So many advice, I'll try to comment everything.mouser
1) I'll check mouse reviews. The candidates for solo wireless mouse are the Logitech LX5 (optical) and the LX7 (laser). Both are affordable, and work with batteries, which I can recharge, keeping a pair fully charged in case of emergency. Even then, I don't think I would have any problem. One of my friends have a Microsoft combination (1000 Series, I think), and he didn't recharge the batteries up to this day, and it's been some months since he bought it.
2) Yeah, but I was asking about wireless keyboards for the option of buying a wireless combination. I'll probably use the mouse from bed when I watch some movies, but I tried using wireless keyboards without a desk and it's not recommended
3) If I mix, I'll mix wireless mouse and wired keyboard. It's almost impossible to find solo wireless keyboards.
4) In a shop they sell the 2000 model. It's also ergonomic, but it doesn't have a palm rest, so I don't know if it'll be an option. In my city, it seems there some kind of ploy to sell Microsoft low-end products, so that's why this is the only offering from them I'm considering. The rest (700 and 1000 combinations, and standard keyboards) can't compete with Logitech and some of the high-end Genius products.kyrathaba
Avoiding cable mess is one of my pursues in life
. Standard keyboards are fine, but recently I started to have some minor pain in the arms and wrists, and a great one on the palms. Maybe I'm using the computer too much ("hell yeah!" would say my mother
), but I want to play safe. Thanks for the article!TucknDar
I would LOVE to buy that Logitech combination, but that's EXACTLY the only one they don't have at any shop. CRAP! They even have the whole diNovo line!app103
You know what? I didn't notice that bump 'til you mentioned it. It doesn't ache, but well, I would prefer not to have it there (although the one in the middle finger is QUITE worse
). And that's a strange mouse
To end this long post, apart from the two mentioned mouses and the Microsoft keyboard, I'm considering for buying all these products:
- Genius ErgoMedia 700 (keyboard only)
- Genius ErgoMedia R800 (wireless combination)
- Logitech Cordless Desktop LX710 Laser
- Logitech Cordless Desktop MX 3000 Laser
- Logitech Cordless Desktop MX 3200 Laser
- Logitech Cordless Desktop S 510
- Logitech Media Keyboard Elite
So, if you've tried one of these, tell me! And thanks for all comments!