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    1. BELKIN F5D8230-4 Wireless 802.11x
    $23.31 list($49.99)
    2. Belkin Nostromo Speedpad n52 (
    $93.99 $87.99 list($89.99)
    3. Belkin F5D8010 Wireless Pre-N
    $88.99 list()
    4. BELKIN F5D7330 802.11g Wireless
    $123.99 $109.49 list($134.99)
    5. Belkin F5D8000 Wireless Pre-N
    $15.19 $13.65 list($0.00)
    6. Belkin Tunedock Car Holder for
    $43.99 $43.97 list()
    7. Belkin FireWire 6-Port Hub (F5U526-APL)
    $42.99 $37.88 list()
    8. BELKIN F8T001 Bluetooth USB Adapter
    $38.99 $14.99 list()
    9. Belkin F5U501-APL Internal FireWire
    $37.99 $37.23 list()
    10. Belkin TuneBase for iPod mini
    $67.78
    11. Belkin F5D7231-4P High-Speed Mode
    $69.99 $49.88 list()
    12. Belkin Bluetooth PDA and PC Adapter
    $44.99 $36.52 list()
    13. USB 2.0 7PORT Economy Hub
    $39.55 list($58.99)
    14. Belkin Computer Tool Kit 55 Piece
    $91.99 $66.87 list()
    15. Belkin PRINTER ADAPTER BLUETOOTH
    $24.95 list($59.99)
    16. Belkin F5D6050 Wireless USB Network
    $133.99 $99.98 list()
    17. Belkin OmniView SOHO Series 4-Port
    $81.99 $50.95 list()
    18. Belkin High-Speed Wrls. G Router
    $59.99 $11.99
    19. Belkin F5D6020 Wireless Notebook
    $35.24 $34.00 list()
    20. Belkin Wireless USB Optical 3-Button

    1. BELKIN F5D8230-4 Wireless 802.11x Pre-N Router

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    Asin: B0006A7X36
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Belkin
    Sales Rank: 5902
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    Features

    • Note -increased speeds require a Belkin Pre-N adapter
    • Wirelessly share a broadband Cable or DSL Internet connection
    • With increased Pre-N speeds & coverage, you can more easily transfer large files!
    • Built-in 4-port 10/100 Ethernet Switch
    • Improved resistance to wireless interference - the router will sense potential interference and dynamically shift to the clearest wireless channel available

    2. Belkin Nostromo Speedpad n52 ( F8GFPC100 )
    list price: $49.99
    our price: $23.31
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    Asin: B0000DC643
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Belkin
    Sales Rank: 533
    Average Customer Review: 4.54 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Captures all the advantages of the critically acclaimed n50
    • Cranks up the juice with advanced options to dominate your game
    • Combines keyboard and gamepad into one small, easy-to-use device
    • More tools for customizing your game than ever
    • Designed with an intuitive nature and stylish versatility

    Reviews (13)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great device
    This is a great little gaming device. The macros and it's application are terrific. Definately a worthwhile investment if you're a fps gamer.

    My only complaints are these:
    The thumb-button that is supposed to represent the spacebar is too far away from the keys. You have to really stretch your hand to reach it.

    Like everyone else has said, the orange button above the thumb-pad takes too much force to press. It's virtually useless unless you can get it to soften up some.

    Other than that, I love this little thing. I wondered whether or not I would when I was playing my first few games, but now i am sure i made a good investment.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great controller - once you learn how to move the handrest!
    The reviews on here and elsewhere mention that you should give the handrest a "good yank" to adjust it. Well, I yanked and yanked, and it didn't budge... until I finally figured out that it doesn't slide back and forth! It lifts upward, off the unit! Lift it up to remove it. Then, you'll see two sets of holes - a set closer in to the keys and a set farther away from the keys. So, the hand rest has two settings. And, you can just keep it removed if you don't like it.

    I figured that if I can have this much problem trying to slide the hand rest out instead of lifting it up, then others might be having the problem too. Instructions are nowhere to be found on here, on the Belkin Web site, or in the boxed instructions.

    Unlike the other reviews, the keys on my unit are quite flexible... the stiffness is very minor. The unit is quite responsive. Plus, it seems to be very solidly built. The rubberized pad on the underside of the unit keeps it from sliding around too much on my desk.

    Being a tech, I tend to dislike using the software that comes with most hardware - printers, mice, etc. But after installing the Nostromo software, I found it to be pretty cool (looks like it takes up about a 4MB footprint). It's easy to use - plus, once you've got the keys mapped out for a game, you can set it up for automatic mode, so that each time that particular game is launched, that key map profile is automatically loaded dynamically. No manual switching of profiles is required!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Fabulous for just about anything - works GREAT on a Mac!
    I spend a lot of time on my computer, for games as well as more serious pursuits. The n52 has been a surprisingly valuable and wonderful peripheral.

    Though the n52 does not include Mac drivers or software in the box, these were easily downloaded from the Belkin web site, and they work great. Within a matter of minutes, I had the Nostromo set up for shortcuts in my major apps - Safari, Photoshop, etc. I use it a lot when web browsing, using the "cursor" keys to navigate through pages and browsing history, the directional pad for horizontal/vertical scrolling in a page, and a couple of other keys for cycling through tabs.

    For gaming, the n52 has also proven to be handy. It didn't take long for me to get it set up the way I like for Unreal Tournament 2004. I have cursor keys set to movement, various other keys set for my favorite weapons, and the directional pad set to jump or toggle the secondary fire mode. After a few hours of playing, I got to the point where I was actually playing BETTER using the Nostromo - probably because everything is all in one place, and it just "feels" like I have a more direct connection to the game.

