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41. Kensington Slim Type Keyboard
$47.99 $43.19 list()
42. Kensington Pocketmouse Optical
$29.05 list($59.95)
43. Kensington Underdesk Supershelf
$129.97
44. Kensington Lightweight, Slim line
$11.65 list()
45. Kensington Comfort Type USB/PS2
$80.74 $79.30 list()
46. Kensington Flat Panel Desk Mount
$312.47
47. Kensington(R) Fully Articulating
$29.22
48. Kensington 19-Key External Pocket
$89.99 $81.05 list()
49. Kensington Lightweight, Slim line
$46.99 $42.93 list()
50. Kensington Security MicroSaver
$47.99 $29.97 list($69.95)
51. Kensington Anti-Glare Slimscreen
$49.50
52. Kensington Port Replicator / Expansion
$18.55 $16.99 list($24.99)
53. Kensington/Gravis Gamepad Pro
$46.95
54. Kensington LCD WALL MOUNT/CUBICLE
$27.02 $26.87 list($52.95)
55. Kensington USB Keyboard in a Box
$17.26
56. Adjustable Foot Rest Keeps Legs&
$57.99 $44.95 list()
57. Kensington Microsaver Guaranteed
$36.99 $34.80 list($99.99)
58. Kensington Studio Mouse Designed
$72.99 $69.99
59. Kensington Contour Pro Xbrace
$65.99 $64.84 list()
60. Kensington Lightweight, Slim line

41. Kensington Slim Type Keyboard for PCs - 64365

our price: $27.28
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Asin: B000243DNA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington Technology Group
Sales Rank: 7087
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Features

  • Kensington Edge:Sleek contemporary profile complements any desktop
  • Scissor-switch technology delivers crisp, responsive touch typing
  •   Laptop-style keys with a lighter action for faster typing
  •   Intuitive hot keys for one-touch multimedia control
  •   Convenient hot keys launch sleep and calculator modes

42. Kensington Pocketmouse Optical Micro Wireless Travel Mouse for USB Mac or PC (72237)

our price: $47.99
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Asin: B0007T26Z6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 12626
Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

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Features

  • DiamondEye optical technology tracks smoothly and accurately on virtually any surface
  • Wireless connection and USB receiver eliminate wires for true, portable mouse freedom
  • Ultra-compact travel mouse chassis is big on features but takes up very little room in your bag
  • USB Receiver stows inside chassis so it's always ready
  • Stow the receiver and mouse automatically shuts off--saving your batteries

Reviews (1)

2-0 out of 5 stars Great features, but fails as a mouse
This mouse is very compact, and the way that it stores its USB receiver internally means that it is easy to pack and avoid the situation where one part or the other gets lost.

However, either I have a defective mouse or the optical tracker is the worst implementation I have ever seen.It fails to consistently recognize and track movement across most surfaces. Therefore I can't recommend this mouse.
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43. Kensington Underdesk Supershelf Ii Keyboard and Mouse Tray
list price: $59.95
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Asin: B00004Z6N4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 7836
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44. Kensington Lightweight, Slim line 120 Watt AC/DC Mac or PC, Cell Phone, DVD, PDA, or iPod Power Adapter (33197)

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Asin: B0007W1K8M
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 47396
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Product Description

All Your Mobile Power Needs in One Slim Package

Packed with 120 watts of power, the Kensington Notebook AC/DC Power Adapter uses patented technology to deliver all the power you need in a size that is 40% smaller and lighter than other power supplies. With its AC and DC power options, you always have the right adapter--whether in the office, on the road, or in the air. The Kensington Notebook AC/DC 120W Power Adapter is the ideal replacement for your existing power supply. It is designed to provide reliable power for today's larger, high-performance notebooks as well as other small mobile electronics such as iPods, cell phones, DVD players, and PDAs.

