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    Enhanced mice and keyboards for power users




    BEST HARDWARE

    Enhanced mice and keyboards for power users

    By Michael Lasky

    Two new mice and a keyboard offer increased precision, productivity, and speed as we power through days of work and a few evenings of gaming. The latest pointing-device technology tackles one of the bugaboos of the common mouse: glass surfaces.

    The full text of this column is posted at WindowsSecrets.com/best-hardware/enhanced-mice-and-keyboards-for-power-users]/ (free content, opens in a new window/tab).

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    Who pays this kind of money for a mouse or a keyboard?? Seriously?

    For me, a mouse or a keyboard is just a means to an end -- getting a job done.

    For that matter, the whole PC and its OS and software are just means to an end.

    I guess that makes me not a power user?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobprimak View Post
    Who pays this kind of money for a mouse or a keyboard?? Seriously?

    For me, a mouse or a keyboard is just a means to an end -- getting a job done.

    For that matter, the whole PC and its OS and software are just means to an end.

    I guess that makes me not a power user?
    Bob you ARE a power user! Maybe not a gamer or touch typist, But $50 bucks for a mouse is not out of bounds, I still have an unopened MX I got for $70 on sale because I was having problems w/ my MS set. MS keyboard/mouse was about $80 many years ago. Now 2 bills+ for a keyboard would not be my choice but for touch typist blogger, different requirements and skill set.
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