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August 30, 2006

Review: MacAlly iKeySlim

As the Mac mini does not come with a keyboard or mouse, many companies are offering products to fill this gap rather than letting you give Apple your money. MacAlly has taken the laptop-keys-on-a-regular-keyboard design of the iceKey, dropped the price, and simplified the design in the iKeySlim.

January 2, 2006

Review: Matias USB 2.0 Keyboard

What happens when you take an already fairly-good keyboard and combine it with a USB 2.0 extension cable? Well, in most cases you’d have some tangled wires and something that makes a hard-to-reach USB 2.0 port easier to access.

December 19, 2005

Review: Griffin AirClick

This review was originally written in May, but 7 months later we had to update some things to include the newest version of the AirClick, designed to be used with the Dock Connector on Fourth- or Fifth-Generation iPods. Below is the original review with the facts updated.

September 29, 2005

Review: Kensington PilotMouse Optical Pro

A few months ago, we reviewed Kensington’s Expert Mouse, a $100 trackball, that has easily become one of our favorite input devices. Unfortunately, not everyone wants to spend that much on something like that, no matter how good it is, so we decided to look at one of Kensington’s lower-end offerings, the $25 PilotMouse Optical […]

June 3, 2005

Review: Déck Keyboard

With the advent of USB, many peripherals work with both Macs and PCs. This, along with OS X’s built-in universal drivers, has opened up Mac users to a wide range of keyboards and mice, some that aren’t even specifically designed for Macs.