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Thrustmaster RGT Force Feedback Pro Clutch Edition
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If you are in the market for a new steering wheel for your PC racing games, odds are you will be looking to either Logitech or Thrustmaster. Five years ago you would have had quite a few choices to pick from, now you are limited to a handful of models from one of two companies. Today Benchmark Reviews will be taking a look at one of those options, the Thrustmaster RGT Force Feedback Pro Clutch Edition. On paper, this new wheel sounds great, but can it deliver when your trying to hold that perfect line through the corners. Let's take a closer look and find out.

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Microsoft 69R-00001 Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000
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Microsoft is a big name in the computer industry best known for designing computer software and peripherals. There has been fierce competition in the notebook peripheral market and Microsoft has been one of the main leaders in this category, and the demand for feature rich mice is always on the rise. Today at Benchmark Reviews we have the new Blue-tooth Notebook Mouse from Microsoft which come with an ergonomic design, battery life indicator, and 1000 dpi high definition laser technology. Join us as we take a look at the new Microsoft 69R-00001 Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000.

Microsoft 69R-00001 Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000

 
Logitech G15 2007 Programmable LCD Gaming Keyboard
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The computer keyboard is the first and longest standing peripheral hardware device to exist in our industry. Very few changes have altered the way casual users interact with their personal computer. But this is the new age of gaming-grade hardware, and basic equipment is not on the parts list. Logitech introduces the G15 2007 Programmable LCD Gaming Keyboard 920-000379, and Benchmark Reviews tests it with a few of the more popular video games.

Not many peripheral products can qualify as true gaming keyboards; especially since the majority of these products just simply add bold colors or large keys. Logitech takes the process more seriously, and the new and improved G15 (Revision 2 aka 2007) Programmable LCD Gaming Keyboard offers hardcore gamers something to take them to the next level.

Logitech G15 2007 Programmable LCD Gaming Keyboard 920-000379

 
Logitech G9 3200 dpi Laser USB Gaming Mouse
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Ever since I first laid my hand on the funny pointing device attached to the Apple Mac back in the forth grade, I felt that computers would always seem to be approachable. I think that most of us probably started this way, and eventually learned our way around the rest of the landscape. Times have changed, and now many of us require, nay demand, something more from our peripheral hardware than simple functions. The Logitech G9 3200 dpi Laser USB Gaming Mouse 910-000173 has arrived on the scene and Benchmark Reviews is ready to point and click... boom, head-shot!

Logitech G9 3200 dpi Laser USB Gaming Mouse 910-000173

 
Thrustmaster Dual Trigger 3-in-1 Rumble Force Gamepad
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The game controller in your hand can make all the difference, sometimes between liking a game, and loving it, or just for getting the game to do what you intend. Is the controller designed well? Does it slip in your hands? Is it built well? Does it allow customizing of its buttons? Some controllers offer features others don't. Scheduled to be released in September 2007, just in time for the holidays, the Thrustmaster Dual Trigger 3 in 1 Controllers represent their latest with six axis of movement. Benchmark Reviews offers an early review of the 'Rumble Force' version. It offers vibration feedback in addition to full PS2/PS3 and PC compatibility, button/mini-stick/d-pad reprogramming, new-generation mini-sticks, and all in a controller that is comfortable to hold and use.

Thrustmaster Dual Trigger 3-in-1 Rumble Force Gamepad for PC / PS2 / PS3

 
RatPadz XT and GS Gaming Surface Mouse Pads
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RatPadz was one of the early innovators to the mousing surface industry, with product releases dating back to 1999. Now, more than eight years later the market has seen a myriad of surfaces claiming everything imaginable, but the RatPadz GS and XT Mousing Surface continue to provide gamers and enthusiasts with a solid solution for fast and comfortable mousing surfaces. Benchmark Reviews investigates the RatPadz series, which makes no performance claims at all but seems to still deliver big results.

RatPadz GS and XT Mousing Surface
 
Hiper HCK-1K18A-US Black "Darkness" Alloy USB Keyboard
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Most experts would agree that at the very top of the personal equipment list there are three peripheral devices: the mouse, keyboard, and the display. Keyboards often seem to be either the very first or the very last personal equipment upgrade for computer enthusiasts. Benchmark Reviews see's the reason for this growing market which fights for your desktop space, and examines the Hiper HCK-1K18A-US Black Alloy USB Keyboard.

Hiper HCK-1K18A-US Black Alloy USB Keyboard
 
Logitech Cordless Desktop LX 710 Keyboard & Laser Mouse
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Logitech has been around long enough to be considered a pioneer in the peripheral hardware industry. Originally producing products for top-tier OEM's such as Dell, the retail market soon followed; and not long afterwards people like me had three-piece 2.1 speaker systems with optical pointing devices and multi-function keyboards. Through constant innovation and persistent trail-and-error research with new product styles Logitech has helped to shape the peripheral hardware industry as we know it today. Continuing in their evolving development of consumer preferred products, Logitech offers the Cordless Desktop LX 710 Laser mouse and keyboard set designed for multitasking professionals and computing enthusiasts.

Logitech Cordless Desktop LX 710 Keyboard & Laser Mouse

 
nMedia MCESKB 2.4GHz Wireless Slim Trackball Keyboard
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nMedia System has delivered big with the MCESKB second generation wireless keyboard. By using the 2.4GHz Radio Frequency (RF) wireless signal, mobility of the new HTPC keyboard is much improved over the previous version. Do not ignore the importance of this RF Wireless Keyboard in any HTPC or Media Center PC system building because it is actually critical for functionality. There is great convenience in controlling an HTPC from the comfort of the couch. Sure, remotes will help browse the menu and flip channels, but an RF keyboard is a must-have device in terms of data input or computing. The 2.4GHz RF signal will enable your keyboard to communicate at any angle without difficulty. Learn how we tested the nMedia System MCESKB wireless trackball keyboard in this review.

nMedia MCESKB 2.4GHz Wireless Slim Trackball Keyboard

 
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