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Thread: Wireless keyboard and mouse

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    Default Wireless keyboard and mouse

    Good morning to all, I am looking for some sugestions for a new wireless keyboard and mouse. I don't do any gaming, mostly surfing and emailing. Thanks in advance for the help. Glen

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    The only experience I've had is with the Bluetooth wireless mouse on my wife's laptop. It was a pain in the buttocks.

    I shopped around quite a bit and read several reviews and determined that Logitech was my best choice. They have several different keyboard and mouse combinations.

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    Have this, love it, and will continue to recommend it. I don't play games either.

    http://www.newegg.com/product/produc...82E16823126180

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    Once again, thanks for the reply fellows. I am using a cheap micro innovations combo now and have had it for several years, but need something nicer for my my supercomputer. I really like the idea of the optical, chunky. As far as the batteries go, how long should I expect out of them?

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    Several months, although I can't recall the last time I changed them. Very efficient.

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    I got the Logitech Wave mouse/keyboard combo a couple weeks ago. I love it so far:

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16823126033

    However, it's a bit pricey, even with the mail-in rebate. I got mine for $15 at Staples!

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