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Features

  • Includes multiple tips for use with major-brand notebooks
  • Up to 40% smaller and lighter than other power chargers for easy portability to meet all your mobile power needs
  • Powers and charges virtually all notebook computers from any AC or DC source
  • Provides the right power supply for iPods, cell phones, DVD players, and PDAs
  • 120 watts--enough to power and charge larger, high-performance notebooks

45. Kensington Comfort Type USB/PS2 Keyboard - Black (64338)

our price: $11.65
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Asin: B0000C4DX6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 5779
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Features

  • Kensington Edge:Comfort Type angled keys for comfortable, relaxed wrist position and light action for easy touch typing
  •   Standard size uses less desk space than split-style keyboards
  •   Unmatched satisfaction guarantee--five-year warranty, toll-free technical support, and 90-day no-risk trial
  •   Stylish black keyboard with 104 keys
  •   USB and PS/2 connections for greater compatibility

46. Kensington Flat Panel Desk Mount Monitor Arm - Black

our price: $80.74
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Asin: B00008ELL4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 3358
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Features

  • Three height levels to best fit your needs
  • Easy to assemble and attach
  • Fits desks 1 inch to 4 inches thick and holds up to 20 pounds
  • 2-Year warranty
  • No drilling required

47. Kensington(R) Fully Articulating Underdesk Keyboard Drawer, Black

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Asin: B00006HQLC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 27618
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48. Kensington 19-Key External Pocket Keypad and Calculator (33059)

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Asin: B00009L1XO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 6961
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Amazon.com Product Description

A portable keypad designed for use with PC laptops, the pocket keypad/calculator provides both an easy way to input numbers on your computer and to make simple calculations. The easy-to-use 19-key layout makes numeric entry a breeze, while its number lock feature allows you to separate laptop and calculator functions, avoiding any input confusion.

The pocket keypad/calculator connects to your computer via its USB cable, which conveniently retracts into the calculator when you're on the go. The keypad utilizes phantom power through the USB port, meaning no batteries or bulky AC adapters are required. The lightweight 8-ounce design makes traveling with the keypad easy. Compatible with both PC and Mac platforms, this keypad also comes backed with a one-year limited warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • External keypad/pocket calculator, 19-key layout
  • Simple USB connectivity
  • Number lock function
  • Phantom-powered, no AC adapter or batteries required
  • PC and Mac compatible

49. Kensington Lightweight, Slim line 120 Watt DC Notebook Power Adapter for PC Laptops- 33196

our price: $89.99
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Asin: B0006IWLZ8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington Technology Group
Sales Rank: 18860
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Product Description

The Kensington Notebook DC Power Adapter delivers more power than otherpower adapters — at a fraction of the size. With a whopping 120W, it delivers enough power to charge the largest notebooks. And its super-slim profile — up to 60% smaller and 70% lighter than competing DCsupplies — makes the Notebook DC Power Adapter a pleasure to carry.

Features:

  • Up to 60% smaller and 70% lighter than other DC chargers for easy portability
  • 120 watts--enough to power and charge even the largest 17" notebooks
  • Powers and charges virtually all notebooks from an auto or airplane DCoutlet
  • Plugs into a cigarette lighter or Empower port for easy, on-the-go power
  • Includes multiple tips for use with major-brand notebooks
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Features

  • Up to 60% smaller and 70% lighter than other DC chargers for easy portability
  • 120 watt charger--enough to power and charge even the largest 17" notebooks
  • Powers and charges virtually all notebooks from an auto or airplane DC outlet
  • Plugs into a cigarette lighter or Empower port for easy, on-the-go PC power
  • Includes multiple tips for use with major-brand PC notebooks

50. Kensington Security MicroSaver Alarmed Computer Lock - 64196

our price: $46.99
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Asin: B00076THAQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 9600
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Product Description

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Features

  • Patented T-bar lock provides most secure computer locking option.
  • Industry leading Micro Saver (R) computer lock with audible alarm to secure your computer.
  • If the reinforced cable is cut, the alarm sounds immediately and can be heard up to 50 ft away.
  • 6 ft. aircraft-grade steel cable attaches to computer.
  • Fits into the Kensington Security slot found in almost all notebooks, desktops, flat panel monitors, tablet PCs and other portable devices.

