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    Wireless Keyboard and Mouse combanations ???

    What you recomend ?



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    probably the logitec elite combo...

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    Logitech MX duo

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    i see no advantage in having a wireless keyboard . please enlighten me, am i missing something? scince when does your keyboard move around? why do people buy them?

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    Originally posted by ryder
    i see no advantage in having a wireless keyboard . please enlighten me, am i missing something? scince when does your keyboard move around? why do people buy them?
    To get rid of horrible cables!!! : D

    I'd recommend Logitech's new piece of kit, the DiNivo!! Luberly!


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    M$'s wireless optical desktop is what i use, excellent value and the usual top M$ quality

    you wont find a better wireless KB out there, its easy to use and has a great range

    the mouse is only average tho - logitechs wireless one is better so i would say get a wireless M$ KB and the logictech MX700

    that said the M$ mouse works great for me, i never used the side buttons on my old mouse anyway.

    Battery life is ace too, my mouse lasts about 1month of heavy use, and the kb about 2 (tho this depends on the batteries used)

    As for why you would want one? no cables makes it easy to hide them if you have a 'stealthed' pc, and you can pick them up and walk about with them. eg i often use mine from my bed - 6ft from my pc. works great for stopping and playing DvD's etc, or for chattin on msn when u feel lazy (tho you need to turn down your resolution or you cant read the screen ;P )

    hope this helps

    (btw its ~£40 from dabs (OEM))

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    I got a Ice white microsoft keyboard the wireless set one, and a mx700, and just using the keyboard from the set and the mx700

    great for me :d

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    Di Nivo setup. If you have £180 to spare.
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