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    * Best Wireless Keyboard/Mouse???

    Alright all, my Logitech MX3200 that I've had for nearly 3 years is about shot

    I love the thing, works awesome, does not suck through the batteries, mouse is responsive, touch on the keys is superb.

    I'm in the market for a new set and I'm curious what others are using and how they like it. I personally cannot buy a keyboard online as I have this thing about being able to touch the keys and see how they feel.

    I cannot stand flat keyboards unless they are on a laptop, I need raised keys.

    Anyone have any suggestions for a quality, long lasting, wireless keyboard and mouse set?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SC-Daniel View Post
    Alright all, my Logitech MX3200 that I've had for nearly 3 years is about shot

    I love the thing, works awesome, does not suck through the batteries, mouse is responsive, touch on the keys is superb.

    I'm in the market for a new set and I'm curious what others are using and how they like it. I personally cannot buy a keyboard online as I have this thing about being able to touch the keys and see how they feel.

    I cannot stand flat keyboards unless they are on a laptop, I need raised keys.

    Anyone have any suggestions for a quality, long lasting, wireless keyboard and mouse set?

    -Daniel
    Why not just buy another MX3200? http://www.amazon.com/Logitech-96768.../dp/B000HCRVSK

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    Quote Originally Posted by timburke View Post
    I thought about it, but wanted to see what others people use first I like change after using something for 3 years
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    I've switched over to the Mac side of things, but my favorite keyboard so far has been the Logitech diNovo Edge:
    http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/ke.../4429&cl=US,EN

    • Bluetooth
    • Touchpad (with LMB/RMB + tap/scroll gestures)
    • Media keys
    • OS X hotkeys
    • Touch slider for volume
    • Quiet keys but solid tactile feedback on presses
    • Base recharger (no batteries; and lasts several weeks on a quick charge)


    My favorite mouse is the Logitech MX Revolution:
    http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/mi...s/130&cl=US,EN

    I have no idea how I lived as long as I did without the little mouse-wheel clutch and the ability to spin it like Wheel of Fortune on a long block of code.
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    I've switched over to the Mac side of things, but my favorite keyboard so far has been the Logitech diNovo Edge:
    http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/ke.../4429&cl=US,EN
    Are the keys really flat? The keyboard looks really nice, but I just can't stand flat keys
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    Daniel, I'd have to agree with the Revolution - I have the VX revolution (smaller version for laptops) and I love it - the MX Revolution is full size so it fits nicely to the hand. If it's anything like the VX, then it's likely just as great.

    Can't comment on wireless keyboards since I use a G15 myself.

    Why don't you go down to a Best Buy or something and touch the keyboards? Then just buy that model online.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SC-Daniel View Post
    Are the keys really flat? The keyboard looks really nice, but I just can't stand flat keys
    It has a really thin profile, but the keys aren't extremely flat like on my Macbook Pro. The pics don't do the bevel justice.
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    Logitech Cordless Desktop® LX 710 Laser (sorry can't post links yet) Used this for almost two years, just died. Got a wired set now though, whenever my phone rang withing five feet of my computer, the mouse and keyboard would shut off

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    im a big fan of logitech myself and have had to only get 1 more mouse within about 2 years, but the company is great and you should get their product line for keyboards, mice, headsets and anything else they make.
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    I have to agree that Logitech keyboards and mice tend to be the best right now.

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