51. Kensington Anti-Glare Slimscreen Slim Profile for 16-17IN Monitor
list price: $69.95
our price: $47.99
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Asin: B00004Z6S3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 22468
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Features

  • Durable and easy to clean
  • Dissipates 99.9 percent of extralow and very low frequency electric-field radiation
  • Design blends in with monitor
  • Lifetime warranty

52. Kensington Port Replicator / Expansion Dock with USB, SER, PAR, ETH for Dell Inspiron (TM) - 33232

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Asin: B0007KQL9W
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington Technology Group
Sales Rank: 38981
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Product Description

The Notebook Dock connects notebooks to all desktop accessories from a single USB port. Multi-function port replicator provides 5.1 stereo audio jacks, parallel and serial ports, and three USB 2.0 ports. ... Read more

Features

  • Add or remove devices without turning off computer - port replicator provides 5.1 audio jacks, parallel, serial and three USB 2.0 ports
  • A single USB plug quickly connects notebook to keyboard, printer, network and USB 2.0 devices
  • 5.1 surround sound support includes rear, front, and center speaker outputs
  • High-speed USB 2.0 provides 40 times faster transfers than USB 1.1.
  • Slim design and cable management eliminate desktop clutter

53. Kensington/Gravis Gamepad Pro (USB) - 42111
list price: $24.99
our price: $18.55
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Asin: B00000K4TQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 4520
Average Customer Review: 3.37 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

The USB version of Gravis's GamePad Pro makes for an extremely simple setup--in Windows 98, all you need to do is plug it in and start playing. Mac setup is almost as simple and involves an additional software installation with the provided software.

The GamePad Pro's long 8-foot connecting cable gives you plenty of room to take a step or two back from your PC while gaming. The gamepad also features hot swapping so you can plug and unplug various USB peripherals without having to reboot or turn off your machine. In Windows 98, the gamepad uses the driver for an "HID Compliant Game Controller," so you can start playing right after installation, without having to calibrate the pad. Upon installation, you can also immediately access the Test area of the Game Controllers function to make sure the gamepad is connected properly.

The GamePad Pro's basic layout should be familiar to anyone who's ever played a console game (in fact, it closely resembles the standard PlayStation controller). It has a thumb-controlled directional pad on the left for movement, four action buttons on the right, and four flipper buttons on the top of the pad to handle additional game controls. If you're one of those folks who'd rather manage movement with a stick, the GamePad Pro also features an attachable joystick that screws into the middle of the D-pad. However, the pad can feel a bit small for users with sizable hands.

The GamePad Pro works well for sports games (it was perfect for NFL Blitz 2000) and action games, but is limited by the number of buttons for more involved games, such as first-person shooters.

In addition to quick installation, the GamePad Pro also boasts a nice sticker price. If you're looking for an easy-to-use gamepad to handle basic controls in your games, the GamePad Pro should do the trick. --J. Curtis

Pros:

  • Easy to set up and use
  • Nicely priced

Cons:

  • A little small for larger hands
  • Very basic
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Features

  • Compatible with PC games using joystick or keyboard
  • Digital control for precision and instantaneous response
  • Thumb-controlled directional pad with detachable joystick
  • Built-in connector accommodates 2 pads for head-to-head play
  • 10 programmable action buttons

Reviews (30)

2-0 out of 5 stars Tolerable, unspectacular PlayStation work-alike
With a form-factor nearly identical to the original PlayStation controllers (but minus the analog sticks of the "Dual Shock" controller), this controller's obvious benefit is to owners of "Connectix Virtual Game Station", the PlayStaiton-on-Macintosh emulator. It's also handy for arcade-y titles and MacMAME, the emulator of classic arcade video games.

The one place Gravis makes a change is very much for the worse -- the four separate directional buttons are replaced by a single pivoting directional-pad. As too often happens with designs like this, the D-pad pushes two switches at once, and ALWAYS comes through as a diagonal (eg, right + up, when you thought you were just pushing right). The frequent inability to enter a true right, left, up, or down is annoying in some games, particularly in navigating the menus of an RPG, and deadly in others (PSX "Asteroids" is unplayable when rotating your ship sometimes inadvertantly puts you into hyperspace, since that's what "up" does).