    Anyway, the long and the short of it is this: the Nostromo n52 is incredibly useful whether you play games or not. I use it for gaming and for getting Real Work(tm) done, and it's proven its worth in both areas. I've generally had bad experiences with Belkin hardware, especially on the Mac - but the Nostromo is a definite exception. The drivers and configuration software are first rate, and I'm extremely happy with the whole package. Highly recommended!

    2-0 out of 5 stars Not For Rights
    This Is very Bad Get A Joystick Or Stay With the Keyboard, And if you are a righty this is not for You, the only good thing is It Can Be Good For RTS Games Like: Empires Dawn Of The Modern World And I have A Life This Is SO BAD I AM Making A review + it got lead in it SOoooooooo

    4-0 out of 5 stars A must for the serious FPS Gamer
    This device provides a good combination of ergonomics and functionality. It is certainly more comfortable than a standard QWERTY board.
    I have only two complaints. The big red thumb button requires too much force to push. To get it to work will almost always force the entire pad to slide to the left if not countered by holding down the unit firmly. Because of this, I would only find this button useful when pressing other keys at the same time is not needed. The other problem is the thumb switch, which mimics the placement of the "space" bar on a QWERTY board. This key is much farther from the other keys than it needs to be and also is a bit "finicky" in how it responds.
    In conclusion, the Nostromo is well worth the money for anyone who spends considerable time with a FPS. I have only been using it for a few hours now and already I have seen improvement in my game and less fatigue on my "keyboard hand". ... Read more


    3. Belkin F5D8010 Wireless Pre-N 802.11x Pre-N Notebook PC Card Adapter
    list price: $89.99
    our price: $93.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0006A7X2W
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Belkin
    Sales Rank: 8856
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Wireless Pre-N Network Notebook Card ... Read more

    Features

    • Note -increased speeds require a Belkin Pre-N router or access point
    • With increased Pre-N speeds & coverage, you can more easily transfer large files!
    • Improved resistance to wireless interference - the adapter will sense potential interference and dynamically shift to the clearest wireless channel available
    • If a standard 802.11g or 802.11b networking product is introduced into the Pre-N network, the Pre-N adapter will not drop to the lowest networking speed.
    • When used with 802.11g & 802.11b devices, the Pre-N adapter improves their wireless coverage by up to 20%!

    Reviews (5)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Works Like A Dream!
    After being frustrated with wireless networking on a notebook computer with the old Linksys system in our house, the Belkin notebook card works effortlessly!Our old system had our notebook computer off-line more than it was on.After the quick installation of this notebook card into our Dell Inspiron notebook computer, it works 100% of the time.We have the Belkin Pre-N Router as well.The system is well worth the money.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Forget about Linksys SRX, go with Belkin Pre-N!
    I had originally purchased a Linksys WRT54GX router along with the companion SRX wireless PC card because:1) I wanted to replace an 802.11b wireless network in my 2-story home for better coverage (I was having to use a Linksys wireless access point in repeater mode to get "complete coverage" with the old setup); and 2) I wanted a faster wireless network.

    I quickly became frustrated with the new Linksys SRX wireless setup, primarily because my laptop (a 2004 HP model) wouldn't always detect the wireless card after powering up from sleep mode, and often there would be dropouts in my wireless internet connection, even when my laptop remained stationary.In addition, even though the wireless icon in the task bar would constantly indicate a connection speed of 108.0 Mbps, it was obvious that my new wireless internet connection was often far slower than even my old 11.0 Mbps wireless network connection!This problem was especially obvious with websites rich in photo-quality graphic images, like ESPN.com.

    So, I contacted Linksys tech support and, with the help of a friendly tech support agent, reprogrammed several parameters on the router.The problem improved, but only temporarily.Frustrated, I returned both the wireless router and the PC card and immediately ordered the Belkin Pre-N router and PC card (based on Cnet reviews, which rated the Belkin system higher anyway).

    Both the Belkin wireless router and PC card installed quite easily with the accompanying installation CD's and my system has been up and running without a hitch--so far.One other thing I have liked about the Belkin system is that (using the included Belkin Wireless Client) it displays realtime send and receive speeds of the wireless card, which are often slower than the 108.0 Mbps the wireless icon in the taskbar is constantly pegged at; but at least I know the "true" speed of my wireless network at any given point in time (the measured speeds that are displayed are constantly changing and fluctuate mainly according to distance from the router).

    Needless to say, I have been impressed with my early experience with this Belkin system and won't hesitate to highly recommend it to others considering a future home wireless network upgrade.Oh, and did I mention that the Belkin system was cheaper than Linksys'?!!

    4-0 out of 5 stars A...mazing once you get past the installation problems
    Ok, so I bought the Pre-N router and it's unreal. Then I got the Pre-N card to go with it and had lots of problems. Basically the Belkin Wireless Client Utility is buggy as you like and has crashed EVERY time I tried to use it. So I downloaded Boingo's free wireless client, et volia, it connnects first time! The only downside is it reports the signal strength inaccurately. It shows a poor connection, which after using Cnet's bandwidth meter, I found that I have anything but. I have a cable modem and Cnet rated my connection as above a T1 and below a T3. Believe me it's super, super fast.

    4-0 out of 5 stars great wireless card with some restrictions
    this is a great wireless card with the best range/speed performance i have seen for a card without an external antenna. the only problem i have encountered so far is it will not operate on batteries in my fujitsu p series lifebook. it looks like the card simply pulls too much power and will lock up the notebook when i switch to batteries. combined with the pre n router this is a great combination for situations where it is difficult to get a good wireless signal. i live in a concrete house and was using a linksys with a repeater to get to the dead spots. the belkin pre n has allowed me to eliminate the repeater and actually get better throughput.

    3-0 out of 5 stars BEWARE-PCMCIA NOT SUPPORTED
    Note:This is not an actual review of the product because I cannot install it.

    Although it is not indicated on the Amazon website, this wireless card only works in a Cardbus slot, not a PCMCIA slot.Also, it will only work with Windows XP and Windows 2000.So I'll be sending this one back...

