[TriLUG] Wireless Keyboard ... which one?
jsnonzzr at gmail.com
Fri Jan 4 19:08:49 EST 2008
I play BF 2142 fairly regulary and have never been affected by my mouse and
keyboard (rf wireless). if there is lag in them, its due to the fact that I
havent used a wired mouse/keyboard in over 6 years. (only gone though 2
keyboards and 3 mice... I had a button wear out from to many games). as
mentioned above, the only problem I have ever hit was the batteries dieing
in the middle of a fight.
I got my current keyboard/mouse for 39 bucks off sale from tigerdirect.com.
keyboard is a "logitech cordless desktop ex110 keyboard"
the mouse just says cordless optical mouse... but they came as a set.
On Jan 4, 2008 5:49 PM, Lee Fickenscher <elfick at mac.com> wrote:
> Hmm... Something in my mail system ate 2 messages in this thread, the
> one from Scott and one from Ritesh. It ate Ritesh's email as I was
> watching it so I got on pipermail and lo and behold there is also a
> message from Scott also. So unfortunately my reply has no quotation..
> In my original message I listed the MX Laser as one I have used for
> quite a while. Specifically it is the MX 1000 Laser. It doesn't appear
> on logitech's site anymore so it may be discontinued but I found it on
> I've also mentioned a Logitech bluetooth mouse which is the V270. This
> model has a manual on/off switch and thus doesn't shut off its LED.
> Again, I think the mouse has been replaced by a newer model but it is
> still available.
> I've tried other bluetooth mice and have seen what you both mention,
> jitters and startup lag, so I know what you are talking about, but it
> is completely non existent with both the mice I have mentioned.
> In the interest of full disclosure I don't do any serious FPS gaming
> but I do a lot of player-vs-player in World of Warcraft and based on
> the little FPS I've played I feel it is close enough to call the
> difference nill. While my reaction time may not be the top of the
> board, I don't think it is enough that I'd fail to notice significant
> lag if it were existent.
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