Also of note is the fact that this controller works only with games written to use Apple's "InputSprockets". That's true of most late 90's / early 2000's games, but not of some earlier titles ("Descent", which used to be bundled with Mac Performas, comes to mind), and it's not clear if Sprockets will be supported in the upcoming Mac OS X.

That said, driver installation is easy and has been hassle-free on my two iMacs and my iBook. USB plug-and-play almost always works without a snap, though I've found it's better to plug it in once the Finder is up instead of during the boot cycle.

If you play lots of Mac games (and by the way... HOW?!), this is better than relying on mouse/keyboard alone, but the D-pad problems are a major aggrivation.

3-0 out of 5 stars you get what you pay for...
i bought this item at best buy ($12) for use with my NES emulator on my laptop. on the plus side, winXP recognizes this thing right away and you're good to go. however, like a lot of other users, i found the D pad to be a problem. i screwed in the "joystick" thingie and didn't find it made any difference. when i would hold it up or down, it would move in different (diagonal) directions. there were certain moves/functions i could not do in my NES games because of this. so yeah, it's usuable, if you don't need to hold it up or down for more than 1/2 a second. not bad for the price, but if you want full functionality, spend a few more bucks and get something better.

3-0 out of 5 stars WARNING LABEL
This is a warning to all consumers. This product's USB cable contains lead. This is clearly labeled on the back of the box, "Please wash your hands after using this product," but not on this web-site.

If you have small children or were planning on giving this to a child, please do not.

-- Joseph Hawkins

3-0 out of 5 stars OK but you can do better than this...
This is an inexpensive, lightweight PS2-style programmable gamepad that would otherwise be a great value were it not for the extremely shoddy directional pad.
I own two of these gamepads for about 3 years (which shows its durable) and they have fared well for emulator games and games such as Madden and High Heat Baseball where precise directional control is not crucial. But the d-pad makes this almost unusable for 3D and racing games.

The d-pad is slotted to the diagonals which tends to push you diagonally when you want to go up, down, left, or right. This makes it difficult to go in a straight line which can kill you in certain games where accuracy and speed are important. Using the mini-joystick can help control a little better. The controller is kinda small so it may not fit well in big hands. Its instant and easy setup without any software makes it a true plug-n-play device.

For the $10-$15 price range you can't beat this, but do yourself a favor and spend another $5 to $10 more if you can for a better quality gamepad with ergonomic controls, trigger buttons, and force feedback.

1-0 out of 5 stars Stops working in Windows 2000
The USB Gravis Gamepad Pro stops working after a while (Windows 2000 claims I have a gamepad pro plugged in... except that the buttons don't work). There doesn't seem to be a solution, except for a half-baked one which is to reboot the computer when it happens, so I don't recommend this product. I replaced the Gravis with a USB Belkin Nostromo N45, which works like a champ. I also have a Logitech Wingman Action, which also works very well. ... Read more


54. Kensington LCD WALL MOUNT/CUBICLE HANGAR ( 60064 )

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Asin: B000093LWD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 11449
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Features

  • Wall mount for flat panel monitors
  • Save desk space
  • Rotate from landscape to portrait easily
  • Very easy to adjust
  • Two year warranty

55. Kensington USB Keyboard in a Box for Mac - 64350
list price: $52.95
our price: $27.02
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Asin: B00006HOBP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 3252
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Plug any low-powered USB product such as your mouse or gaming device into the USB ports on either end of the keyboard
  • The extra USB port means no more reaching to the back of your computer
  • Bonus wrist-rest included inside to improve comfort and productivity
  • Soft-Power button works as power-on, sleep, or wake-up depending on Mac® model

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent repalcement keyboard for USB Apple computers
This is a full sized, smoke/black keyboard with large white characters on the key faces. It has a soft power switch on the upper right of the keyboard. The keyboard is solid and well made with light, but long, key travel. This a USB keyboard with USB ports on the left and right rear edge. More important, this is a Mac keyboard, not a generic USB or Windows-but-can-be-used-with-a-Mac keyboard.

