Good keyboard/mouse?

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  1. isocene

    isocene New Member

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    I'm just looking for a simple quality keyboard, and a mouse too :wiggle:
     
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    Penguin Man Protect Your Digital Liberties

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    Any Logitech will do. Find one you like.

    I use a Microsoft ergonomic keyboard that I find more comfortable than a standard keyboard. Depending how much you use it, an ergonomic keyboard may be worth looking into.
     
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    I'm using an ergonomic keyboard from Microsoft right now and it just doesn't float my boat, the armrest and extra buttons make it little too big for my desk size right now and I can live without the curve. Althought I use the shortcut buttons a LOT. Since I type my own way, not the traditional way, the gap in the middle just isn't for me. Does anyone know much about the Saitek Eclipse Keyboard?
     
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    logitech keyboards suck. Poor key response, and they stick way too easily.

    I have been using an Apple keyboard and am quite happy with it. I recommend it.

    As for a mouse, I am very happy with my MX518.
     

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