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Master of Reality

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#1 14 years ago

quick question..........im lookin for a keyboard/optical mouse combo and im just wonderin if there is any advantage to getting a wireless keyboard/mouse, or should i just stick with a corded keyboard/optical mouse :cool:




SnuFFeh

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#2 14 years ago

Cordless Keyboards would be fine I guess, but I cant stand wireless mice for gaming.




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#3 14 years ago

I don't see the point of using a wireless keyboard/mouse myself unless I'm planning to use it from such a distance that I can't see the monitor properly. Plus they normally run on battery power meaning that your keyboard can die on you while typing, not too useful :uhm:

I have a USB keyboard and mouse that I've had for a couple of years now, and it suits me perfectly because all the letters and numbers work when I press them, and thats all I need.




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#4 14 years ago

a cordless mouse is a bliss when playing and the keyboard too. no wire to get caught in something. you can place it whereever you want. just make sure you get a good one and not just a cheapass one. get a Logitech.

teh SheepPlus they normally run on battery power meaning that your keyboard can die on you while typing, not too useful :uhm:

the good ones come with rechargable batteries. you simply place the mouse in a holder when you don't use it and it recharges automatically. and as for the keyboard, i've had mine for over a year now and i haven't had to change the batteries yet. plus, you're promted with a warning when the batteries are running low.




Phantom Phreak

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#5 14 years ago

lol sheep

i personaly use wireless but i cant feel a difference wen using wireless keybrd/optical mouse compared with normal keybrd/optical mouse




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#6 14 years ago

Radiosignal based wirless applications have some flaws. Bluetooth is a much better option.