete with custom names and colors.

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