Mouse and keyboard

By GNS1310
Apr 5, 2009
  1. Time for me to buy a new keyboard and mouse. I've used Logitech for as long as I can remember, no complaints.
    My mouse is pretty beat up. I've had a laser for a couple years and for some reason I remember my previous optical working much better. I havent used a mousepad in forever, just running the mouse over a smooth dark desk surface.
    Any suggestions? Everythings gotta be wireless, trying to keep the clutter down. I also have 2 monitors that I run the mouse back and forth to.
    The keys are starting to stick on the keybaord. I've gotten in there with Q-Tips and rubbing alcohol quite a few times and got a ton of gunk out, but its still old and worn.
    I would think Logitech is the way to go, but I've seen quite a few Microsoft keyboard/mouse combos out there, wondering if I should go that way.
  2. Spyder_1386

    Spyder_1386 TS Rookie Posts: 498

    I'm a fan of whatever feels comfortable. Logitech and Microsoft have impressed me most in that regard so I guess you're already half way there in making a decision anyways. Sure, some products are better than others and choosing between these are important, but I think it's more about what you need and want to do with the mouse and keyboard (gaming products are much different to the average stuff etc). Good luck!

    Spyder_1386 :)
  3. GNS1310

    GNS1310 TS Booster Topic Starter Posts: 92

    No gaming here. Thats what my PS3 is for. Play a ton of poker, back and forth between multiple tables on both monitors. Heard great things about Lasers compared to Optical, but had better luck with my optical. Still shopping around.
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