Bluetooth keyboard and mouse

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  1. Walter Sobchak

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    What the best on the market at the mo?

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    Without really knowing anything about this...

    normally Microsoft and Logitech are most popular I believe, so check their current product lines for the bluetooth models and get the most expensive ones, then see if you can find some review on them :smashin:
     
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    What about the Gyration that you can use in mid air?
     
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    I own and seriously rate the Logitech DiNovo, i've had it since it came out and it's solid as a rock. Also depending on what media SW you are using the media pad (the numeric pad but wiht display) can tell you what track is playing and let you change tracks and stuff.

    They also do a DiNovo that isn't bluetooth, wish I had that option really since I am a strong believer that Bluetooth is the devils work.

    I also have a standard wireless non-bluetooth KB + Mouse from logitech for in the kitchen. Cost less than £30 and it's cracking for the money. Not sure which model it is but it uses a slimline keyboard (like the DiNovo). I much prefer slimline keyboards mainly since I have been typing on laptops now for about 3 years solid but also since they look so much better.

    Overall though the DiNovo is the sh*t, the smaller keyboard sans the numeric pad is ideal for a bit of lap typing.
     
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    who wants to use a mouse/keyboard in mid-air :confused:


    :D as I said I don't know anything about bluetooth, I've been using cordless for a while but actually came back on that as for gaming it's simply best to have a cord.

    Was only trying to get you on your way. Search google for reviews is the best way to go I guess. Good luck!
     
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    My computer is upstairs, so I just want something that will work over around 15ft for changing media clips and maybe some gaming.
     

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