    On the other hand, I recently installed a Pre-N router and use it with some 802.11b wireless devices, and it works great--noticeable boost in both range and throughput.

    TMR ... Read more


    4. BELKIN F5D7330 802.11g Wireless Ethernet Adapter

    our price: $88.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00020H1TG
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Belkin
    Sales Rank: 5807
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    Features

    • Adds 802.11g networking capability to your computer or network device
    • Works with gaming consoles such as Xbox, PlayStation 2 (Requires Sony PS2 Network Adapter), or GameCube
    • Works with all Ethernet-equipped computers or network devices
    • Offers backward-compatibility with all 802.11b 2.4GHz wireless devices
    • Features wireless 64- and 128-bit WEP encryption

    5. Belkin F5D8000 Wireless Pre-N Desktop Network Card
    list price: $134.99
    our price: $123.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0006J5AAU
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Belkin Components
    Sales Rank: 11639
    Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Pre-N Wireless Desktop Network Card, PCI ... Read more

    Features

    • WiFi Protected Access (WPA) support protecting your wireless network with enhanced encryption
    • 800 percent greater coverage than standard 802.11g with improved reliability and fewer drops
    • 600 percent greater speed than standard 802.11g--great for gaming, streaming video, Voice over IP, and moving large files
    • Using this Pre-N card with an older 802.11g or 802.11b networking product increases your wireless coverage up to 20 percent
    • Will not drop to the lowest networking speed in a mixed-mode environment if a standard 802.11g or 802.11b device is introduced

    Reviews (2)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Dude! Turn the card over
    J. Lovell complains that the card doesn't work with XP. Mine does, and beats hell out of the D-Link it replaced, which was always flaky and finally quit altogether (I ended up only able to talk to the router, not the Internet or the rest of the LAN). The Belkin does have a problem: crappy manual. When it says "insert card with the label side up" what it means is "insert card with the label side down." A little experimenting outside the computer reveals how the card is keyed.

    1-0 out of 5 stars wait
    i purchased this card to work with the pre-n router the belkin offers. i should have know a better when i looked at the box that it was going to be trouble. as you can see from the picture, this is just the cardbus pre-n (f5d8010) card bundled with a pci-to-cardbus adapter. installation failed, as windows xp seems to be able to only support 16-bit pcmcia cards with the pci-to-cardbud adapter that belkin provides (ricoh r5c520-based contoller).

    after multiple calls to support where they spent 10 minutes asking me if i was inserting the card correctly over and over. each call ended with either "call microsoft" or "we'll call you back within 48 hours". i'm still working this issue to resolution with belkin, but i don't hold out much hope.

    ---
    RE: Dude!

    dude! i did! maybe it is a compat issue with the nForce3 chipset and the ricoh adapter. i don't know, but after replacing the card with a new one and getting the same message when the card was inserted, i quit and returned it.

    "The device Ricoh R5C520 Carbus Adapter has detected a CardBus card in its slot, but the firmware on this system is not configured to allow the CardBus controller to be run in CardBus mode. The operating system will currently accept only 16-bit (R2) pc-cards on this controller."

    i've worked with computer hardware for 15 years, i know how to insert a carbus card, thanks. ... Read more


    6. Belkin Tunedock Car Holder for iPod Mini
    list price: $0.00
    our price: $15.19
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    Asin: B0002Y3M9K
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Belkin Components
    Sales Rank: 598
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Belkin (F8E485) IPOD MINI TUNEDOCK ... Read more

    Features

    • Repositions easily with ratcheting screw neck
    • Comes with a Belkin 3-Year Warranty
    • Works with iPod mini MP3 players
    • Holds the iPod mini securely in a flexible, non-scratch cradle
    • Provides 2 differently sized rubber bases and an adapter cup for exact fit and stability in your car's cup holder

    Reviews (3)

    4-0 out of 5 stars A very good solution for mounting your iPod
    The Belkin Tunedock achieves exactly what it sets out to do - provide a solid, flexible mounting solution for your iPod, iPod Mini or XM Radio (there are multiple versions of the 'dock).The color of the iPod mount is off-white - closer to grey really.The XM mount is black.

    The unit comes with a series of mounting cups that provide the base that fits into your cupholder.A stem then screws into the base.The mounting platform is attached to the top of the stem.The screw-in nature of the stem allows you to provide some degree of height adjustment and the mounting platform itself pivots to whatever angle works best for your mounting position.

    I was seeking a simple solution for mounting my iPod and XM Radio and did not want to take apart my dash or drill into something in order to achieve it.My cupholders are located in the dash, just above the radio in my 2001 VW Jetta.For me, the location is perfect and the 'docks hold their units firmly and stiffly enough that you can push a button or turn a wheel without having to steady the mount.The "cable management" clips on the backsides of the mounts are fair, but it would be better if you could clip them closed (they are open at one end).

    If you are looking for an "elegant" solution, this is probably not the mount for you.The grey/white matches my interior, but really, I have radios sticking out of the front of my dash in the cupholders - this is not about looks.Note that the picture shown here is of the mount for the regular iPod - not the Mini - there is a slight difference in that there is no suction cup for the Mini version - but instead it is a stiff, but flexible rubber that secures your mini from both sides (the width is also perfect for holding my cell phone when I don't have the mini mounted).

    Another commentator criticized this mount because it got in the way of his shifting.I suppose he could just as well write a bad review about his car for the same reason.Before you buy these, you should also really think about where your cupholders are located.If the location is marginal, or hard to reach, or requires you to run wires where you don't want to run wires then find something else.The unit does exactly what it sets out to do - allows you to mount your iPod from your cupholder.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Good concept, poor execution
    The idea behind this product is good, but the actual product is less than ideal. The appearance is cheap and the configuration of pieces that I had to use with my particular car made it look homemade. If your cup holders are shallow (an inch deep or so) and of a certain diameter you must use the base with an adapter cup that makes the setup look silly. This configuration also sticks up too far. If you have a manual shift car with cup holders near the gear shift, be warned that you may find yourself hitting your iPod with the gearshift/your hand. Also the color is a dishwater grey -- not exactly appealing. Overall, a disappointment in looks and performance.

