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Product roundup: Razer unveils "most advanced" gaming mouse, AMD partners with Samsung

Plus, safety headphones hit the market
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We take a look at the new product announcements made over the past week, including a new Razer mouse and AMD teaming up with Samsung.

Gaming vendor Razer has announced the new Razer Mamba, what it describes as "the world’s most advanced gaming mouse" with a 5G laser sensor, capable of tracking up to 16,000 DPI.

The mouse is priced at £134.99 while the Razer Mamba Tournament edition will cost £79.99.

HP has unveiled its first Windows 10 commercial tablet, which boasts an eight-inch diagonal HD screen.

The Pro Tablet 608 comes with up to eight hours of battery life, weights 0.45kg and has been designed with Corning Gorilla Glass.

Tech group Geemarc has launched a set of safety earphones, which ensure sound levels do not exceed the recommended guidelines.

The KiwiBeat Music 101 headphones are available on the Action for Hearing Loss website for a limited time only.

Etailer Amazon has introduced its new Kindle Paperwhite boasting a high resolution Paperwhite display.

The new device is priced at $119 (£75) and will also feature a new typesetting engine.

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AMD has revealed that Samsung has selected the AMD Embedded G-Series SoC for its new line-up of cloud monitors.

The 21.5-inch TC222W and 23.6-inch TC242W monitors will be available in Q3 2015.

Overclockers has listed the Cougar QBX advanced compact gaming case in-store. The Mini-ITX case can hold high-end graphics cards up to 350mm in length, up to five hard drives and features a slim optical drive bay with USB 3.0 interface.

In addition, Overclockers is listing the full range of high performance cooling solutions from Thermal Grizzly.

This week Nest updated its entire product line with the introduction of the Nest Cam, the second-generation Nest Protect, a brand new app and features for the Nest Learning Thermostat.

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RTF Europe has announced the launch of Vise LCE, a high security adjustable lasso sensor, designed to protect valuable products in-store.

Vice can be fitted to hundreds of products, while also allowing customers to ‘try before they buy’.

Adobe introduced the release of Adobe Creative Cloud this week, which has transformed every creative app.

Plus, everything within the software is connected thanks to Adobe CreativeSync technology.

Users can protect their home with the new Y-cam Home Monitor, which is a motion activated home security camera that is priced at £129.99.

The camera allows users to see and hear what’s happening in their home via a smartphone or tablet, and alerts you when motion is detected.

Essencore Limited has announced that its gaming memory module brand Klevv will be available in European countries.

Products from the company include USB flash drives, Solid State Drives and MicroSD cards.

A new line-up of hubs have also been released from StarTech this week which allow users to connect to up to four displays using Multi-Stream Transport technology.

Prices start from £82.99 for both the Mini DisplayPort to 2x DisplayPort MST Hub and the DisplayPort to 2x DisplayPort MST Hub, while the Mini DisplayPort to 4x DisplayPort MST Hub and the DisplayPort to 4x DisplayPort MST Hub both cost £155.99.

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In addition, Creative Labs has launched the new Sound Blaster FRee Portable Bluetooth Speaker with two custom-tuned Neodymium drivers.

It boasts a 360 degree sound, features dual-orientaiton playback and is priced at £79.99.

Netgear has expanded its family of VDSL Modern Routers with the addition of the Nighthawk AC1900 WiFi Modem Router (D7000).

Users can connect to superfast broadband with the router, which features two SuperSpeed USB 3.0 ports for double the storage.

Lastly, Cherry has unveiled its MX Board 6.0 keyboard for enthusiasts. It combines the latest RealKey-technology for analog signal processing.

The keyboard also boasts a lifespan of more than 50 million operations and features anti-ghosting technology.

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