Your Mouse And Keyboard?

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  1. xlink

    xlink GR's Tech Enthusiast

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    I'd always thought that the deathadder was an optical mouse.

    guess it's 'optical' in that it reads much like an optical mouse, but uses a diferent part of the electromagnetic spectrum. Isn't too far of a stretch since infra0red is adjacent to visible light on the spectrum

    Long Radio Micro Infrared visible ultraviolet xrays gamma
     
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    Yes, Infra-red in many respects is the same as Optical. I find it a perfect mid point between the Low sensitivity, but perfect accuracy of the Optical sensors, and the extreme sensitivity but quite poor accuracy of the laser mice.

    Also, Razer have recently released (or are about to release) an Infra-red revision of the popular Diamondback.
     
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    .ZERO Nigga wit a PSD

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    my LX710 package works well
     
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    Yeh, the MX 518 is a great mouse.
     
  7. travmanx

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    I went with the Razer Lachesis. I used my friends and it works perfectly :). Thanks fro all your help
     
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    the Mx518 has some nice features and higher dpi for its price
     
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    lol guess I chimed in to late

    good choice though
     
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    laptop touchpad and keyboard on laptop
     
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    logitech ftw

    i dont know what package/model# i have but its a wireless keyboard/mouse combo
     
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    i was just saying that cause its the cheapest one but ya all of the higher end tablets come with the mouse the one i want the bamboo just regular doesnt though
     
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    Right now I'm using a laptop with a cheap wireless mouse, but when I was using a desktop, I had a Razor/Microsoft Habu. It cost around $80 and it was complete crap. I don't know if it was just a defective mouse, but around 50% of the time when I clicked, it would double click instead. Extremely frustrating. I ended up using the Dell mouse that came with it, worked better than the Habu.
     

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