    5-0 out of 5 stars stability for your tunes
    No more will you fumble for your mini as you hit a speed bump or pothole and your iPod goes flying across the car. The Tunedock comes with 3 cup sizes to accommodate nearly every car cup holder on the market of varying sizes to ensure your iPod is always accessible to you while driving. ... Read more


    7. Belkin FireWire 6-Port Hub (F5U526-APL)

    our price: $43.99
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    Asin: B0006BHCEK
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Belkin Components
    Sales Rank: 4657
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    Product Description

    Adding six FireWire ports to your computer couldn't be easier. The Belkin 6-Port FireWire Hub stands vertically on your desktop, conserving precious desktop space as it saves you from reaching behind your computer for ports. Simply plug your high-speed, Zip, optical, or disk drive, scanner, printer, and other peripherals into the five rear Hub ports; a sixth port is conveniently located up front for easy access for your digital camera or other portable peripherals. The unit stands alone or docks with additional Hubs, making it easy to put all your multimedia gear on the ultrafast FireWire track. FireWire technology supports up to 63 devices on one computer with Plug-and-Play ease.The Belkin 6-Port FireWire Hub's sculpted, breakthrough design is aesthetically pleasing as it is functional. Intrinsic cable management flows your cables from the Hub in single file arc, reducing desktop clutter. ... Read more

    Features

    • Works for your iPod, MP3, DV camcorder, web cam, PlayStation2 (PS2), and other Firewire devices
    • Delivers a full range of FireWire performance at speeds of up to 100, 200, and 400 Mbps-depending on the capacity of your devices

    8. BELKIN F8T001 Bluetooth USB Adapter - 100 Meters

    our price: $42.99
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    Asin: B0004FO2TQ
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Belkin
    Sales Rank: 2631
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    Features

    • Up to 100 Meter Range
    • Connect with up to 7 Bluetooth devices at a time
    • Simple Installation - remove the cap and plug it into an available USB port!
    • Built-in 128-bit Encryption & Authentication
    • Requires Microsoft Windows 98SE, Me, 2000, XP, 2003 Server, or Mac OS X (Mac OS X driver is needed from Apple)

    9. Belkin F5U501-APL Internal FireWire PCI Card for PC

    our price: $38.99
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    Asin: B00009WPOM
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Belkin Components
    Sales Rank: 999
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Provides 3 additional 400Mbps FireWire ports
    • Simply slides into an empty PCI slot, tranforming the slot into a DV-editing bay
    • Supports up to 63 hot-swappable devices
    • Compatible with Windows 98SE, 2000, ME & XP
    • Fully compliant with current IEEE 1394 specifications

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Easy to install in Windows XP
    I recieved the card yesterday. Today I got up early and installed the card in 10 minutes. As soon as I turned the computer on, Windows XP recognized the card and the digital camcorder it was attached to it. The transfer of video was smooth an easy just using Microsoft Windows Movie Maker 2. I still have to get and install a more powerfull video production software, but I believe it will work great. ... Read more


    10. Belkin TuneBase for iPod mini

    our price: $37.99
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    Asin: B0007KI7AI
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Belkin Components
    Sales Rank: 4840
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    MODEL - F8V7098VENDOR- BELKIN FEATURES- TuneBase for iPod miniTuneBase for iPod mini mobile digital devices offers the most flexible way to use your iPod mini on the road. The holder features an innovative, flexible-steel neck that easily positions your iPod mini for your comfort, convenience, and safety while driving. TuneBase works through any cigarette lighter outlet within the car.While mounted in the TuneBase, your iPod mini powers and chargessimultaneously. The TuneBase also features a 3.5mm line-out for use with the Belkin Mobile Cassette Adapter or TuneCast Mobile FM Transmitter (not included) for high-quality audio through your car stereo. * The TuneBase makes sure your music goes wherever you do.* Custom-designed swivel-cradle provides a secure and stable connection foryour iPod mini * Features a flexible steel-neck construction that positions easily insideyour car* Features a 3.5mm line-out for use with the Belkin Mobile Cassette Adapteror TuneCast Mobile FM Transmitter (not included) for high-quality audiothrough your car stereo. * Features a dock connector base that locks securely to your iPod* Comes with a Belkin 3-Year Warranty* Color: White/Silver ... Read more

    Features

    • Belkin 3-Year Warranty
    • Custom-designed swivel-cradle provides a secure and stable connection for your iPod mini
    • Flexible steel-neck construction that positions easily inside your car
    • 3.5mm line-out for high-quality audio through your car stereo
    • Dock connector base that locks securely to your iPod

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars great product that works!
    I just purchased this product and it really works. I live in the washington DC area, which has quite a few stations, so I had my doubts, but it works. ... Read more


    11. Belkin F5D7231-4P High-Speed Mode Wireless G Router with Built-In USB Print Server

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    Asin: B00067R3NE
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Belkin
    Sales Rank: 5142
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    The Belkin High-Speed Mode Wireless G Router with Built-In USB Print Server shares your broadband Internet access with your connected computers and enables them to print wirelessly to your USB printer. With a Belkin Router as the central connection point of your network, your computers can share files and resources as well as print and get online, all at the same time.

    By achieving networking speeds that are faster than standard 802.11g, Belkin High-Speed Mode (HSM) networking products provide increased real-world networking speeds. This means you will see overall speed improvements in mixed-mode networking environments where other 802.11g devices may be present. HSM offers even faster speeds in pure HSM environments. HSM technology is interoperable with all other wireless devices.

