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Logitech Easy-Switch Keyboard & Rechargeable Trackpad for Mac

The typical Mac user’s desktop setup is a uniform of brushed aluminum, displayed with pride and reverence. Many accessory makers have tried break into the clique with lures of enhancements — but few take the bait, for fear of marring their Cupertino livery.

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Logitech Washable Keyboard

Keyboards are underrated and mistreated. Face it: the thing your fingers are resting next to right now is absolutely filthy -- you disgusting pig, you. Luckily for you, the Logitech Washable Keyboard ($40) can be cleansed of its grime, just

Making Home Theater Computing That Much Easier

Adesso Wireless SlimTouch Mini Touchpad Keyboard for Mac

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Recently when we purchased a Mac Mini to use mainly as a home theater computer in our lab, we started searching for a great wireless keyboard that would make navigating the computer from the couch an easy affair. After a

Swedx Wood TV/Monitor, Keyboard and Mouse

swedx-wood-19-inch-monitor-keyboard-mouse.jpgSome guys like their accessories in cool black. Some like them in smooth stainless steel. And some like them sheathed in wood. (?) For those that prefer lumber and lacquer over brushed and midnight, then looking into Swedx wood peripherals might be the best

Kensington Ci70 Keyboard

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I work on a laptop every day. Granted it's hooked up to an Apple Cinema Display and an Apple Keyboard, but I purposely got the new Apple Keyboard that emulates the keys found in the newer MacBooks and MacBook Air (which for sake of

Optimus Maximus Keyboard

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The Optimus Maximus keyboard. It's finally available. Beyond sounding like a former Radio Shack product or a new Transformers character you should know that this is something you're going to want as

Panic Button

panicbutton.jpgEvery office has one of those co-workers who gets panicked at the idea of a computer error. At the next office gift exchange make sure you get them the Panic Button. Even better: buy one, put it on their keyboard, sit back and