The Kensington 64350 is a great replacement for the old style compact iMac keyboard and standard Apple USB keyboards.

1-0 out of 5 stars WRONG Keyboard
1) The "64350" keyboard is for MAC computers only, not PC's!

2) The product photo (white keyboard) that you see here on Amazon is NOT the keyboard that you will receive. The white keyboard photo is for the 64330 keyboard, not the 64350 keyboard. For a detailed description of the "64350" keyboard that you will receive, go [online.]P>3) After promising a full refund (including shipping), and after returning the keyboard, Office Depot did not even refund the full amount of the keyboard plus taxes! After calling up and complaining, they again said they would offer a full refund.

4) Over a week has gone by and Office Depot has not corrected the incorrect keyboard image on this web page. ... Read more


56. Adjustable Foot Rest Keeps Legs& Feet At Comfortable Sitting

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Asin: B00006B885
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 9495
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57. Kensington Microsaver Guaranteed Replacement Computer Lock & Cable/Security Device for Mac or PC - 64038

our price: $57.99
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Asin: B00009U1AD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 5608
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Kensington Edge:Purchase of this computer lock guarantees replacement of any locked laptop computer that's stolen (some restrictions apply)
  • Superior protection from6´ aircraft-grade steel cable with Kevlar brand fiber and stainless steel braiding for added strength -withstands 300 lbs of force
  • Patented T-bar lock provides most secure connection to Kensington Security slot (found in 99% of laptops)
  • Easy to use computer lock with no screws, messy glue, or brackets to install
  • Won´t mar laptop or block ports

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars good
A fair deal; the insurance policy is only good up to $1500, but the requirements are not onerous (you register online, and then you must file a police report within 72 hours after theft, you must mail them within seven days.) They pay the blue book value of your computer, whatever that is. The policy is only good for a year, however, and it's a bit of a pain to renew it (e.g., you have to call them after 11 months, and there's a $15 fee, which they reserve the right to raise as much as they like.)

You need to return both keys, and although there is no duty to show them a cut cable or to give proof that you really locked your machine, the police report probably has to check out (i.e., you are only covered if your computer was locked up securely per direction.)

Anyway, yes, it's peace of mind, with a bunch of qualifications.

The cable itself is nice, looks sturdy, and is flexible enough not to be a pain. I'm not sure if I'd leave my computer locked up in a hotel room with it, but for semi-secure locations like a shared common work area, it's ideal. ... Read more


58. Kensington Studio Mouse Designed for Mac - 64322
list price: $99.99
our price: $36.99
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Asin: B000067DUW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 10218
Average Customer Review: 3.14 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Precision feel and fingertip control makes this mouse a perfect match for the Macintosh DiamondEye(TM) optical technology delivers smooth cursor control on any surface
  • Mouse has stylish, Macintosh-like design

Reviews (7)

2-0 out of 5 stars Inconsistent results
Used on a Mac OS X machine running 10.2.6. I found the other reviews really interesting because of their inconsistency. Many had trouble with the scroll pad, yet that part worked perfectly for me. The right clicking was also perfect. Where I had problems was in basic (left) clicking. I don't think it was an RF problem. I tried both channels, and as I said above, most of the functions worked fine.

Half the time it was as if the mouse (or perhaps the receiver cradle) would not detect a mouse up event. I'd click, and the system acted as if I was holding the mouse down. If I then quickly moved the pointer, usually the mouse up would get acknowledged.

The other half of the problem was mouse clicks not being registered at all if I clicked too fast. However, "too fast" for the Studio Mouse was no problem for any other mouse I?ve ever used. I had to force my self to hold the button in the down position a little longer than is natural for me. So what that gave me was a tiny timing window between "too fast" of a click and the system deciding I was holding the mouse button down. Argh! The last place you want to deal with thinking precisely about how fast you do something is with basic mouse input. The mouse ceases to be an extension of my mind and body.