    Advantages
    • Shares your broadband Internet access up to 35% faster than standard 802.11g
    • Print wirelessly from any networked computer
    • Works with most USB enabled printers
    ... Read more

    Features

    • Built-in 4-port 10/100 Ethernet Switch
    • Built-in NAT/SPI Firewall
    • Security - 64- and 128-bit WEP Data Encryption, and WPA with TKIP & AES
    • Using 802.11g, you can achieve up to 54Mbps
    • Backwards compatible with 802.11b equipment for a data transfer rate of up to 11Mbps

    Reviews (1)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Combo
    I purchased is Belkin when my DLink 713P died (twice).I wanted to go with a brand that was a little more reliable.The Belkin is great!I connect at 54ish mbps and also can connect to my work's VPN; a telecommuters dream - no more dial up.Those who are in to convenience, it is not as user friendly as the Linksys systems, but wait, Linksys does not offer a unit with 802.11g speed, 4 ports, and a print server.This is the one. ... Read more


    12. Belkin Bluetooth PDA and PC Adapter Combo Card(F8T006-PC)

    our price: $69.99
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    Asin: B00012ORPQ
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Belkin Components
    Sales Rank: 3658
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    Features

    • Adds Bluetooth wireless technology to your PDA or notebook computer
    • Offers built-in security using 128-bit encryption and authentication
    • Provides effortless wireless communication among computing devices and peripherals
    • Keeps your notebook or PDA batteries running longer
    • Works with any device enabled with Bluetooth v1.1 technology

    13. USB 2.0 7PORT Economy Hub

    our price: $44.99
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    Asin: B0000DC65O
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Belkin
    Sales Rank: 4244
    Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Works seamlessly with all your USB 1.1 and USB 2.0 devices
    • Installs easily with Plug-and-Play convenience
    • Transfers your data at up to 480Mbps
    • Features 5 horizontally mounted 480Mbps ports
    • Offers 2 easy-access, top-loading 480Mbps ports-perfect for your thumb drives, USB lights, or fans

    Reviews (3)

    1-0 out of 5 stars This review should be deleted
    I've asked amazon to delete this review, it referred to an issue that does not apply to this hub.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Horrible performance
    This hub is possibly the worst USB hub I have ever used- it loses connection when placed vertically as well as the fact that it seems to work completely sporadically. I definitely would discourage any would-be buyers from this item. Strangely, all the other Belkin equipment I use works swimmingly- perhaps this is simply an anomaly in their lineup.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Stylish but technically lacking
    When I received this 7 port hub, I had high hopes. It looks nice, has 5 ports in the back and two convenient ports on top. But it has two very odd weaknesses.

    First, when you plug it in, a red power light comes on and all 7 port lights are lit. What good are the port lights if they are lit even when no device is plugged into that port?

    The other odd behavior is that devices that are plugged into the hub are powered on even if the host's USB port is not powered up (i.e. the computer is off). In fact, the devices are always powered on even if the hub is not even connected to the host. My computer is off, but my USB illuminated keyboard is still illuminated, my USB microphone's power light is on, my USB wireless network's power light is on, etc.

    The behavior of these two issues seemed so odd (lights always on, devices always powered) that I assumed it was due to a defective part. So I called Belkin's technical support. The guy who answered was very rude and impatient. He basically stated "that is how the hub works". When I asked him if he could show me where this odd behavior is documented, he told me "it is not documented, but that is how it works and if you don't like it, return it and get another brand of hub". Not a bad recommendation. ... Read more


    14. Belkin Computer Tool Kit 55 Piece Black Case Demagnetized Tools
    list price: $58.99
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    Asin: B00004Z6XS
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Belkin Components
    Sales Rank: 942
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Used by a computer tech for 3 years
    This is the kit the company I work for bought for the computer support technicians. It is more of a general electronics tool kit than the specialized computer tool kits Belkin offers, but I have found plenty of uses for the kit outside of the office (but don't tell my boss that). I've been using the kit for 3 years now, and the only thing that is not original is the flashlight - that is the only really cheap thing in the kit - get a Mini-Mag to replace it and you'll be fine. This kit includes an allen wrench set, mini pocket screwdriver, small diagonal cutters, long nose pliers, wire stripper, mini-screwdriver set, 6" extended phillips bit, pen knife, IC chip remover, tweezers, soldering iron with solder and wick, parts retriever and a ratcheting screwdriver with standard, phillips, torx, and square bits and both metric and standard sockets with a socket bit. I've used this kit on PC computers, laptops, wiring of all sorts, electronics repairs, home repairs, etc. All the tools (with the exception of the flashlight) have survived 3 years of use and are still going strong. The only other casualty has been the elastic in the case in some spots. Overall a very good general electronics took kit and far better than all the other "computer tool kits" that I've ever owned - some costing just as much with tools that didn't last a year of lighter use. Spend the few extra dollars and get a Belkin tool kit - the 36-piece computer tool kit, the "kitchen sink" 65-piece too kit, or this excellent, more general purpose 55-piece tool kit. I am confident that you'll be as pleased with it as I have been over the years. ... Read more


    15. Belkin PRINTER ADAPTER BLUETOOTH USB ( F8T031 )

    our price: $91.99
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    Asin: B0001D3JY0
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Belkin Components
    Sales Rank: 4558
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    16. Belkin F5D6050 Wireless USB Network Adapter
    list price: $59.99
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    Asin: B000063WPA
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Belkin Components
    Sales Rank: 1191
    Average Customer Review: 2.82 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (22)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Macintosh Compatibility
    According to Macintouch, Belkin provides Mac OS X and 9 drivers. Can anyone tell me how well this works with a Mac? I'd buy one immediately for my old tangerine iMac (it's the only computer left out of my wireless network at home.).

