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1-17-2009 @ 2:15PM
I use Logitech for my keyboard, mouse, speakers, and headphones, and absolutely love their products. They've a bit more expensive than other brands (though actually not as expensive as the Steelseries), but for as much as I use my keyboard and mouse, it's been worth it.I've also heard good things about Microsoft brand keyboard and mice.
1-17-2009 @ 2:16PM
That should be "They're a bit more expensive". I need to lrn2proofread.
1-17-2009 @ 2:49PM
I'm currently using a Microsoft brand keyboard and mouse, and have had no problems at all with either. After years of using a regular mouse, the wireless is excellent, and the extra buttons on both mouse and keyboard help a great deal.For example, one of the programmable buttons on my keyboard... launches WoW. *grin*
1-17-2009 @ 2:59PM
If your going for an MS mouse dont go for the HABU, this thing has such bad build quality.
1-17-2009 @ 3:57PM
I too love Logitech products, despite the slight extra cost. Can't wait for the G9x mouse to come out, will do more than the Steelseries ever could.
1-18-2009 @ 5:55AM
I'm using a microsoft keyboard (Just the standard black one) with a microsoft Sidewinder mouse, the keyboard is about 6 years old and only now have the buttons started to fade - and its only the a, s and d keys that are fading, The mouse I have had for close to a year and a half and I can't complain - It sometimes has a bit of lag on the side buttons but appart from that its an excellent mouse, especially with the adjustable weight and sensitivity!
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