There's probably something amiss in the mouse driver for the Mac OS. I suspect a conflict of some sort because it does seem to work fine for some, but I don't have a lot of extensions in my system. Unfortunately. I find I have little desire to spend the time and effort to track down a problem with something as basic as mouse clicks. Sorry Kensington, but it's back to the wired Intellimouse for me on the Mac.

All is not lost. The Studio Mouse drivers for Windows seem to not have these problems, so I'll be bringing it to work where I'm forced to use PCs, and I have a situation of a fairly long distance between my mouse area and the PC case. I bought it for the Mac, though, so that's why the 2 stars.

2-0 out of 5 stars scroll button needs a lot of work
This mouse looks cool and it performs well in every area but one: scrolling. The wheel-less button is very difficult to control with any precision and it requires a suprising amount of pressure to activate. If you don't do a lot of scrolling then I'd recommend this mouse, but if this is a feature you use repeatedly then I'd give it a pass and wait for Kensington to come up with a better scrolling button.

4-0 out of 5 stars Slick Compliment to the G4
Like many others, I waited for this mouse based on the marketing hype. It is quite nice to look at, but the real test is on actual use. The appearance, shape and feel is very nice, it is tapered and almost flat which is ergonomically great for small hands, however I find its squared-off base digs in after long use. I still prefer this over other brand name mice particularly those with "humped" backs which make my hand quite tired. This is my preferred mouse of the many I tried for fit and use.

I have no absolutely no problems with Mouseworks and its use in OS X (Jaguar) the current version is available on Kensington.com.

The "scrolling" takes some getting use to; it is not a wheel but a touch pad.

I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 because for the amount of money, Kensington could at least have put a better cord on it. Its sticky casing catches on anything in its way, the edge of the keyboard tray for instance. I'm forever pulling the mouse back which is maddening especially when performing detailed mousing in Photoshop. The cheap cord makes for a great case for the wireless Studio Mouse. If only it was affordable.

2-0 out of 5 stars Made for OS X - NOT!
I bought this to go with my new PowerBook. I've owned lots of Logitech and Microsoft mice over the years - ball, optical, corded, cordless, wired, wireless - you name it. I currently prefer Logiech cordless optical mice, but I was intrigued by the scroll strip on this device after hearing the hype about how it was designed for Mac OS X, decided to try it (plus it looks cool).

I loaded the driver software; when my computer restarted, I was treated to a series of warnings that the driver software was about to compromise my system security. I elected to use it anyway, which was pointless, since each time I attempted to open the software I got a message that said my "Kensington Mouse background application" wasn't running, or something to that effect. The mouse was partly functional using the standard Mac drivers, but I couldn't adjust parameters like double-click and tracking speed satisfactorily, nor could I custom program the buttons or make use of the third click button.

Well, it was off to Kensington's web site. I found new a new driver, downloaded and installed it, and now I can't find any sign of any Kensington drivers or utilities. The error messages are gone, but so's the icon for the utility, so I still can't program my mouse. My advice, get a Logitech or MS Mouse.

I can't really rate the mouse from a hardware performance standpoint, since I can't program it to work the way I want it too.

5-0 out of 5 stars Go ahead, Mac user. Spoil yourself. You're worth it.
Some time back, I commented on the Kensington Optical Pro mouse, rating it highly despite the fact that some Windows users complained about driver software. I had no such problems; the MouseWorks software worked jusf fine for me, and the mouse did everything expected of it.

Except for a few minor quibbles, that is: The styling left a little to be desired. (It reminded me too much of a similar Microsoft product, hardly something that a Mac user would appreciate.) There were actually a few too many buttons which, despite their easy programmability, represented "overkill" for a Mac user. The ergonomic feel, after a while, was a little too clunky. And the blue/gray color scheme didn't go all that well with my PowerBook G4 Titanium laptop.

Then, some weeks ago, on the back cover of a recent issue of MacWorld, I saw a "preview" ad for this Kensington StudioMouse, and said "That's what I've been waiting for!" I lusted for it for a number of weeks, awaiting its availability. Now I've got it, and it's the best I've ever used, hands down. It isn't even close; this mouse, in my opinion, has no real competition.