    I did see a comment that it didn't play well with an Airport Base Station... how about Linksys? Thanks, and if I decide to buy, I'll update this to reflect my experience.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Works with Mac OS X 10.2.4 & TiVo Series 2 SVR-3000
    I'm buying another one of these for my Mac because my Sony TiVo Series 2 SVR-3000 just acquired Software Version 4.0-01-2-110 and it works flawlessly with a Linksys WAP. (The Belkin software for Mac is nice if you don't have an AirPort Basestation because it can convert an alphanumeric password to hexidecimal and vice versa. AFP works too.) Attached to the TiVo, the Belkin works great using TiVo Home Media Option and Rendezvous. I have streamed iTunes and iPhotos pictures from my PowerBook G4 with an AirPort card and iMac with an AirPort Extreme card. (Tip: Make sure Mac OS X's Firewall isn't blocking the port TiVo needs to Rendezvous with your Mac.) Streaming audio, video and connecting to TiVo over the Internet works fine too. Now I just need to upgrade to more TiVo Series 2 systems so I can stream shows to different rooms! Amazon should sell these sleek Belkin adapters in bulk... :)

    1-0 out of 5 stars Doesn't work for ME or XP
    Like you, i'm trying to set up a wireless network; i'd like to connect my old computer (running Windows ME) to my newer desktop running XP. I bought this device at Staples b/c of its price and because it clearly stated it supported XP and ME. Well the drivers were no good for WinME, even the newest drivers from their website would not install correctly. So it was a dead appendage. Their tech support suggested I try it on a third computer we have, it runs XP. Well it installed fine, but could not link to my network (Netgear router), even after tweaking the router settings. He said he was getting a lot of calls with the exact same problem and suggested I return it and try another device. If possible I'm going to get a refund and buy a little better one - maybe a PCI wireless adapter, instead of the bottom of the barrel cheapo which is my wont. When will I learn? Learn from my mistakes folks and move along - nothing to see here.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Works Great!!! For about 2 months.
    I installed this wireless network adapter on my desktop (windows xp). It worked very well for two months, then just unexpectedly died. I would try to reinstall it several times off the product CD, each time telling me a different file was missing, even though the files appeared to be installed (at least I could see them in on my hard drive). Downloaded the drivers from the Belkin website, but that also failed to get this thing to work. This adaper would be recognized by XP, detect the network signal, but it would always tell me "connection failed". Spend your money on a more robust wireless adapter.

    1-0 out of 5 stars WinXP + WEP == Choose ANY other product than this one.
    First, the drivers packaged with this unit DID NOT WORK. Had to go to belkin.com and download the latest drivers (not the simplest thing to do without a functioning network adapter, eh?). While those drivers sort-of work, they are still extremely flaky. Not signed/certified by microsoft.

    I use WEP to secure my network... this device does not retain the WEP key/settings after a reboot. So, every single time you reboot, you have to re-enter the WEP key and manually start the driver utility.

    Signal is very weak - if the signal is lost for too long then the system will eventually hang and reboot itself.

    I've been a computer professional for the better part of 10 years now and I'm convinced that ANY product would be better than this Belkin POS. Avoid this product at any price. ... Read more


    17. Belkin OmniView SOHO Series 4-Port KVM Switch with Audio

    our price: $133.99
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    Asin: B00006BB9I
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Belkin Components
    Sales Rank: 5114
    Average Customer Review: 2.57 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Controls 4 computers from 1 keyboard, video monitor, and mouse
    • Offers audio and microphone switching
    • Supports video resolutions up to 2048 x 1536@85Hz
    • Delivers uncompromising display quality
    • Updates firmware easily with flash feature

    Reviews (14)

    1-0 out of 5 stars Just a warning from an experience with the DVI version
    I'm extremely unhappy with the Belkin OmniView SOHO Series 4-Port KVM DVI Switch with Audio. I'm sure most of this applies for the VGA version

    1) It is nearly impossible to connect a cable to the console DVI Connector. Belkin had to overnight a special extender to connect the monitor DVI cable to the KVM.
    2) Connecting the Power Adapter to the KVM blocks one of the peripheral USB ports.
    3) It's absolutely impossible to put on the cover (i.e. cable management cover) if you connect the four (Belkin) cables to it.
    4) Connecting only two PCs with a resolution of 1600x1200 to the KVM resulted in green shadows for one connection. (both NVidia cards GeForce 4 (4200 series) and a Geforce 5 (5200 series)
    5) The Microsoft Wireless Keyboard doesn't work as stated in the manual. I did manage to plug in the wireless dongle connector to the USB mouse port on the KVM but now I can't use the hotkeys to switch between computers. Belkin has also indicated that wireless keyboards don't always work as stated in the manual

    6) There isn't a FAQ or software/firmware upgrade listed for this device. I would recommend checking out the belkin support pages or lack there of.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Solid KVM Switch With Audio
    I bought this over a year ago, and am very pleased with it.

    It was easy to set up, and works well with all my Windows XP Pro boxes. Switching between PCs is fast enough, with only about a second delay (typical of KVMs in general) to restore the mouse pointer. Once locked to a particular PC, the KVM is very stable. I've had no problems with either the video display or keyboard/mouse functionality on any of my Windows-based systems and can play games as well as perform all normal office-type tasks with no noticable performance degradation.

    The only issue I have is with losing mouse control when switching to my Red Hat 9.0 server running X (not a big deal since I primarily access the terminal from the command line on remote anyway). There is no issue when I boot up the Linux box and use the KVM without switching to another workstation. I suspect the problem may be fixable, but it has never been enough of an issue for me to pursue it, given my needs.

    The unit has the unique ability to support stereo audio as well as firmware upgrades. In addition, the cable management is cleverly built in to the sleek housing as opposed to completely exposed as in most square footprint KVMs, thus saving a small amount of desktop space.

