Gift Guide – Peripherals/Accessories

SushiDisk USB stick/cell phone strap

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Thanko doesn't stop, now sells USB cat paw gloves

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Review: Griffin Simplifi iPod/iPhone Dock with built-in Card Reader/USB Hub

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CrunchGear's Best of 2008 plus the People's Choice

<img src=""> Welcome to CrunchGear's Gala Best of 2008 Awards featuring the Best Gear, Gadgets, and Software of 2008. Best of all,

Review: Official PS3 Bluetooth Headset

This is the Official PS3 Bluetooth headset that was released with SOCOM: Confrontation earlier this fall. It is made specifically for the PS3 but also works on any other Bluetooth device. Voice qualit

Review: Microsoft Bluetrack mini

I’ll keep this short, since the mouse is small. Not as small as this one, but small nonetheless. Check out what’s nice and what’s not about this little traveller.

Review: Samsung CLP-315 color laser printer

Ask any geek of a certain age and predilection what they dreamt of back in high school and they’ll say, in order, a date to the prom and a color laser printer. Now that everyone with $100 and a

Review: Targus USB Hub for Mac

Yeah, I know, it’s a USB hub. But this little guy from Targus is pretty neat. It’s geared towards the Mac crowd with its color scheme, but that shouldn’t deter Windows or Linux folk.

Review: Logitech QuickCam Vision Pro

Quick Version: The QuickCam Vision Pro from Logitech is perhaps the easiest-to-use webcam I have seen in a while. There is no software required to run it, so you simply plug it in via the 6-ft USB cab

Review: Xbox 360 VGA HD AV cable, Viewsonic VX2240w LCD monitor

I know, I know. The VGA HD AV cable has been out for three years, but I was in between TVs and only had a monitor to game on. I’ll keep this review short and sweet.

Review: Logitech Illuminated Keyboard

Quick Version: The Logitech Illuminated Keyboard sports a sleek design combined with a number of functional enhancements that make it a cut above most others. While the illuminated keys are the main f

Review: Fastmac TruePower U-Charge universal charger

If you have multiple batteries for your (post-1997) Apple laptop and prefer not to tote around multiple power adapters then Fastmac may have a solution for you. The U-Charge is a lightweight, cost eff

Review: Beats Tour by Dr. Dre from Monster Cable

Monster Cable’s second foray into the in-ear monitor area is much, much better than their first go-around with the Turbines. Knowing that Monster Cable loves to gouge folks on overpriced cables,

Review: IOGEAR 3-Port USB 2.0 Mobile Hub

Short Version: It’s small, it’s inexpensive, and it pulls double duty as a three-port hub and mini-USB device charger all in one.

Review: Targus Chill Mat for Mac

Have a case of the Mac Sweats? Embarrassed by the wet stains on your lap after hours of using your MacBook? Targus has what you’re looking for, friend.

Review: Ultimate Ears Super.Fi 5

Having recently been exposed to all sorts of high-end in-ear monitors from the likes of Shure and Etymotic, my ears are quite sensitive to craptacular headphones and low grade MP3s. The recently annou

Review: Logitech V550 Nano Cordless Laser Mouse for notebooks

Quick Version: The V550 Nano from Logitech is by no means the first cordless mouse to be produced, nor will it be the last. But it is one of the better ones that have come out in recent years.

Review: SimpleTech Signature 500GB external HDD

This will be a quick one! What we have here is a dead-simple, compact 500GB external USB hard drive. To be honest there’s very little else to add. That won’t stop me from making you click

A trio of iPhone/iPod chargers for your perusal

Quick Version: We take a look at three different iPhone/iPod chargers from Kensington, RichardSolo, and i.Sound, weighing the pros and cons of each.

Review: Kensington ShareCentral 1 USB switch

Short Version: Kensington’s “ShareCentral 1” provides an easy, hassle-free way to share a USB device between two computers. At $39.99, it’s not too expensive, either.
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