Ergonomically, the feel is perfect; far better, in fact, than the Optical Pro mouse it replaces. The shape is better, the size is smaller (the Optical Pro mouse was just a little too large for me), and the rubberized sides provide a "slip-free" grip (also a problem with the rather slippery Optical Pro mouse). The silver and white color scheme is a perfect match for my PowerBook G4. And the button "feel" is far more positive, giving a nice "click" when actuated. Moreover, since I had earlier updated the MouseWorks software, from the Kensington website, to the current issue level provided with this StudioMouse, it worked immediately, and as advertised, in "plug and play" mode without needing to load the software contained on the CD-ROM provided with the mouse.

Mouse-wise, I think I'm set now. (Interestingly, while Apple continues to lead the industry in the industrial design of computers, I can't say that I'm impressed with their current mouse offerings. They are quite "plain Jane" compared with this beauty.)

Finally, while the StudioMouse is advertised as "exclusively for the Mac," and the supporting literature states the same claim, the CD-ROM includes software and drivers for Windows 95, 98, NT 4.0, Windows 2000 and Windows XP. This is no guarantee that all the Mac-applicable features such as the pan/zoom button will work under Windows. But I think I'll give it a try on the Windows 2000 machine that I almost never use. This StudioMouse is THAT much better than the usual cheap-looking/feeling peripherals that seem to dominate the Windows world. ... Read more


59. Kensington Contour Pro Xbrace Notebook Carrying Case (62236)
list price: $69.99
our price: $72.99
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Asin: B0000DBML4
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Kensington Technology Group
Sales Rank: 4534
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Product Description

Kensington Contour Pro XBrace 15-inch Notebook Carrying Case Patent Pending XBrace Protection for Your Notebook This ultimate professional computer carrying case gives you comfort with industry-leading protection and durability. Unique XBrace protection system suspends laptop in mid-air via elastic straps. Patented Contour panel hugs your body, relieving shoulder and neck fatigue by 35%. 1680D ballistic nylon for life-long durability. Weight-distributing organizational system for enhanced accessibility. Umbrella / water bottle holders. Endorsed by the American Chiropractic Association as a healthy computer carrying case for mobile professionals. ... Read more

Features

  • Kensington Edge: Patent pending XBrace Notebook Protection in this carrying case provides protection on all sides of the laptop.
  • Carrying case made of1680 Denier Ballistic nylon - protects against abrasions, punctures and tears
  • Contour panel in carrying case and weight distribution system reduce muscle fatigue by 35%
  • Convenient compartment for on-the-go access to aircraft tickets, et al
  • Carrying case has ergonomic handles that stay together and evenly distribute weight

60. Kensington Lightweight, Slim line 70 Watt DC Power Supply for PC Notebooks (33195)

our price: $65.99
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Asin: B0007W1K8C
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington
Sales Rank: 45021
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Product Description

A Travel Companion That's Always Welcome

Light, lean, and packed with power--the Kensington Notebook Power Adapter powers and charges the road warrior's essentials. Its slim-line profile is up 70% lighter and 60% smaller than comparable chargers so it virtually disappears on the road and in the briefcase. Yet, with 70 watts of power and multiple charger tips, it can power virtually any notebook computer--all from any auto or airline power supply.

Features:

  • Up to 70% smaller and lighter than other chargers for easy portability
  • Powers and charges virtually all notebook computers from any auto or airplane DC outlet
  • 70 watts--enough to power and charge nearly all standard-size notebooks
  • Plugs into a cigarette lighter or Empower port for easy, on-the-go power
  • Includes multiple charger tips for use with major-brand notebooks
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Features

  • Incredibly lightweight power supply -- less than 10 oz.
  • Up to 70% smaller and lighter than other power chargers for easy portability
  • 70 watts--enough to power and charge nearly all standard-size PC notebooks
  • Powers and charges virtually all PC notebook computers from any auto or airplane DC outlet
  • Power adapter purchase includes multiple charger tips for use with major-brand PC notebooks

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