    Overall, in my experience, the Omniview has been a good KVM for the money.

    Pros:

    Supports Audio switching
    Unique cable management design
    Supports most common and higher-end video resolutions
    No noticable performance loss with games or everyday tasks
    Upgradable firmware

    Cons:

    Sketchy support for non-Windows OSes (though I haven't yet upgraded the firmware)
    Does not support 5.1 channel audio
    Requires specific type of KVM cable (male male)
    cable management design can be limiting

    2-0 out of 5 stars Truly frustrating!
    Like a '54 XK120, this thing is beautifully styled, and utterly unreliable. It randomly loses connectivity to both my Intellimouse, and my MS USB keyboard. 30 - 90 secondes go by and then it reconnects, sometimes to redisconnect within seconds, sometimes it'll stay connected for half an hour at a time. Weirdly, it seems to maintain connectivity to the Monitor - though often as a generic display rather than as a flat panel Samsung. I used an IOGear two port KVM successfully until I got the third machine going, but I got sucked in by the style. my mistake! I give it 0 stars for performance, 4 stars for style, average, 2 stars.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Linksys and IOGear out-perform this failed product.
    In my search to find one adequate KVM switch to work with Windows and Linux, I now own five KVM switches (around $450 worth). The Belkin Omniview is the worst of the lot. I have one Omnicube which gets by O.K. A two port IOGear all-in-the-cable model works great, but IOGear's four port models have intrusive keyboard shortcuts that interfere with applications and games. However, the 4 port IOGear model came with a full set of cables. Ultimately, the Linksys SVIEW04 was the grand solution. The SVIEW04 provides all the quality of the IOGear models and also allows the keyboard shortcuts to be disabled.

    Unfortunately, the magazines that have been recommending these products haven't been doing their research. You must investigate all the specifications, and you must also read the entire manual before buying. Someone might have noticed that the firmware update feature on the Omniview isn't well documented. Then, there must be testing of all the features with multiple operating systems; and clearly, those recomending these products have failed to do this.

    Linksys (the best) and IOGear are clearly better products than this one.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Reliable, but slow and annoying.
    Monitor switching between computers is fast, but it takes more than a second to regain mouse and keyboard control after switching.

    If using the Logitech mouse driver, scroll wheel functionality is lost after switching several times, and you must reboot your PC to get it back. However, the manual recommends that you remove vendor-specific drivers and use only the Microsoft driver. This works for me & it never seems to drop synch with the mouse or keyboard, but I would like the battery-level indicator for my Logitech wireless mouse, which only the Logitech driver provides.

    The hot-key for switching is ScrollLock-ScrollLock, which I prefer to CTRL-CTRL (Linksys KVMs use CTRL) because CTRL is too easy to tap twice by accident.

    The KVM beeps when accepting the hot-key and switching between computers, which quickly becomes annoying in a small office environment.

    The Belkin also has firmware update capability; however, they have not released any firmware updates yet. If they release something that speeds up the mouse/keyboard and allows me to disable the beeping, I would rate this KVM 5/5. ... Read more


    18. Belkin High-Speed Wrls. G Router ( F5D7231-4 )

    our price: $81.99
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    Asin: B0002ED4PM
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Belkin Components
    Sales Rank: 13130
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    Features

    • 35% faster than 802.11g
    • Advanced security features
    • 802.11b backward compatible

    19. Belkin F5D6020 Wireless Notebook Network Card
    list price: $59.99
    our price: $59.99
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    Asin: B000063WP9
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Belkin Components
    Sales Rank: 5718
    Average Customer Review: 2.72 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    The Belkin wireless notebook network card works as a standalone to give you instant networking capabilities. The card slides easily into your laptop's PCMCIA slot, and sets up quickly with Belkin SOHO networking software. Used in conjunction with a wireless access point, the card lets you join your wireless network to your existing wired network.

    Interoperable with any 802.11b wireless device, it uses the 802.11b wireless Ethernet standard to offer you a working range of up to 1,800 feet and speeds of up to 11 Mbps. This plug-and-play card works seamlessly with Windows 95B, 98, 2000, NT, Me, and XP systems. Now you can transfer files around the house or office--enjoying freedom from cables, along with all the advantages of a wired network.

    The Belkin wireless notebook network card comes with a lifetime warranty and free, 24-hour technical support. ... Read more

    Features

    • Effortless laptop connection to a wireless network
    • Interoperability with any 802.11b-compliant wireless device
    • Data and network security with 64-bit or 128-bit WEP data encryption
    • Easy configuration with wireless setup software
    • Advanced power management to keep notebook batteries running longer

    Reviews (25)

    4-0 out of 5 stars I must be lucky
    Despite the bad reviews, I had really good luck with this Belkin card. I'm an American living in Spain, and tech prices tend to be higher here. I bought this "old technology" 802.11b (not 802.11g) card because my ADSL line can only handle 512K downloads, so the 11Mps vs. 54Mps isn't really an issue. In fact, for $35, I found this card to be a bargain option.

    I'm not sure why others have had so many problems. The software installed from the CD to my Windows XP laptop in a snap. Next, I slid the card into my PCMCIA slot and it autmotically located my 3Com router next to my desktop. Amazing! (Can you tell that I am a wireless newbie?) I get steady signals and good download transfers on my laptop. Occasionally my laptop loses signal completely (thus, the four-star review instead of five stars), but this is literally for a second and not noticeable (although I'll wait and see if this disrupts downloads, IM connections, etc.)

    If you are looking for a good, cheap card, you might give the Belkin a try.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Worked like a charm
    Belkin 802.11b Wireless Notebook Card.

