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Old 08-11-2012, 06:04 PM
Michael Knutson
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I'm a fan of Logitech mice (mouses?) too, as they just seem to feel better in the hand. I very seldom use a trackpad or track pointer (ThinkPad) if a mouse is available. Maybe it's my age, and not being a game player, but I'm just more comfortable with a mouse. All wireless these days, with the tiny usb transmitters.

Keyboards are pretty much the same story, but I have all laptops now (Apple, Sony, ASUS), as does my wife, so we don't own an external KB.

I tend to buy all these devices at brick-and-mortar retailers, as (IMHO) there is no substitute for holding and maneuvering mice, or checking out the feel and typing angle of keyboards.
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