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Radius Atomic Bass Earphones for iPhone Review  - PCstats.com Radius Atomic Bass Earphones for iPhone Review
Mon, August 03 2009 | 12:03PM | PermaLink Feedback?
“We all know that the "stock" earphones that come with most products are not the best. The iPhone is not any different, the earphones that are included are good, but nothing great. There are so many third party earphone's made specifically for the iPhone it is hard to choose. Well Radius has sent us their Atomic Bass Earphones for iPhone that have a quite low retail price compared to other earphone's out there. Let's see if they are actually a good deal or their price reflects their performance and quality."
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Review of Logitech Wireless Desktop MK710 keyboard and mouse combo - PCstats.com Review of Logitech Wireless Desktop MK710 keyboard and mouse combo
Thu, June 10 2010 | 9:03AM | PermaLink Feedback?
Logitech usually do solid products and they have succeeded here as well. However there are some minor faults which I recommend them to fix for newer revisions of this product. One of the things that annoyed me a bit was the low luminosity of the LCD screen. In some conditions I just couldn’t read it properly. The second thing is the fact that the mouse just feels a little too small for a desktop set mouse. I would have liked to see a little better mouse at this price level, perhaps the Performance Mouse MX? Again, what you think about the size of the mouse is of course something that differs from person to person, but for me it was too small. Overall this is a good kit though, especially if you can deal with a mouse of smaller dimensions. The long battery times; the Incurve keys; the padded palm rest are all things which are very convenient for a desktop kit. Also, we shouldn’t forget about the Unifying technology and the FN button…
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