    Pros: Easy installation and setup and connection
    Cons: Requires a wireless router installed

    I was looking for an efficient way to connect my laptop (IBM ThinkPad with Windows XP) to a wireless network at home. When
    Fry's was selling the product for $5.00 ( $35 actual cost and $30 mail-in rebate) it seemed like just what the Doctor had ordered. A bargain offer
    and wireless comfort all rolled into one !

    The Network Card easily slides into the laptop's PCMCIA slot. The installation of Belkin software is also pretty straight
    forward, except that when configuring there is a delay in what is typed and what is seen on the screen.

    I already have a Netgear MR814v2 wireless router installed for my cable modem. So to create a profile to connect to the
    wireless router I only had to key in the SSID, Encryption method and the Network Key. All this is easily obtained from the
    wireless router configuration.

    Even though the technical specification boasts a working range of up to 1500 feet and speeds of up to 11Mbps, I have used it
    only at a distance of 150 feet and have experienced speeds of 8 Mbps.

    So I highly recommend this product to anybody who is looking for a wireless connectivity for their laptops.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Card works fine with non-Belkin driver
    After hours of trying to get this card (version 1) to work with my win2000 laptop I finally in a desperate attempt installed the driver for the Compaq WL100, which is also based on the PRISM-2 chip set. To my astonishment it WORKED !! For the first time my card connected to the access point. After this I could use the Belkin configuration utility to configure wep etc. Moral of the story: do not use the Belkin driver and things will work out fine. Thumbs up for compaq, definite thumbs down for Belkin ...

    1-0 out of 5 stars Does not support all OS
    I don't understand why BELKIN don't have different product # or Manufacturer #. This product has version1, version2 and version 3. Each version uses different chipsets and does not support all the OS( For example ver2 does not work on Win NT ). I got this product thinking its version 1 which has support for Win NT but I got version2 which does not. Also did not find drivers anywhere to make this work for Win NT

    1-0 out of 5 stars Be Careful If You Use Windows 95
    After struggling to get my Belkin Wireless card to work in my laptop running Windows 95B I finally called for Tech Support. According to them, only Version One of their wireless card will work with 95B. I had a Version Two. Version One cards can be identified by a single LED Light on the card while later versions have two lights.

    At any rate, I've still been unable to get the card to work with Windows 95B as its been advertisied. Tech support was no help after I exchanged my Version Two Card for a Version One and was down right rude after I followed their instructions and still couldn't get the card to work.

    If you're planning on using the card with Windows 95B, be sure to get a Version One card, and be prepared for a lot of disappointment. ... Read more


    20. Belkin Wireless USB Optical 3-Button Mouse Mini (F8E825-USB)

    our price: $35.24
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    Asin: B00008N6QS
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Belkin Components
    Sales Rank: 2865
    Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (1)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Belkin - Mini-Wireless Optical Mouse (very good product)
    This is the Belkin - Mini-Wireless Optical Mouse that you can see more about on Belkin's site. I tried three wireless mice so far, all of which I bought from Amazon at about the same time (March 2003); they are: the Kensington StudioMouse Wireless, the IOGear Phaser, and this one, the Belkin Mini-Wireless Optical Mouse. You can read my reviews of them on Amazon. I end with this one because, although it can use improvements, it is by far the best product of the three. First off it features USB connectivity, a small wireless receiver that juts out of your laptop's USB port, and it comes with a cable if you're using a desktop and you need to bring the wireless receiver closer to where you're using the mouse. It does not ship with a USB->PS2 port (wise because notebooks now seldom ship with a PS2 port and because USB is hot plug-able & Mac & Windows compatible).

    In my testing the mouse works at two feet away from the receiver comfortably. At the advertised three feet, you get patchy and jittery results, beyond that, nothing. Since it is symmetrical, it is the same for left or right handed use. It's rubberized sides and rear and wheel feel good.

    Most notably, it really is "mini". It is probably 2/3 the size of an average mouse. This takes getting used to and I'm not yet sure if it's ergonomically straining. I do notice that I switch between left to right hand more than I used to, but that may be because I'm getting used to my new Powerbook's keyboard. The small size is likely going to be the main subject of debate about this mouse - at first, you may not like it, but given time, I'm surprised how monstrous my ordinary mice feel.

    When the silver region in the center (which says "BELKIN") is depressed, the rear pops off so you can change the batteries. That feature is a brilliant way to solve the battery changing problem. It ships with two AAA alkaline batteries. For the first two-three days, rechargeable batteries work great. When they start to run down, you'll see the performance of the mouse degrade. This is a feature of rechargeable batteries, not the mouse; at that point, just leave the batteries in the mouse overnight, and it will run them down to nothing so you can recharge them from 0%. Normally though, you'll want to shut off the mouse when not in use for long periods - you do this by shifting a small digit from one side to the other on the bottom of the mouse. It is hard to get your fingernail into this little groove.

    It scrolls well, but the scroll wheel makes a clicking noise - I think it should be silent. Same with the two side buttons - they do as expected but make noises - they too should be silent (if I click I click, if I scroll I scroll and it all happens on screen - I don't need the sound effects to reinforce what I just did). It's optical tracking runs at 800 DPI. Overall, this is a fine mouse. I looks really good. People are impressed with it and want to play with it. It's the perfect weight - a little on the heavy side but I like that because it feels like I'm moving something more substantive than a light-as-a-feather mouse.

    Additional ways this mouse could improve: 1. Bluetooth - so that you can use it without a wireless receiver if you have the capability (ie, my PowerBook G4 17" features a built in Bluetooth card). 2. Belkin could incorporate a flexible digit that lets you angle the receiver out of the way (so it's not jutting two inches off the side of your notebook). Kensington did a good job on this for it's Pocketmouse Pro Wireless. 3. If I had my way, I would increase the size of the mouse. It is a bit too mini to me. I suspect that not too many people are going to want to feel that as they travel, they are using something which cramps the hands a little. ... Read more


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